Wer kommt mit?

Am 29.9. wird es in Hamburg eine große bunte antirassistische Parade geben. Für eine Solidarität ohne Grenzen und für gleiche Rechte für Alle! Auch aus Wiesbaden wird ein Bus fahren. Der Bus wird in der Nacht von Freitag (28.09.2018) auf Samstag (29.09.2018) um 00:30 Uhr losfahren. Treffpunkt ist das Kulturzentrum Schlachthof (Murnaustr. 1, 65189 Wiesbaden). Zurück geht es am Samstag nach der Demo.

Bus Tickets kosten 10 bis 40 Euro. Du zahlst, soviel du kannst.

Infos zur Parade: www.welcome-united.org

In more detail (in English):

We’ll come united!
September 29th 2018
Anti-racist Parade in Hamburg

Bus Wiesbaden – Hamburg – Wiesbaden

We are many more than we guess. We want to tell our stories – stories of flight and deprivation of rights, authorities and racism, welcoming and staying.

We´ll come united: For politics of solidarity. Together for all – on September 29th in Hamburg!

The demonstration will start on September 29th, 12:00 o'clock in the center of Hamburg (Rathausmarkt).

The parade will consist of different thematic wagons: against deportations, for the right to education for all, Solidarity Cities and much more. There will be speeches, stories, music and everything you bring as pictures and symbols with you. The only things we want to leave at home on this day are national flags: it will be all about equal rights for everyone, no matter where we are from!

How will we go to Hamburg:  Bus Wiesbaden – Hamburg Wiesbaden

From Wiesbaden, a bus will travel to Hamburg. As the route to Hamburg is long, we will leave in the night from Friday 28th to Saturday 29th September: Departure time is 00:30 in the night.

After arriving in Hamburg, we will go straight to the starting point of the demonstration. In the evening we return from the place of the final manifestation to our sleeping place. The next morning we will travel back to Wiesbaden all together.

Meeting point Wiesbaden:
Friday, 28th September 2018
at 22:00 Schlachthof Wiesbaden

Our Contact: 0176 - 58 12 13 10 (whatsapp or sms)
or by email: wu-wi@lists.riseup.net


  • Place of Departure

The buses will start close to Schlachthof,
Murnaustr.1, 65189 Wiesbaden (near central station)

We will meet at 22:00 to share last information on the events of the 29th in Hamburg, make last preparations and get together.


  • Tickets

The Bus tickets are available for 10 Euro - Wiesbaden-Hamburg-Wiesbaden. But you are welcome to pay more, if you can.

If you want to buy a ticket and to register for the bus, please contact us:

via phone: 0176 - 58 12 13 10 (whatsapp or sms)
or email: wu-wi@lists.riseup.net

Legal information for the demonstration on September 29th

Please take with you:

  • your identity document
  • something to drink and eat
  • medicines (if you take medication on a regular basis)

In Germany everybody is allowed to attend a demonstration. It is completely legal and will not affect the outcome of your asylum procedure.

However it is possible that the police will check the ID cards of persons at the demonstration. Therefore you should definitely carry your ID-documents (for example Aufenthaltsgestattung, BüMA, Duldung, Aufenthaltserlaubnis).

Probably there won´t be any problems with the police at the demo. Nevertheless a phone number will be distributed in the buses. There you can call if you unexpectedly have a problem with police during the demonstration. Then you can speak with a lawyer. But we think, that there won´t be any problems.

Can everyone go to Hamburg?

Most of the refugees are allowed to move freely in whole Germany. They can travel everywhere. If you only go for two days to attend the demonstration, you don’t have to inform the Ausländerbehörde.

But some refugees have a Residenzplicht (residence obligation). That means that they have to stay in the federal state where they are living, or in the town or the district where they live. They are not allowed to travel everywhere in Germany.

  • Residenzpflicht affects all refugees in the first three months in Germany.
  • Residenzpflicht affects all persons who still live in the first reception camps.
  • Residenzpflicht affects some persons shortly before a deportation.
  • Residenzpflicht affects also some persons who had problems with the police.
  • Or problems with Ausländerbehörde.

The Ausländerbehörde writes in the personal document of those persons that they are not allowed to move freely in Germany and to travel everywhere. In case of Residenzpflicht in your document is  written: Räumliche Beschränkung.

Who has a residence obligation and wants to join the demonstration in Berlin, please ask us for advice and we will discuss your personal situation.