Image: Andrei Bortnikau (Shutterstock) UNITED For Intercultural Action expresses its solidarity with the Belarusian civil society in the face of the government’s repression. We are deeply concerned about the violent mass repression against peaceful demonstrators, nongovernmental organizations, journalists and political opponents in Belarus. The reports we have received from grassroots activists and journalists echo the […]
On World Refugee Day, 20th June, UNITED for Intercultural Action is releasing its yearly update of the List of Refugee Deaths. It is now – once again – more relevant than ever. UNITED calls on civil society to protest against the fatal policies of Fortress Europe that lead to too many deaths of desperate people looking for safe refuge. No More Deaths! Time for Change!
Between 16-24 March, UNITED for Intercultural Action completed another successful edition of the European Action Week Against Racism. This year’s Action Week was held under the slogan #TimeToBeUnited with the theme of #FaceToFace meetings.
Between 16-24 March, the European Action Week Against Racism will be marked by activities all around Europe to combat racism and prejudice, bringing people with diverse backgrounds and stories face to face.
In recognition of 20 June International Refugee Day, the Guardian publishes the full UNITED List of 34,361 Refugee Deaths”.
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.
UNITED Conference near Berlin, 19-24 November 2017 Follow the conference live via Facebook and Twitter Tweet and post with the hashtags #everyvoice and #UNITED17 What support can we offer for victims of hate violence and their communities? How can we incorporate victims’ perspectives into NGO activities? What are the needs of different victim groups? These are […]
The UNITED network stands firm against all forms of violence and calls for peaceful negotiations between the government of Catalonia and Spain in order to reach mutual consensus and find a mutually acceptable solution to the conflict.
The UNITED Secretariat deems the attack in Charlottesville as an act of terrorism and stands by the counter-protesters, reiterating that responding to societal tensions in a hateful and violent manner is not an acceptable form of expression of opinion.
Fatal Policies of Fortress Europe: >33.305 documented refugee deaths since 1993. TIME FOR CHANGE!
To mark International Refugee Day, UNITED is publishing an updated edition of its List of Deaths and of its interactive map.