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Anders Engberg, journalist at Mediehuset København, interviewed PICUM Director, Michele LeVoy and PICUM Member Medimmigrant on the situation of undocumented migrants in Brussels and in Europe.
PICUM presented the joint NGO statement at the public hearing in the EP on April 20, 2011, organised by the Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE).
PICUM Program Officer, Devin Cahill, was interviewed by PressTV on the occasion of presentation of the findings of the last HUMA report in Nicosia, Cyprus.
New PICUM project: “Building Strategies to Improve the Protection of Undocumented Children in Europe”
Despite legal entitlements to primary and secondary education, health care, and housing, undocumented children face numerous barriers to exercising these rights in Europe.
The Dutch government recently launched a proposal to criminalize undocumented migrants. In response, PICUM and some of its Dutch Members, Stichting LOS, Stichting ROS and the Paulus Church, have decided to organize an international workshop.
Eve Geddie, PICUM Programme Officer, contributed to the Swedish Refugee Blog, Flyktingbloggen.
CRAG response to the European Commission’s Communication on an “EU Agenda for the Rights of the Child".
On the occasion of the European Parliament review of the draft directive concerning the 'single permit', PICUM, SOLIDAR, CIRE, 11.11.11, AEDH and ENAR called on the MEPs to use this opportunity to establish a legal basis that guarantees all third-country nationals working on the territory of a Member State a common set of equal rights to those of EU citizens.
On 8 March 2011, the EP adopted a Resolution calling on Member States to tackle health inequalities in access to health care for undocumented migrants. WATCH THE VIDEO of the hearing at the EP.
On this significant anniversary, PICUM highlights how undocumented migrant women working in Europe’s households are often denied the most basic protections from exploitation and abuse.
PICUM has signed a public statement urging the Greek government to examine the claims of the migrants in hunger strike.
Reporter Jenny Roth interviewed Eve Geddie on the situation of undocumented migrants in Europe.
International Labour Day: Undocumented Migrant Workers are Widely Exploited, Despite Existing Legal Frameworks
On the occasion of International Labour Day, The Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM) calls attention to persisting labour exploitation of undocumented migrant workers and urges governments to implement tools ensuring labour rights protection for all migrant workers, regardless of residence status.