The UNITED List of Refugee Deaths counting 34,361 deaths which are a direct result of the fatal policies of Fortress Europe has been published by Il Manifesto journal in Italy today, drawing attention to the controversial migration policies of the Italian government.
The Hungarian government passed the anti-immigrant “Stop Soros” law package that criminalizes assistance to migrants and refugees on 20 June, on the International Refugee Day.
Members of a far-right group proudly filmed themselves destroying a Roma camp in Kiev– marking the second such attack by militant nationalists against Roma living in Ukraine’s capital in the past two months.
The third day of the conference began with the keynote speech of Balint Josa, Programme Coordinator of UNITED on the cultural aspects of migrant integration.
The ‘Building Shared Space – Best Practices in Integration’ UNITED conference takes place in Budapest between 22-25 May 2018 with the aim of discussing the most important challenges as well as possible solutions within the field of migrant integration in Hungary and in the European Union.
As UNITED, we stand, fight and celebrate in solidarity with LGBTQ* movements around the world on 17th May, the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
UNITED is opening the opportunity for delegates of UNITED supporter organisations to become members of UNITED’s Youth Advisory Board.
The European Action Week Against Racism 2018 is now over. We want to thank everyone who got active during this year’s campaign and contributed to raising awareness on the issue of discrimination and to promoting diversity in Europe!
PICUM has launched a new manual on regularisations for children, young people and families which has been prepared by – and for – organisations working on advocating for mechanisms to regularise undocumented children, young people and families.
Responding to the increasing populist and extreme right-wing voices in Europe, the message of the 2018 Action Week is “Diversity – Never Enough!”, aiming to focus on what we have in common rather than what separates us.