Football People weeks

The campaign aims to get 100,000 people to take part from grassroots groups, football clubs and associations, NGOs, ethnic minority organisations, LGBTIQ fan groups, and more, and to be part of a social movement focused on tackling discrimination or promoting social inclusion in and through football. Support of up to €500 is available for grassroots… Read more »

Global Conference on Children on the Move

The conference provided a space for diverse stakeholders – including representatives from governments, civil society, multilateral institutions and the private sector – to discuss and advocate for a strong global strategy on protecting the rights of child refugees and migrants and other children affected by migration.

No one is illegal!

demonstration against the policies of Fortress Europe, with the participation of more than 650 organizations and the “No one is illegal” network

Webinar: Qualified to Work: Tapping the Skills and Experience of Internationally-Trained Immigrants

Internationally-trained immigrants face barriers to employment when their qualifications, skills, and experience are not recognized. Can we afford to put valuable new sources of talent and social capital at risk?Join us to learn about initiatives in Montreal (Canada) and Augsburg (Germany) that recognize the value of immigrant talent and maximize the opportunities for internationally trained… Read more »

Winter University for Security Studies

This Winter University provides a unique opportunity for university and college students to study the role, structure and activities of NATO and other security organizations, as well as the military, political – security, and economic issues facing the Alliance. Through this WU, students gain a better and clearer understanding of the capabilities and constraints that… Read more »

Borderland – An Interactive Exhibition

On the 10th of December, during Human Rights Day, the NGO – International Young Nature Friends, in collaboration with relentless activists from Macedonia, is pleased to present the opening event of the Borderland: An Interactive Exhibition”. The dramatic life conditions of Refugees in Macedonia will be reflected through photographs, artworks, installations. Participation fee: FreeTime: 20:00″

Webinar of the ELSA Day Campaign

How can states manage migration flows whilst respecting human rights? What protection does the European Convention on Human Rights offer migrants? Is there a proper balance to be struck between state sovereignty and human rights? Can international co-operation ensure socio-economic protection of migrants? How does the Dublin system rate as a response to the migration… Read more »

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 »