Human Rights Tribunal on the Right to Health
A coalition of human rights organizations and individuals will host a public opinion tribunal on October 23-25, 2020, in Berlin
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In order to organize participation in the hearing of the PPT in the Refugio in Berlin and in view of the space restrictions, everyone is asked to register at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let them know your preferred time slot and state how you relate to the tribunal and why you are interested in participating.
There is a growing atmosphere of resentment directed at migrants and refugees: Asylum laws are being tightened, the European Union (EU) continuously attempts to seal external borders. Sick, traumatised or pregnant people are frequently deported.Many refugees experience ever stricter asylum laws and racial discrimination, even from medical personnel, leading to a denial of their right to healthcare. These violations of the human right to health endanger these vulnerable people unacceptably.
- Access to health care
- Consequences of living standards in mass accommodation on mental and physical health
- Residence status, deportation and health
- Criminalisation civil humanitarian assistance
- Germany‘s responsibility regarding the European policy of sealing external borders
Racism, gender and age specific aspects are cross sectional topics throughout the indictment.
Alliance partners already involved:
Women in Exile e.V., Yaar e.V., Respect, International Women*Space, Ärzte der Welt e.V., borderline-europe – Menschenrechte ohne Grenzen e.V., BAfF e.V. – Bundesweite Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Psychosozialen Zentren für Flüchtlinge und Folteropfer, Deutsche Aidshilfe e.V., InEUmanity, IPPNW e.V., Medibüro Berlin, Flüchtlingsrat Brandenburg, vdää, medico international e.V.