OPU runs a new international project called Solidarity in a Future Europe. The project aims to connect citizens from across Europe in a series of conferences in 7 European cities and states. These conferences are designed to bring an understanding of the daily lives of migrants and refugees, to improve the services provided to them and to understand the circumstances that brought them to the European Union. The significance of each conference is the opportunity to connect the general public and local citizens with experts in the field and volunteers from refugee service organizations. The dialogue between these groups will aim to enhance and promote the intercultural conversation with direct paths for engaging in policy advocacy and volunteering. The project will be implemented till 31 August 2021 and is co-financed by the European Union.
Solidarity in Future Europe Publication released
26. 8. 2022
OPU and its partners released a summary of the most interesting contributions from speakers at 7 international conferences taking place in 7 EU countries between 2020 and 2022. All conferences focused on different relevant themes regarding the asylum, migration and human rights and the goal of the conferences was bring together experts, volunteers and other citizens from EU Member States and explore how the future EU asylum and migration policy could be developed and improved. The publication is available on-line here or upon request in the paper form in the Organisation for Aid Refugees. The project Solidarity in Future Europe was co-funded by the European Union.