Friday 19 April 2024
freedom issue
de Niemanders
gazette

The search for stories continues. This time in refugee asylums across the country.

news

Families in Leeuwarden Camp Demand Expedited Asylum Procedures

By Mohamad Eid A group of families among the asylum seekers residing in LEEUWARDEN Camp in northern Netherlands have urged the local authorities to assist in expediting their asylum procedures, which have exceeded more than a year, as they continue to wait for the IND (Immigration and Naturalization Service) to schedule their second interview. They […]

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Abu Omar’s Remarkable Journey from Turkey to the Netherlands

By Mohamad Eid Amsterdam (Camp Hovegen) – This is the story of Abu Omar, a 22-year-old Syrian who embarked on an extraordinary journey from Turkey to the Netherlands, facing numerous challenges and hardships along the way. Abu Omar’s journey sheds light on the perilous paths and obstacles that countless asylum seekers navigate in their quest […]

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The creators of De Niemanders Gazette meet for the first time

β€œThis is the genesis!” We are in a room of Rozet, the Arnhem library. Just over twenty people in a circle. They come from Grave, from Nijmegen, Zutphen, Balk, Leeuwarden, Assen and even all the way from Goes. That is to say, they actually come from much further away. Yemen. Egypt. Russia, Syria, Turkey, Kurdistan, […]

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Facing Adversity as a Journalist in Turkey

“Being a journalist in the southeastern region of Turkey is challenging and risky. It becomes almost impossible to do your job.” The story of YΔ±lmaz YΔ±lmaz is a journalist from Turkey who worked for various media outlets, including newspapers, TV channels, and news agencies. Despite facing challenges and risks as a dissident journalist in Southeast […]

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