In Riace, mayor Mimo Lucano went on hunger strike to protect his citizens, 400 of whom are refugees and migrants that have brought back to life a depopulated town
In Italy, Spain and other countries we see racist and xenophobic speeches and policies rising, aggressions and violence against migrant people and activists being normalized… just like we are back to our darkest times.
A part of the project Open Your Borders will be funded through a crowdfunding campaign aiming to raise €1,500.
Since 2016, 61 refugees or asylum seekers have benefited from Open University of Catalonia (UOC)’s virtual classes.
Although the issue of refugees is more present today than in 2015, it still goes unnoticed, and only hits the headlines when many people die, or to stir up a controversy.
Amnesty International Catalonia launches Welcome Communities –Comunitats Acollidores, a miniseries that gives real examples of refugees who have started a good new life with the active help of locals.
In its latest report, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) claims the situation in DRC is critical since December.
Thousands of people who have suffered serious inequalities need to tell their stories and make themselves heard. With this App, many will be able to show sympathy with those suffering from inequalities.
The international human rights organisation denounces European governments as supportive of exploitation and smuggling of refugees in Libya.
On Sunday 12th November, 27 representatives from 14 countries gathered to address the challenges faced by countries in the refugees networks.
The NGO supports Caritas Bangladesh's emergency plan with an injection that will help 70,000 displaced people.
Musicians, refugees and communities are coming together to recognise the things that unite them.
The journalist helps us to discover and understand Middle East, a region that is often talked about, but which is largely unknown to many.
The fifteenth annual report "Refugees in Spain and Europe" calls for a Government Pact for the right to asylum.
They also help unemployed teenagers get a job.
Many of us, volunteers, have travelled to refugee camps, some of us more than once, but yet they still need more hands. How is this possible?