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EU gender equality strategy risks leaving out millions of people

EU gender equality strategy risks leaving out millions of people

The EU’s much anticipated Gender Equality Strategy for 2020-2025, released on 5 March, is an ...
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Faced with People Clinging to a Fence, Europe Loses its Conscience

Faced with People Clinging to a Fence, Europe Loses its Conscience

This blog post was written by Adam Weiss, member of PICUM’s Board. Koramatsu v United ...
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Cash only: Measures imposed to counter money laundering are having serious implications for undocumented people

Cash only: Measures imposed to counter money laundering are having serious implications for undocumented people

This blog post was written by PICUM’s Advocacy Trainee Emer Connor. The ability to open ...
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What a way to make a living: The urgent need to create complaints mechanisms that work for all workers

What a way to make a living: The urgent need to create complaints mechanisms that work for all workers

This blog post was written by Emer Connor, PICUM Trainee. A recent report on the ...
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Formerly undocumented women address European Parliament to advocate for children's rights

Formerly undocumented women address European Parliament to advocate for children’s rights

On the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, five ...
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Advocates call for more humane, transparent and effective resources for asylum and migration in the Union

Advocates call for more humane, transparent and effective resources for asylum and migration in the Union

Last October, the EU institutions have resumed discussions on the new Asylum and Migration Fund ...
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Advocates call for access to justice for all victims of trafficking at Council of Europe

Advocates call for access to justice for all victims of trafficking at Council of Europe

On European Anti-trafficking Day, 18 October, we spoke to government representatives to the Council of ...
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Croatia’s Schengen approval neglects violence at its borders

Croatia’s Schengen approval neglects violence at its borders

This is a guest post by Tea Vidović, Programme Officer at the Croatian Centre for ...
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Between human rights and border control: the EU migration policies in the Mediterranean at trial

Between human rights and border control: the EU migration policies in the Mediterranean at trial

Earlier this year, a team of international lawyers submitted a complaint to the International Criminal ...
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Migrant live-in care workers: PICUM heard by the European Economic and Social Committee

Migrant live-in care workers: PICUM heard by the European Economic and Social Committee

As we continue our work to advance the rights of undocumented domestic workers, we were ...
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PICUM heard in the European Parliament on access to education for undocumented children

PICUM heard in the European Parliament on access to education for undocumented children

As we start to work with the new European legislature, we were heard on October ...
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UN agencies and advocates publish new guidance on durable solutions for migrant children

UN agencies and advocates publish new guidance on durable solutions for migrant children

This article was written by Laetitia Van der Vennet, PICUM’s Advocacy Officer for undocumented children, ...
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Our priorities for the EU over the next 5 years

Our priorities for the EU over the next 5 years

As the new European Parliament is settling down and about to screen the national candidates ...
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Access to healthcare in France: PICUM consulted amidst concerns of new restrictions

Access to healthcare in France: PICUM consulted amidst concerns of new restrictions

PICUM’s Director Michele LeVoy was heard last week by the French social affairs and finance ...
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Safeguarding the human rights and dignity of undocumented migrant sex workers

Safeguarding the human rights and dignity of undocumented migrant sex workers

This blog post was written by PICUM’s Chair, Edel McGinley. Undocumented migrants are part of ...
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Amplifying the voices of undocumented people in Europe

Amplifying the voices of undocumented people in Europe

This blog post was written by PICUM’s Communications Trainee Bettina Guigui. As a migrant working ...
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That time when British and Irish youth rights campaigners met in Dublin

That time when British and Irish youth rights campaigners met in Dublin

At PICUM, we're happy to facilitate bilateral exchanges between our members so they can learn ...
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PRESS RELEASE: OVER 100 ORGANISATIONS CALL VON DER LEYEN TO STOP CRIMINALISATION OF SOLIDARITY

PRESS RELEASE: OVER 100 ORGANISATIONS CALL VON DER LEYEN TO STOP CRIMINALISATION OF SOLIDARITY

PRESS RELEASE: OVER 100 ORGANISATIONS CALL VON DER LEYEN TO STOP CRIMINALISATION OF SOLIDARITY WITH ...
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Lawyer's Voice - Losing the Essence: The United Kingdom’s Data Protection Immigration Exemption erodes the essence of fundamental rights

Lawyer’s Voice – Losing the Essence: The United Kingdom’s Data Protection Immigration Exemption erodes the essence of fundamental rights

This blog was written by Matthew Rice, Scotland Director of the Open Rights Group, a ...
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