Support Europe Must Act's campaign to create safe #RoutesToRelocation for people on the move
Through our campaign ‘Routes to Relocation’, we want to raise public awareness about the advantages of relocating refugees from the borders towards welcoming cities and communities where they can better integrate. We also want to help municipalities and local authorities understand that migration is a chance, and what the existing tools to support welcoming cities are.
Europe Must Act’s local and national chapters lobby local authorities with the aim of ensuring cities have a say at the EU and national level in the discussion around migration and asylum in Europe. The goal is that cities join the International Alliance of Safe Harbours, a network of welcoming cities thatare willing to become the home for asylum seekers and refugees arriving in border areas.
By donating to this campaign, you will enable us to:
Fund coordinators for our campaign projects
Train activists across Europe to provide them with useful campaigning skills (e.g. media and press training, policy training etc.)
Cover digital equipment and campaigning costs (e.g. printing posters or banners)
Each donation, big or small, helps our activists - mostly volunteers - to continue their work for a better future! If you can, we would love to welcome you as a recurring donor. Recurring donors are the backbone of grassroots like Europe Must Act, helping us to cover fixed costs such as our website.
We are convinced that the hostile and inhumane policies put in place by European countries do not reflect the reality of widespread solidarity by European citizens and municipalities who are ready to welcome people seeking sanctuary.
What is EMA?
Europe Must Act is a growing grassroots movement that brings together volunteers and NGOs to campaign for the humane reception of refugees in Europe. Through local action in European cities as well as joint-advocacy efforts of grassroots NGOs on EU level we aim to secure a fair and humane European policy on asylum and migration beyond camps, walls and deterrence.