Untold Stories of Migration

The International Day of the Migrant takes place on the 18 December. In the lead up join us for a uniqueopportunity to hear untold stories of people on the move that are overlooked in mainstream conversations. Time: 17:00-18:30

Improving the Responses to the Migration and Refugee Crisis in Europe

Vision Europe is a consortium of think tanks and foundations collaborating to address some of the most pressing public policy challenges facing Europe. Through research, publications and an annual summit, Vision Europe aims to be a forum for debate and a source of recommendations to improve evidence-based policy making at both a national and EU… Read more »

Take a stand in Europe for binational couples

The ECB network and les Amoureux au ban public invite you to participate to our Workshops on the theme Take a stand in Europe for binational couples” Saturday 1st 2016 from 15h30 to 21h30 taking place in Paris 19th arrondissement (metro Place des Fêtes & Télégraphe).LOVE HAS NO BORDERS: NGOs TAKE A STAND The growing… Read more »

International Conference: Free Trade and the Right to (Not) Migrate

Since the implementation of the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994 the destruction of local economies and livelihoods drove many Mexicans into migration, to look for jobs and get money to send back home to their impoverished families.Around the world, the forced implementation of trade liberalization, privatisation, and deregulation increased injustice and drove… Read more »

Study session: Active citizenship in the refugee crisis – local projects for the global exchange network

The aim of this session is to highlight a mutual contribution and underline the exchange of diverse practices and experiences between refugee organisations, exchange organisation, refugees, volunteers, professionals and beyond. Our aim is to encourage active citizenship and working together towards inclusion as a main purpose to ignite constructive collaborations and partnerships with a special… Read more »

Migration, Gender and Sexuality: Negotiating Health, Wellbeing and Belonging

Participation fee: freeThe aim of this seminar is to explore the intersections of gender, sexuality, migration and health and wellbeing. We see health and wellbeing as including experiences of physical and mental health, but also as related to wider understandings of security, belonging and rights. This seminar will feature presentations by researchers and practitioners who… Read more »

Are Open Borders the Way to Deal with the ‘Migration Crisis’?

How should we respond to the ‘migration crisis’ in Europe today? Most people who care about migrant rights believe that the response of European states is inhumane. But what alternative should we campaign for? Do we need a humanitarian approach? Or do we need something more radical? Come along and get involved in the discussion.… Read more »