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Karim, Ibrahim, Jibril: who are the victims of the security decree

the ROME - This is the story of Hamed, Karim and Jibril and the other 80 thousand migrants as they made invisible by the decrees of the security. The history

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Karim, Ibrahim, Jibril: who are the victims of the security decree
the ROME - This is the story of Hamed, Karim and Jibril and the other 80 thousand migrants as they made invisible by the decrees of the security. The history of those who arrived in Italy fleeing from their own Countries, they have obtained a residence permit for humanitarian reasons, began a path of insertion, and now find themselves suddenly on the street and “outside the law”. Collecting their stories is Amnesty International, which denounces the effects of the cancellation of the humanitarian protection and the reduction of the system of reception.

Hamed. Hamed, 39-year-old born in Ghana, lives in Castel Volturno, is blind and needs daily assistance. So far it's been helped by the operators of the Sprar local. The request for renewal of the permit of stay for humanitarian reasons was rejected because of the security decree. For this, by June 2020 Hamed will have to leave the Sprar and do without the assistance. You'll end up lacking the income necessary to his sustenance, health care and without a home in which to live. "I feel helpless and lost. I'm soon in the middle of the road and not seeing anything are finished, if I can't find anyone to help me. I am afraid not to do it. I don't understand why in the me strokes as well. Are blind, I take off the protection, I slam in the middle of the road. How do I live? How do I sleep, eat and with my needs? Who takes care of me, considering that I can not do it?"

Karim . Twenty-two years old, a native of Nigeria, resident in the province of Rieti, Karim spoke to Amnesty International as soon as he arrived in Italy he was granted permission to stay for humanitarian reasons. "It just seemed like the end of a nightmare. I ran away from the poverty and terrorists in my Country, I had lived the torture of libyan, but finally I was in a Country that saw me, he recognized and believed me. Was born the hope of living a happy life." In the meantime, he was diagnosed with glaucoma at terminal stage. "It was the hospital of my town to realize it. So began another ordeal. First, no one had imagined that that could have. I had yes for a residence permit, but the doctors told me that I was losing the view. Now we see it almost over and I don't see future for me. I seem to be born evil. I arrived in Italy without documents. Then I had an humanitarian and I started to lose the view. Now, the Italian government has taken away the humanitarian and are become blind, without home and without work. How do I live like this?". November 2019 is taken in charge by some of the volunteers, and from the same nigerian community locally, who try to support him in his health care needs. "Without them, I would be dead already. My fellow-countrymen, and some Italian guys to help me to survive. Otherwise for me there would be no hope".

Jibril. In Cameroon Jibril has left the 8 year old daughter. Arriving in Italy take a journey of over six months and runs through nine countries, including Libya, where it is forced imprisonment and forced labor. In 2016, you can get in Italy. "In 2017, I get the diploma at the provincial Center for the education of adults. I started finally to feel at home and live the Italy as my new Country in which to take root. I was also going to become an Italian citizen". Towards the end of the same year, are recognized as the humanitarian reasons, and ends the path of acceptance. Jibril is a regular on the national territory, but without the housing. So he went to Bologna, where access to the dormitories of the area and oriented between the social services. "I was in trouble because I didn't have a house, but I felt I was no longer transparent and no longer in danger." She works as a domestic employee, operator, ecological, worker, and valet parking. In 2019 fails to obtain a permanent contract as a domestic worker. "It was the culmination of a dream. Just signed that contract I felt like I live another life". In mid-2019 Jibril expires, the permit of stay and, in time, he went to the office to ask for instructions on renewal. "I felt safe. I had everything: regular worker, a paycheck, a contract of rent, I lived in a town or city that told me the most welcoming in Italy, I had never committed any crimes. I thought the renewal was a formality. Instead, I had not made the accounts with the Decree yet. When they told me that by law, the humanitarian law no longer existed, I realized that for me began with them and that my dream laboriously conquered was about to collapse".

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