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Union Européenne : l’impératif de la prise en compte du genre dans les politiques migratoires

La lutte contre les discriminations et les inégalités de toute sorte est un défi complexe qui nécessite des efforts concertés de la part des gouvernements. Ce défi est d’autant plus pointu en ce qui concerne la mise sur pied des politiques migratoires qui, en elles-mêmes, constituent une préoccupation majeure pour les Gouvernements. Afin de lutter efficacement contre les discriminations liées au genre, outre les cadres législatifs internes des pays qui adressent déjà de façon singulière les questions migratoires, le cadre normatif communautaire qui a une portée supérieure aux règlements internes des pays devrait être plus pointu sur la question afin de protéger les minorités fragiles que sont les femmes et les jeunes filles.

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Active Participation and Political Integration for an Inclusive Society

We strongly believe in an inclusive society based on active participation regardless of social, cultural, or ethnic backgrounds, ensuring equal rights and obligations for all. It’s a society where everyone feels they belong, with meaningful roles and responsibilities, particularly through access to institutions and decision-making processes that significantly influence our daily lives.

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Final Event PEARL

The European Erasmus+ project will soon be coming to an end after more than two years of mobilization and solidarity between all the European partners

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Civil and Political Participation as U.S. Born Central American living in Barcelona.

There are many factors that go into the civil and political participation of young migrants in their “Country of Destination.” It must be said that it is less about politicizing migrants because varying migratory statuses (irregular, resident, citizen) are politicized in themselves. The most common factor is education of civil rights as migrants. In Spain, autonomous communities have different levels of engagement and integration of migrants. For example, Catalunya provides social services to anyone that is registered or “emapadronadx” in the autonomous community. I did not know about my right to vote as an irregular migrant until the day after the last municipal elections in Barcelona. I lived in Andalucia for two years with a student visa but never received a social security number. Upon arriving in Barcelona with irregular status, I was able to get a social security card (which is necessary to find work in any field). 

Personally speaking, it is bittersweet to hear such terms as “civil” and “democratic” participation as having an irregular migratory status never took away my engagement in political topics.  I do not feel interested in being a spokesperson or an advocate for “social integration” and find myself involved in local community movements that I can have a direct understanding of. Not being a “citizen” doesn’t mean I don’t care about what is happening in the country I’m living in. I am redirecting my energy from doing the correct and necessary steps to legalize my residence and more so making sure I have the right to a dignified life. I’ve spent so much trying to prove that I could make a good citizen, just like many do. It can disconnect me from participating in genuine ways of care and interest in the country I am in.

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Предизвикателства пред интегрирането на бежанци и мигранти в България

Чужденецът, взел решение да потърси международна закрила в страна от Европейския съюз, среща редица предизвикателства по своя път − от напускането на дома до достигането

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The Kick-off Meeting

On 12 and 13 July 2022, the first live meeting between project partners was held in Athens. The meeting allowed for a useful discussion in

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