Refugees & Migration

All over the world people are fleeing from war, poverty and hopelessness. Our partners fight causes of flight, provide humanitarian relief, medical care, psychological assistance and legal counseling to refugees. In countries of origin and transit states, in the place we call home, in networks of solidarity. Becaues everyone has the right to live in dignity. Everywhere.

The pictore shows Syrian refugees on the Balkan route.
Manifesto

Solidarity, dignity and humanity with persons in exile

One day, the indignity with which persons in exile have been made (un)welcome will be judged by History. Till that day we must drive our mobiliziation. Read more

Interview

Voluntary Return?

The GIZ gets into the "voluntary" return and reintegration of refugees. Questions for Tejan Lamboi, Network of Ex-Asylum Seekers in Sierra Leone. Read more

2030-Study of the UN

Migration and refugees and Germany’s responsibility

The 2030-Agenda of the United Nations promises the transformation of our world. What about Migration in Germany? Read more

Refugees and migration

Refugee crisis? Global crisis!

Millions of people override Europe's borders, and then the massive rollback: 2015 was a turning point in migration policy. What does this mean for medico's work? We asked Sabine Eckart. Read more

Manifesto

Solidarity, dignity and humanity with persons in exile

One day, the indignity with which persons in exile have been made (un)welcome will be judged by History. Till that day we must drive our mobiliziation. Read more

2030-Study of the UN

Migration and refugees and Germany’s responsibility

The 2030-Agenda of the United Nations promises the transformation of our world. What about Migration in Germany? Read more

Interview

Voluntary Return?

The GIZ gets into the "voluntary" return and reintegration of refugees. Questions for Tejan Lamboi, Network of Ex-Asylum Seekers in Sierra Leone. Read more

Refugees and migration

Refugee crisis? Global crisis!

Millions of people override Europe's borders, and then the massive rollback: 2015 was a turning point in migration policy. What does this mean for medico's work? We asked Sabine Eckart. Read more

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