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Trier, Volkshochschule (17 June until 14 July 2011)
Dortmund, Fachhochschule (31 May until 10 June 2011)
Luckenwalde, Kreishaus (9 until 27 May 2011)
Bielefeld, University (18 April until 5 May 2011)
Stuttgart, DGB-Haus (27 February until 12 March 2011)
Frankfurt am Main, Klapperfeld (5 until 24 February 2011)
Cologne, FliehKraft (11 until 21 January 2011)
Cottbus, IKMZ (8 until 21 November 2010)
Frankfurt/Oder (18 October until 4 November 2010)
Berlin, HdD (21 June until 2 July 2010)
Hannover (11 until  21 January 2010)
Potsdam (17 October until 14 November 2009)
Berlin (18 June until 5 July 2009)

Ehemaliges Polizeigefängnis Klapperfeld
Klapperfeldstraße 5
60313 Frankfurt/Main

Opening Hours
tue, thur: 17-20 Uhr
wed: 10-13 Uhr
sat, sun: 15-18 Uhr

Free entrance. Donations are welcome.

Pictures from the exhibition in Frankfurt am Main:



Events of the exhibition period at the Klapperfeld in Frankfurt am Main:

Link to the event programme (in German)

Saturday, 5 February 2011, 3 p.m.
Opening of the exhibition

Sunday, 6 February 2011, 7 p.m.
Rex Osa, activist from The Voice Refugee Forum, speaks about Repressions against refugees and asylum seekers in Germany, the necessity of resistance and the abolishment of racist laws as "Residenzpflicht".
www.thevoiceforum.org, www.residenzpflicht-apartheid.de

Wednesday, 9 February 2011, 7.30 p.m.
»The 'Residenzpflicht' – looking at inner German borders in a European context« Kasm Cesmedi gives at first a personal insight to "Residenzpflicht". He was threatened of deportation from 1992-2007, living as Rom from the former Yugoslavia in Germany.
He has worked a long time with and for Roma from the former Yugoslavia. In result he knows lots of examples, where Roma with "Duldung" have been criminalized by officials because they violated against "Residenzpflicht".
Kasm Cesmedi studies policy and economics, history and islamic studies. He works as a techer in the project »Berufliche Bildung, schulische Qualifikation und Erwerbstätigkeit« for Roma youngsters and teaches adults at the Förderverein Roma e.V. (www.foerdervereinroma.de) and has been active in the "Aktion 302" (www.aktion302.de).

Wednesday, 16 February 2011, 7 p.m.
»Asylum seekers fleeing through Europe - new developments in Dublin II«

presentation and discussion with Maria Bethke and Dominik Bender. Both are working as counsels for refugees.

Saturday, 19 February 2011, 8 p.m.
»Trip with no return – final destination airport Frankfurt«

Movie about the Sudanese refugee Aamir Ageeb, who was supposed to be deported in 1999 on bord of a Lufthansa airplane, who opposed and was suffocated by civil servants from German Border Police (BGS). The film maker will be there during the presentation. www.journeyofnoreturn.com

Wednesday, 23 February 2011, 8 p.m.
»'Residenzpflicht' and aliens law from the perspective of the person concerned«
Hassan Khateeb
, who takes an active part in the NGO Jugendliche ohne Grenzen (www.jogspace.net), talks about the nonsense of German aliens law. He lived with his family for 17 years with the so-called "Duldung" in Germany and under the steady meanace of deportation. Only in October 2010 they got the right of residence.

Thursday, 24 February 2011, 5 p.m. Finissage and 8 p.m.
»The European bordercontrol agency FRONTEX and the southern borders of the European Union«

presentation by Sebastian Schaurer & Fabian Wagner. In cooperation with the research project »Staatsprojekt Europa« (www.staatsprojekt-europa.eu)

You can download the flyer with event programme here or do the
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