Relief actions for people on the run: In Šid, Subotica, Belgrade, Idomeni und Northern France. Moreover documentation of police violence against refugees at the serbo-croatian border.
Action – Reaction – Effect

Action – Reaction – Effect… This is our hope for our commitment to the “Border Violence” project. Since the spring of 2017, we have been trying to document as many cases of human rights violations at the EU’s external borders as possible. Interviews with victims of police violence, photos of the resulting injuries and audio […]

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(NO) HUMAN RIGHTS DAY AT EXTERNAL EU BORDERS – Rigardu releases evidence of systematic police violence against refugees

On the occasion of Human Rights day on the 10th of December, German organization Rigardu is releasing an extensive report of illegal push-backs and police violence against refugees and migrants at the borders of the European Union with Serbia: www.borderviolence.eu. « One of us, a 13-year old boy couldn’t stop crying because of the gas […]

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Rigardu is moving on: bye bye Šid – hello again, Subotica!

Since mid-April 2017, we of Rigardu are working in Šid on the Serbo-Croatian Border. The reason for our move to Šid (from Subotica, where we were active before) was the increasing distress of refugees, which sleep unsheltered in the fields around the city and scarcely receive any stateside aid. Furthermore, the camp in Subotica had […]

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