Kategorie-Archiv: Aktionswoche 2016

Aktionswoche “Gedenken & Widerstand” 29.10. – 06.11.2016

05.11.16 Conférence internationale Mémoire et Résistance

Lieu: Centre culturel de jeunesse de Pumpe (Jugendkulturzentrum Pumpe) Quartier “Schöneberg”, Berlin, Lützowstraße 42, 10785

11h30 – 13h30 Panel 1 “La Mémoire comme Résistance”

Rosita Grönfors, Ramskakvinnofurum, Suède
Le Centre International des Femmes du voyage et Romnja (International Romnja and Travelling Women’s Center) a été fondé en 2003. Rosita Grönfors est la directrice de cette organisation qui travaille avec des femmes exposées à des menaces, violences et autres formes d’oppression. En 2013, une banque d’informations tenue par la police suédoise contenant des renseignements sur plus de 4000 personnes Romes a été découverte.

Farid, Urgence Notre Police Assassine (Help! Our Police Murders), France
Le collectif “Urgence Notre Police Assassine ” est un réseau de familles ayant perdu un membre suite à une bavure policière. Comprennant qu’elles devaient assurer elles mêmes leur propre défense, elles ont décidé de “ne jamais laisser tomber, car sans justice, nous serons nous-même les juré.es, et ils n’auront jamais la paix.”

Hanım Tosun, Mères du Samedi (Cumartesi Anneleri), Istanbul
Depuis 1995, les “Mères du Samedi” se retrouvent à Istanbul pour commémorer leurs fils et maris disparus. Hanım Tosun, dont le mari a disparu en prison en 1995, parle de sa longue lutte contre la disparition et l’oubli, et de l’histoire d’un impressionnant mouvement de mémoire et de résistance.

Initiative Lân and Châu, Hambourg
L’initiative en mémoire de Nguyễn Ngọc Châu und Ðỗ Anh Lân commémore la mort de deux personnes ayant trouvé refuge à Hambourg en 1980 en tant que “boat peuple” venues du Viet Nam. Elles furent assassinées le 22 août 1980 lors de l’incendie criminel d’un foyer de réfugié.es par des fascistes. A la suite de discussions lancées par le dévoilement du réseau du NSU, des survivant.es, ami.es et activistes ont formé un groupe afin de créer un espace publique de mémoire et de commémoration.

Moderation: Anja Soon-Hyun Michaelsen, conférencière en études culturelles et médiatiques, enseigne les cultural studies, les Critical Ethnic Studies ainsi que les Gender and Queer Studies à l’université de Bochum, Ruhr.

Ateliers – 15h à 17h

Atelier 1 – Ibrahim Arslan et Osman Taşköprü: Les victimes ne sont pas des spectatrices – Elles sont les principaux témoins des événements

Atelier 2 – Rosita Grönfors et Kenana Emini (Réseau antidiscrimination des Roms “Roma Antidiscrimination Network” et “Everyone stays!” —”Tout le monde reste!”): Mémoire et mise en garde – Apprendre du passé et agir au présent

Atelier 3 – Anja Soon-Hyun Michaelsen et Lan and Chau Initiative: La (Im) possibilité de la peine dans le travail politique

Atelier 4 – Urgence! Notre Police assassine, campagne pour les victimes de violences policières racistes, Initiative Oury Jalloh: Routine quotidienne de la violence raciste dans les deux États les plus puissants de l’UE (France et Allemagne)

Atelier 5 – Hanım Tosun, Mères du Samedi: La Quète de la Vérité

17h15 à 20h Panel 2 “5 ans dans le passé, 5 années de Malhonnêteté : Mémoire et Lutte”

Osman Taşköprü, frère de Süleyman Taşköprü, assassiné par le NSU en 2001
Né en Turquie, il a vécu à Hambourg depuis sa première année. Vitrier de profession, passionné de football. Pendant dix ans, la police et “les gens” pensaient que la famille était responsable de la mort de Süleyman.

Abbas Doğan, Alliance “Day of Solidarity” (Journée de Solidarité)
Fondée après le dévoilement du NSU, l’alliance organise un événement de commémoration chaque année en mémoire de Mehmet Kubaşık et des autres victimes des crimes du NSU.

Ibrahim Arslan, survivant de l’incendie criminel de Mölln en 1992
Le jeune garçon qui a survécu à l’incendie est devenu un homme. Allemand d’origine turque qui déclare franchement être une victime de violences d’extrême droite demandant justice. Ibrahim Arslan avait 7 ans lorsque la maison de sa famille à Mölln a été incendiée par des cocktails molotov par Michael Peters et Lars Christiansen. “Ce renversement des perspectives du coupable et de la victime n’est pas une création de la terreur du NSU” dit Ibrahim Arslan. C’est un “réflex” social qui se manifeste souvent à la suite d’attaques à motifs fascistes.

Abdullah Özkan, survivant et membre de l’Initiative Keupstraße ist Überall (Initiative Keupstrasse partout)
Abdullah Özkan se tenait sur le pas de la porte lorsque la bombe artisanale explosait dans le salon de coiffure de la rue Keupstrasse. Le jour de l’attaque, il revenait d’un séjour à l’hôpital et pensait récupérer ses affaires dans sa voiture garée dans la rie Keupstrasse. Il est alors arrêté par la police et interrogé pendant presque 7 heures. sans que cela ne s’arrête à un interrogatoire, il fut ensuite traité comme l’un des malfaiteurs pendant les 7 prochaines années.

Modération : Nuran Yiğit

05.11.16 International Conference Remembrance and Resistance

Location: Pumpe Youth Cultural Center (Jugendkulturzentrum Pumpe) in the Schöneberg District of Berlin, Lützowstraße 42, 10785

11:30 am – 1:30 pm: Panel 1 “Remembrance as Resistance”

Rosita Grönfors, Ramskakvinnofurum, Sweden
In 2003 the International Romnja and Travelling Women’s Center was founded. Rosita Grönfors is the director of the organization that works with women who are exposed to threats, violence, or other forms of oppression. In 2013 it was discovered that the Swedish police was keeping a database with information on over 4,000 Roma.

Farid, Urgence Notre Police Assassine (Help! Our Police Murder), France
The collective „Help! Our Police Murder“ is a network of families who have lost a member because of being unjustly killed by the police. They have realized that they are their own best attorneys and have decided that “We will never give up because without justice, we will be the jury and they will never have peace.“

Hanım Tosun, Saturday Mothers (Cumartesi Anneleri), Istanbul
Since 1995 the so-called Saturday mothers have been meeting in Istanbul to commemorate their disappeared sons and husbands. Hanım Tosun, whose husband disappeared during imprisonment in 1995, talks about her long struggle against disappearing and forgetting – and the history of an impressive movment of remembrance and resistance.

Lân and Châu Initiative, Hamburg
The Initiative to Remember Nguyễn Ngọc Châu und Ðỗ Anh Lân commemorates two people who sought refuge in Hamburg in 1980 as boat people from Vietnam. They were murdered on August 22, 1980 in an arson attack on a dormitory for refugees by rightwing extremists. In the wake of discussions set off by the discovery of the NSU, survivors, friends, activists formed a group to create space for public remembrance and commemoration.

Moderation: Anja Soon-Hyun Michaelsen, Lecturer in Cultural and Media Studies, teaches cultural studies, Critical Ethnic Studies and Gender and Queer Studies at the Ruhr University in Bochum.

Workshops 3 pm to 5 pm

Workshop Ibrahim Arslan and Osman Taşköprü: Victims Are Not Bystanders—They Are the Main Witnesses of the Events

Workshop 2 Rosita Grönfors and Kenana Emini(Roma Antidiscrimination Network and Everyone Stays!): Remembrance and Warning – Learn from the Past and Act in the Present

Workshop 3 Anja Soon-Hyun Michaelsen and Lan and Chau Initiative: The (Im)possibilit of Grieving in Political Work

Workshop 4 Help! Our Police Murder, Campaign for Victims of Racist Police Violence, Initiative Oury Jalloh: The Daily Routine of Racist Police Violence in the Two Most Powerful EU States (France and Germany)

Workshop 5 Hanım Tosun, Saturday Mothers: The Search for Truth

Panel 2 5:15 pm – 8 pm Five Years of the Past, Five Years of Dishonesty: Remembrance and Struggle

Osman Taşköprü, Brother of Süleyman Taşköprü, murdered by the NSU in 2001
Was born in Turkey and has lived in Hamburg since he was one year old. A professional glass installer, his hobby is football. For ten years police and “the people” believed the family was responsible for Süleyman’s death.

Abbas Doğan, Alliance “Day of Solidarity”
Was founded after the discovery of the NSU and organizes a remembrance event every year to commemorate Mehmet Kubaşık and the other victims of the NSU crimes.

Ibrahim Arslan, survivor of the arson attack in Mölln in 1992
The young boy who survived is a man today. A German of Turkish background who does not make any bones about being a vicitim of rightwing violence and demanding redress. Ibrahim Arslan was seven years old when the house of his family in Mölln was set on fire with Molotov cocktails by arsonists Michael Peters and Lars Christiansen. “This reversal of the perspectives of the perpetrator and vicitm was not discovered by the NSU terror,” says Ibrahim Arslan. It is a societal “reflex” that often manifests itself after rightwing-motivated attacks.

Abdullah Özkan, Survivor and Initiative Keupstraße ist Überall (Keup Street Is Everywhere Initiative)
Abdullah Özkan stood at the door as the nail bomb exploded in the hair salon in Keup street.
As he came out of the hospital on the day of the attack and tried to pick up his car at Keup street, he was picked up by the police and interrogated for almost seven hours. It did not stop with the interrogation; he was treated like a perpetrator for the next seven years.

Moderation: Nuran Yiğit (invited)

05.11. Uluslararası Konferans “Anma ve direniş“

5 Kasım 2016, Saat 11-20, Jugendkulturzentrum Pumpe Schöneberg, Lützowstr. 42, 10785 Berlin

11.30 – 13.30 Panel 1 “Bir Direniş Biçimi Olarak Anma”

Rosita Grönfors, Romskakvinnoforum, İsveç
2003’te kurulan uluslararası Roman Kadınlar Forum başkanı olan Rosita Grönfors, baskı, tehdit ve şiddete maruz kalan kadınlarla birlikte çalışıyor. 2013 yılında İsveç Polis kayıtlarında 4.000’den fazla Romanın olduğu açığa çıktı.

Farid, Urgence Notre Police Assassine, Fransa
„Urgence notre police assassine!“ Kolektifi (Yardım edin, bizim polisimiz öldürüyor!) polis tarafından haksız yere öldürülen insanların ailelerinin oluşturduğu bir ağ.

Hanım Tosun, Cumartesi Anneleri, Türkiye
1995 yılından bu yana Cumartesi Anneleri İstanbul’da toplanıyor ve kaybedilen oğullarını ve eşlerini anıp, onların nerede olduklarını soruyor. Hanım Tosun 1995 yılında gözaltında kaybedilen eşi için kaybolma ve unutmaya karşı yıllardır verdiği mücadeleyi anlatıyor.

Lân und Châu İnisiyatifi, Hamburg
1980’de Vietnam’dan Hamburg’a gelen (Boat People) ve 22 Ağustos 1980’de aşırı sağcılar tarafından çıkarılan yangında kaldıkları mülteci barınağında hayatını kaybeden Nguyễn Ngọc Châu ve Ðỗ Anh Lân anısına kuruldu. 2012 yılından bu yana kamusal anma ve hatırlamayı tekrardan mümkün kılmaya çalışan inisiyatif, NSU suçlarının açığa çıkmasından sonra 1980 saldırısından sağ kurtulanlar, arkadaşları ve aktivistlerin bir araya gelmesiyle oluştu.

Moderasyon: Anja Soon-Hyun Michaelsen, Medya ve Kültürel Çalışmalar, Ruhr Universitesi Bochum

15:00- 17:00 Workshop

Workshop 1 İbrahim Arslan ve Osman Taşköprü: Kurbanlar istatistik değil, yaşananların asıl tanığıdır

Workshop 2 Rosita Grönfors ve Kenana Emini (Roma Antidiscrimination Network ve Alle Bleiben!): Anma ve Hatırla(t)ma. Geçmişten öğren & Bugünden harekete geç

Workshop 3 Anja Soon-Hyun Michaelsen ve Lân und Châu İnisiyatifi: Politik çalışmalar içinde yas tutmanın olanak(sızlık)ları

Workshop 4 Urgence Notre Police Assasine & Kampagne für Opfer rassistischer Polizeigewalt (Irkçı polis şiddeti mağdurları için kampanya); Initiative Oury Jalloh: İki AB ülkesinde günlük yaşanan ırkçı polis şiddeti: Fransa ve Almanya

Workshop 5 Hanım Tosun, Cumartesi Annesi: Gerçeği Arayış

17.15-20.00 Panel 2 “Beş yıllık geçmiş, beş yıllık yalanlar: Anma ve Mücadele”

Osman Taşköprü, 2001 yılında NSU tarafından öldürülen Süleyman Taşköprü’nün kardeşi.

Abbas Doğan, Bündnis „Tag der Solidarität“ (Dayanışma Günü Birliği) Dortmund’da NSU örgütünce öldürülen Mehmet Kubaşık ve diğer kurbanları anmak için her yıl anma yürüyüşü düzenliyor.

İbrahim Arslan, Mölln 1992 yangını mağduru
23 Kasım 1992’de İbrahim evleri ateşe verildiğinde yedi yaşında bir çocuktu, hayatta kaldı ve şimdi o yetişkin bir erkek. Türkiye kökenli bir Alman, sağ şiddet mağduru olan İbrahim suskun kalmıyor ve taleplerini dile getiriyor.

Abdullah Özkan, Mağdur & Keupstraße ist überall İnisiyatifi
2004’te Köln Keupstrasse’de bir kuaförün önünde çivili bomba patladığında Abdullah Özkan kapıda duruyordu. Saldırı akşamı hastaneden çıkıp Keupstrasse’deki arabasını almaya geldiğinde polisler tarafından götürüldü ve yaklaşık yedi saat ifadesi alındı. Sadece bir defalığına mahsus kalmadı ve yedi yıl boyunca mağdurlar tıpkı bir suçlu muamelesi gördüler.

Moderasyon: Nuran Yiğit