In the organizer's words:
Many escape routes through the Middle East and Africa have Germany as their destination. Here there is supposed to be freedom, schooling and medical care free of charge: For people running for their lives or fleeing impoverishment, that's a big promise. Award-winning journalist Isabel Schayani reports on five tortuous routes to Germany and gives us deep insights into the precarious life in the no man's land between the borders and in the gray areas of asylum law. The focus of her eye-opening book is the big, urgent question of how we can organize flight and migration in a more humane way.
WITH Constanze Becker, Naika Foroutan, Isabel SchayaniMODERATION Jo SchückAM Nov. 6, 8 p.m. NEUES HAUS
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