The Federal Government of Germany is preparing a new law, which to set criteria for selecting from around 60,000 family members of refugees with subsidiary protection the 12,000 per year who will be allowed to enter as „humanitarian cases“.
How can there be fair criteria for this?
The families of refugees with subsidiary protection live in war zones or in inhumane conditions in transit camps or on the street. Whether in Syria, Lebanon, Turkey or Jordan – a normal life is nowhere possible for them.
Who of them should not be a „humanitarian case“?
This law is intended to divide us by making visa procedures into a contest and bringing those affected into direct competition with each other. We will not allow that. We will fight together until all our families are here.
Human rights must not depend on quotas!
Together we will protest on the 15th of May 2018, the International Day of Families, at 16:00 in Berlin. You are all welcome to help us! Come in great numbers!