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Título: Refugees tell a different Berlin story
Archivo: Descargar documento de la noticia  
País Fuente: Estados Unidos
Fuente: The New York Times
Autor: Will Coldwell
Fecha de Publicación: 28/11/2015
Género textual: Noticia
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País de los Hechos: Alemania
Localidad de los Hechos: Berlin
Impacto: Nacional
Ruta: Resto del mundo - Berlín
Documento Relacionado: migración africana / migración siria / desplazamiento por violencia o conflicto bélico
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  • Marco Jurídico: Disposiciones constitucionales
  • Aplicación de la Política Migratoria: Protección grupos vulnerables
  • Derechos Humanos: Defensa
Síntesis de la Noticia: On a chilly winter’s day in Berlin, it’s hard to imagine how Oranienplatz looked 18 months ago. From October 2012 to April 2014, the tree-lined square in Kreuzberg was the heartland of the German refugee movement, occupied by refugees and activists in protest at the state’s asylum policy. Now it’s gone back to being a largely unassuming urban space, but for those who lived there in that time, the square still holds significant meaning. “It’s beautiful,” says Mohamed, a Sudanese refugee who arrived in Europe four years ago. “And it was the place where we had people we could meet and communicate with.” His story forms part of the Refugee Voices tour, a new initiative giving visitors and Berlin residents the chance to hear first-hand the experiences of refugees. The tour, launched last month, is a collaboration between local guide and refugee activist Lorna Cannon, Mohamed and fellow refugee Moha. They hope that by next spring they will have more refugees involved. A Syrian-led tour about coming to Germany is also being planned.

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