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

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

By Mercedes Miletti. International cuisine has become very popular as recipes from different regions of ...
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Check Before You Vote: The European Parliament Resolution on Undocumented Women and the EU Elections

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

By Louise Bonneau and Eve Geddie. As Europe prepares to go the polls this month ...
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A Child is a Child – How the European Union can Ensure the Rights of Undocumented Migrant Children

A Child is a Child – How the European Union can Ensure the Rights of Undocumented Migrant Children

Over the past decade of advocacy work for the rights of undocumented migrants, the Platform ...
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Voluntary return for undocumented migrants in Morocco, a solution for whom?

Voluntary return for undocumented migrants in Morocco, a solution for whom?

By Leila Marzo. After the boat tragedies off the shores of Lampedusa and Malta made ...
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PICUM WORKING GROUP ON ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR UNDOCUMENTED WOMEN

PICUM WORKING GROUP ON ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR UNDOCUMENTED WOMEN

By Eve Geddie, PICUM Programmes Director. An in depth-discussion about the Victims’ Directive The EU Directive ...
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PICUM Working Group Explores Legal Strategies in Advocating for Undocumented Migrants

PICUM Working Group Explores Legal Strategies in Advocating for Undocumented Migrants

By Maria Giovanna Manieri, PICUM Programme Officer The first meeting of the PICUM’s Working Group ...
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PICUM says thank you!

PICUM says thank you!

By Elisabeth Schmidt-Hieber, PICUM Communications Officer As Christmas approaches, PICUM has received many seasonal greetings ...
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The EU Must Do More to End the Exploitation of Seasonal Workers

The EU Must Do More to End the Exploitation of Seasonal Workers

By Eve Geddie, Programmes Director at PICUM. The debate on migration to the EU has ...
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Working group discusses how to end child detention and ensure access to services for undocumented migrant children and their families

Working group discusses how to end child detention and ensure access to services for undocumented migrant children and their families

By Nicola Delvino, Advocacy and Communications Intern at PICUM. PICUM hosted its third thematic working ...
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A Postcard from Britain - ‘Hostile Environment’, Border Control in Communities and Indefinite Immigration Detention

A Postcard from Britain – ‘Hostile Environment’, Border Control in Communities and Indefinite Immigration Detention

By Eiri Ohtani, The Detention Forum, London, UK. A stone’s throw from a relatively upmarket ...
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More than 100 people are dead and hundreds still missing - What will the tragedy in Lampedusa change?

More than 100 people are dead and hundreds still missing – What will the tragedy in Lampedusa change?

By Elisabeth Schmidt-Hieber, PICUM Communications Officer. ‘The sea is full of dead bodies.’ ‘Corpses are ...
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New Portuguese legislation grants rights only partially to undocumented migrants

New Portuguese legislation grants rights only partially to undocumented migrants

By Juliana Moya, Portuguese Association for Victim Support (APAV). A change of legislation grants more ...
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How relevant, effective and humane is the EU border control regime?

How relevant, effective and humane is the EU border control regime?

By Michele LeVoy (PICUM Director), and Kadri Soova (PICUM Advocacy Officer). 1999 saw the historic ...
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SALVEMOS LA HOSPITALIDAD

Let’s save hospitality!

By Nacho Sánchez, Málaga Acoge. On 31 December last year, a radio programme gathered several ...
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Empowerment of a grassroots migrant organisation in Morocco - MRCI Ireland meets ODT Immigrés in Morocco

Empowerment of a grassroots migrant organisation in Morocco – MRCI Ireland meets ODT Immigrés in Morocco

By Pablo Rojas Coppari,   Strategic Advocacy Officer MRCI Ireland. Recent news reported on efforts of ...
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Food Movement: Another “Sleeping Giant” Awakens on Immigration Reform

Food Movement: Another “Sleeping Giant” Awakens on Immigration Reform

By Navina Khanna, Joann Lo and Cathi Tactaquin. What do food banks, food chain workers, ...
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“Children and Irregular Migration”

“Children and Irregular Migration”

Side Event prior to the United Nations Day of General Discussion (DGD) on “The rights ...
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Migration status as vulnerability factor in situations of human trafficking and exploitation

Migration status as vulnerability factor in situations of human trafficking and exploitation

By Kadri Soova,  Advocacy Officer, PICUM, Brussels. This blog will look at how lack of ...
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Un projet de régularisation pour les travailleurs sans-papiers au Maroc

Un projet de régularisation pour les travailleurs sans-papiers au Maroc

Par Marta Grosso, PICUM Project Officer. Sans accès à la santé, à l’éducation, à un ...
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ASGI on the transposition of the Employers’ Sanctions Directive and new regularisation in Italy

ASGI on the transposition of the Employers’ Sanctions Directive and new regularisation in Italy

By PICUM. With a recently published position paper,  the Italian Association for Juridical Studies (ASGI), ...
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