• Migration and Asylum

    Migration and Asylum0

    On 23 September, the European Commission released a draft Migration and Asylum Pact. This Pact is intended to have some bits and pieces for every member state as a starting point for negotiations. Can you use this as a starting point for engaging your own government to make sure the compromise has the individual at the centre, rather than mere statistics?

  • World Refugee Sunday 2020 is coming up!

    World Refugee Sunday 2020 is coming up!0

    20th June 2019 is World Refugee day. The Sunday before (June 16) or immediately following (June 23) is dedicated as Refugee Sunday to stand by the millions of man, woman en children who have left home to find food and safety.

  • New edition of the EEA´s position paper on refugees available!

    New edition of the EEA´s position paper on refugees available!0

    On the occasion of World Refugee Sunday 2020, which will be commemorated on 14 or 21 June 2020, EEA has launched a new edition of the position paper on refugees. Four years after the first publication of the paper, the situation of many refugees in and around Europe remains devastating and continues to present European politics with great challenges.

  • Introducing “The Peace Between”

    Introducing “The Peace Between”0

    Three countries. Six nationalities. One film.
    Get ready for World Refugee Day on 20 June 2018 and Refugee Sunday on 17 or 24 June!

  • Unlikely friendships

    Unlikely friendships0

    The European Evangelical Alliance is not in the habit of getting involved in film projects. But it made an exception for “The Peace Between”, a short documentary, giving a glimpse of three genuine friendships between a European and a displaced person. We knew that it could powerfully open up non-political, honest and respectful discussion about

  • D2uble Penalty

    D2uble Penalty0

    Christian refugees in Europe face “double penalty”, experts say “Belief-based intolerance and discrimination of refugees is a pan-European problem”, Christian organisations said during a hearing at the European Parliament.  On Wednesday 31st May, the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) organised a hearing in the European Parliament: “D2uble Penalty: Refugees and freedom of religion or belief”. The event