Signal – Kirjoituksia vapaasta liikkuvuudesta on kaksikielinen siirtolaisuutta käsittelevä lehti, jota julkaisee VapaaLiikkuvuus -verkosto. Julkaisu on interventio suomalaisiin turvapaikkapolitiikkaa ja siirtolaisuutta koskeviin keskusteluihin. Se toimii kanavana kriittisille äänille, aktivistiselle tiedolle ja taiteellisille näkökulmille, jotka muuten pääsevät täällä harvoin julki.

 

Signal – Writings on the Freedom of Movement is a bilingual publication on migration issues published by the Free Movement Network. The magazine is conceived as an intervention in the Finnish debates on asylum and migration. It creates a platform for critical voices, activist knowledge production and artistic perspectives which in this country have few outlets.

Lieke Wissink
Legalising deportations in Belgium
The Hungarian Helsinki Committee
Hungarian government marks world refugee day by passing law to jail helpers
A. Svobodovn
The Röszke 11 Show Trials in Hungary
A Statement by the Refugees in Ellwangen
What happened in Ellwangen?
Ahmed Zaidan
The Farewell shower
Suva
Identity—a Human Crisis
Ahmed Zaidan
Three Poems
Anonymous
Anti-Raids: Sabotaging Border Enforcement in London
Abdi Hakin Diriye-Nuur
It is my freedom to take pictures
Aino Korvensyrjä
Activist Perspectives on the “Made in Germany” Culture of Deportation
Annastiina Kallius and Aiski Ryökäs
The “Closure” of the Balkan Route and Hungary After the Summer of Migration
Kati Pietarinen
The Mediterranean Alarm Phone
Madjiguène Cissé
The Sans-Papiers – A Woman Draws the First Lessons
Zuzanna Gawron
How to Talk When No One Wants to Listen?

مناشدة من طالبي اللجوء العراقيين في فنلندا للشعب و الحكومة الفنلندية
Saara Pellander
Restricting Family Reunification Interferes with the Right to Family Life
Freedom of Movement Network
Residence Permit for Studies in Finland
Markus Himanen
What Happens To Asylum Seekers Who Get A Negative Decision?
Hassan Blasim
Ali’s Bag
Bob Beagrie
My Street
Aino Korvensyrjä
Disagreement in the Heart of Europe – On the Self-Organized Refugee Movement in Germany
Aino Korvensyrjä & Salomon Wantchoucou
Ninety-Five Theses from Wittenberg – a Skype-interview with Salomon Wantchoucou
Aino Korvensyrjä
Translator’s note: What Do We Owe to the Sans-papiers Movement?
MigSzol
Welcome to Hungary, welcome to Europe
Aino Korvensyrjä & Maman Salissou Oumarou
Amsterdam – Accra

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