Refugees/Asylum Seekers/Migrants

Keywords: Netherland, Western Europe, English, refugees, IDPs, Asylum Seekers & Migrants, media ethics & diversity, social diversity models, training/education materials, resurces for academics, university, international migrations, online, NGOs

The European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER) exists to actively encourage, support and promote comparative research in the fields of international migration and ethnic relations within the European context. The centre is situated within the Faculty of Social Sciences, Utrecht University, the Netherlands.


European Council on refugees and Excile PDF Print

Keywords: All Europe, English, Refugees, IDP’s, Asylum Seekers and migrants, NGO, human rights, ethic solidarity

ECRE (European Council on Refugees and Exiles) is a pan-European network of 69 refugee-assisting non-governmental organisations that promotes a humane and generous European asylum policy. Together with our members, we promote the protection and integration of asylum-seekers, refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) based on values of human dignity, human rights and an ethic of solidarity.

Association des Travailleurs Maghrebins de France PDF Print

Keywords:  Europe, Africa, France, Maghreb, French, worker rights, modiscrimination, citizenship, solidarity

The association of maghrebian worker of France (ATMF) is a secular, democratic and independent association which fights for the equal rights to citizenship and residence.

Association de Defense des Droits de l’Homme au Maroc PDF Print

Keywords: Europe, Africa, France, Morocco, French, Arabic, Maghreb, discrimination, Human rights

Created in 1984 by the initiative of several Moroccan democrats living abroad, ASDHOM aims to defend human rights in Morocco, and denounce their violation, whoever may be the victim, regardless of the political opinions implicated. It seeks to abolish all forms of discrimination and xenophobia towards the immigrant population living in France. 

Refugee Week: Different pasts, shared future PDF Print

Keywords: Europe, UK, English, refugees, events, cultural diversity

“Refugee Week is a UK wide programme of events which celebrate the contribution of refugees to the UK. During Refugee Week hundreds of events exploring refugee experiences take place across the UK. These range from small community and school activities to art exhibitions, political debates, film screenings, conferences, big music festivals, sports events etc...”