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  • EU-Wide Police Operation 'Mos Maiorum' - What You Can Do

    The EU-wide police operation ‘Mos Maiorum’started on 13 October and will run until 26 October 2014. The joint operation aims to apprehend irregular migrants. You can join initiatives to help protect the rights of undocumented migrants in your region.

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  • EU Anti-Trafficking Day

    Today, on the occasion of the EU anti-trafficking day, our member La Strada International together with 30 partner organisations in Europe launches the campaign 'Used in Europe: human trafficking and labour exploitation on our continent'. This campaign reaches out to consumers, the private sector and States to address human trafficking, including forced and exploitative labour in Europe.

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  • REPORT: HOW TO ENSURE UNDOCUMENTED MIGRANTS’ RIGHT TO HOUSING AND SHELTER

    On the occasion of World Habitat Day, the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM) together with the European Federation of National Organisations working with the homeless (FEANTSA) and the European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) launch their new report outlining strategies and good practices to overcome barriers for undocumented migrants to access housing and shelter.

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  • Listen to me! I am building my future

    The side event on "Ending child immigration detention" was organised jointly by four civil society organisations who strive to put an end to child immigration detention: Terre des Hommes, International Detention Coalition, PICUM and Save the Children. This blog of Terres des Hommes recounts the event and speaks about the impact detention has on the wellbeing of children.

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  • What a Multicultural Cookbook can tell us about the Lives of Migrant Domestic Workers

    On the occasion of International Domestic Workers' Day, PICUM wants to highlight an innovative resource of one of its members: A recipe book compiled by migrant domestic workers themselves sharing delicious meals of their countries of origin but also sharing their personal life stories and struggles to have their rights as workers recognised.

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  • Check Before You Vote: The European Parliament Resolution on Undocumented Women and the EU Elections

    As Europe prepares to go the polls this month to elect its representatives for the 2014-2019 European Parliament, we invite you to take a deeper look into the recently passed European Parliament Resolution on Undocumented Migrant Women in the EU. What does it say about your MEP’s position on undocumented women’s rights? And should it influence how you vote in the coming weeks?

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