Migreurop organised on 19 April 2023 a public webinar to analyse the ongoing EU reforms on migration and asylum, and their impacts along the exile routes. This webinar was organised in collaboration with La Cimade, Ciré, CNCD-11.11.11 and Statewatch. The first part of the webinar aims to update information on current EU reforms, including the European Pact on Asylum and Migration (see here Migreurop’s position paper on the subject) and the reform of the Schengen Borders Code. The second part (...)
Migreurop raises awareness in civil society by making its analyses known, through the organization of different types of initiatives: mobilisations in favour of the exiles’ rights, awareness-raising campaigns by its members or partners, conferences, social forums, festivals, films and debates, MBB exhibition etc.
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Tunisia is neither a safe country of origin nor a place of safety for those rescued at sea
Joint Statement by Civil Search And Rescue Organizations and migrants solidarity networks
We, the undersigned organisations, issue this statement to remind once again that Tunisia is neither a safe country of origin nor a safe third country. Therefore, it cannot be considered as a place of safety for people rescued at sea. Given the Tunisian ongoing authoritarian state transformation and the extreme violence and persecution of the Black population in Tunisia, as well as of people on the move, political opponents and civil society actors, we urge authorities of the European (...)
Public Webinar (19/04): Analysis of current EU reforms and their impacts along the exile route
Migreurop, in collaboration with La Cimade, Ciré, CNCD-11.11.11 and Statewatch invites you to its public webinar (FR/EN) on 19/04/2023.
Part 1: Current European reforms on migration and asylum: state of play and main issues
9.30: Introduction (Yasha Maccanico, Statewatch and co-chair of Migreurop - EN)
9.45: The European Pact on Migration and Asylum: where do we stand? (Steve Peers, Professor of EU Law & Human Rights Law, Uni of Essex - EN)
10.00: The reform (...)
6th February 2023 - MIGRATION IS A RIGHT!
A Global Day of Struggle against the regime of death at our borders and to demand truth, justice and reparations for migration victims and their families
We are relatives and friends of people who died, have gone missing and/or are victims of enforced disappearances along the land or sea borders of Europe, Africa and America.
We are people who survived an attempt to cross borders in search of a better future. We are solidary citizens who help migrants during their journeys by providing medical aid, food and clothing and by supporting them in dangerous situations so that their journeys can end safely.
We are activists who have collected the (...)
The criminalisation of solidarity, focus on migrants in solidarity
Public webinar organised by Migreurop
On December 9, 2022, Migreurop organised a webinar on criminalisation of solidarity with a focus on migrants in solidarity. While the issue of the crime of solidarity is now increasingly highlighted within Euro-African civil societies, little is said about the criminalisation of migrants in solidarity with their own cause, yet prosecuted for much more serious offences and sentenced to much heavier prison terms.
Presentation of the webinar: Claudia Charles, Gisti