PICUM has 167 member organisations who work on ensuring fundamental rights of undocumented migrants. The membership expands across 35 countries, primarily based in Europe. PICUM provides a direct link between the grassroots level, where undocumented migrants’ experience is most visible, and the European level where policies relating to them are deliberated. PICUM engages its members in thematic working groups.
Member organisations include human rights organisations, migrants’ rights organisations, migrant-led and grassroots organisations but also organisations focusing on children’s rights, women’s rights, access to health care, legal aid and access to justice, trade unions, and faith-based organisations.
PICUM also engages ‘PICUM Supporters’, individuals that are unable to commit to PICUM membership and wish to contribute to PICUM’s work.
PICUM members and supporters commit to PICUM’s vision, mission and working principles. For information on how to become a member or supporter, see our membership flyer:
To fill in the application form to become a member, click on the following links:
You can find our Code of Conduct, which must be signed by all members, on the following links: