Vacancy for Traineeship at the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM)
PICUM is looking for a trainee with native or bilingual proficiency of French and full professional proficiency of English who wishes to learn more about our work to join our team from March to August 2017.
Ahead of International Migrants Day, PICUM and Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE) Network jointly call on service providers, government representatives, civil society organisations and individuals to sign a pledge to ensure access to services and protection for all women who are survivors of violence.
On the occasion of International Migrants’ Day, the Platform for International Cooperation (PICUM) and Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE) launch a partnership to push for access to services and justice for undocumented women and migrant women with precarious status. This toolkit tells you how you can support the campaign.
PICUM warned at a European Parliament debate that current EU migration policy focusing increasingly on deportations of irregular migrants, threatens individuals’ rights to due process and protection, fails to recognise the capacity of migrants, and misses its aim of reducing irregular migration in Europe.
EU institutions and member states must do more to protect refugee and migrant children, a statement signed by 78 agencies including PICUM said today to mark the opening of the 10th European Forum on the Rights of the Child in Brussels.
Ahead of Universal Children’s Day on 20 November 2016, PICUM has launched a collection of testimonies, which highlights the challenges faced by children and young people considered irregular or undocumented migrants and the strength it takes to overcome them day by day.
The European Parliament must immediately address the Joint Way Forward Agreement between the EU and Afghanistan
Following the agreement between the EU and the Afghan government, the European Parliament will discuss commitments and its role in the agreement on 26 October. A group of over 25 organisations released a statement expressing concern about the plan to deport thousands of people to Afghanistan.
At the upcoming European Council on 20-21 October, European Union (EU) leaders will discuss the latest developments and progress on the EU comprehensive approach to migration.
UNI Europa, Unia, OPZZ, and PICUM welcome the European Economic and Social Committee (ESSC) opinion on the rights of live-in care workers in light of widespread exploitation of care workers across Europe.
The EU Alliance for Investing in Children welcomes the European Commission’s proposal for a European Pillar of Social Rights,…
PICUM will join migrants' and refugee rights representatives from all over the world at a UN summit in New York to urge for more concrete commitments to all migrants' rights.
Over 177 civil society organisations and trade unions call for a new Europe for people, planet and prosperity for all
A group of 177 other civil society organisations and trade unions, including PICUM, published a joint statement on 12 September 2016 calling for a Europe which is inclusive, open, just, sustainable, and that works for people of all ages, social backgrounds and nations. The statement comes ahead of the Bratislava Summit where heads of state will discuss further reforms and future developments for the EU.
The Inter-Agency Working Group to End Child Immigration Detention has published a brochure outlining the use of immigration detention of children, the harmful impacts it has on children, the applicable legal standards, and the alternatives.
Alison Des Forges Award, Woman of Courage and Solidar Silver Rose Award – PICUM members are given recognition for their work
Several PICUM members have recently been recognised for their work through awards. This includes Yonous Muhammadi, President of the Greek Forum of Refugees (GFR), Zuzana Stevulova of the Human Rights League (HRL) in Slovakia and Fair Work in the Netherlands.
27 June 2016 - The European Union is set to open a dark chapter in its history unless it rejects the European Commission’s proposal on migration, a coalition of more than 130 NGOs warned on Monday.