Bringing together activists and organisations throughout Europe in a joint campaign on City Rights
for undocumented People.
Bringing together activists and organisations throughout Europe in a joint campaign on city rights
for undocumented people.
What we do:
City Rights United building blocks to create inclusive European cities:
City Rights United is made up of people with and without papers in Europe. We come together to exchange experiences, struggles, and practices. By sharing experiences and practices we inspire each other to set up new creative and innovative practices in our cities to foster inclusivity, especially for undocumented citizens.
Toolkit for City Rights
By combining our knowledge, practices and experiences, we build a toolkit to make European cities more inclusive for undocumented. Over the course of the project, the partners and their communities will collaborate to build together a ‘Toolkit’ with practices by grassroots organisations on how to create and organise access to human rights for undocumented, how to campaign for these human rights and how to make cities more inclusive.
The network is build on the principle of solidarity, between localities within Europe, between the partners and between people with and without documents. While working together we support each other to deal with local struggles by amplifying each others campaigns, listen, act in solidarity and together come up with innovative and creative solutions. The work is done by and with undocumented people who want to improve their situation and learn from each other during the project.
Bringing together activists and organisations throughout Europe in a joint struggle to realise human rights for undocumented citizens.
City rights United brings together 6 organisations and many more interested parties and people all over Europe. They will work together to improve access to city and human rights for undocumented people in Europe. The partners are: Here to Support Amsterdam, BAK Utrecht, Mangkulturellt Center Fittja, Ex OPG Naples, Sindicato Popular De Vendedores Ambulantes de Barcelona, Asmaras World Refugee Support Hamburg, De Gemeente Amsterdam.
How we do it:
How we do it:
The network City Rights United consists of partner organisations based on collaborations of citizens with and without documents. The output of this network project will take shape in the form of an accessible Toolkit, multiple smaller conferences to exchange knowledge, and a larger conference where this knowledge and tools will be presented. While working on these outputs a sustainable network of grassroots organisations supporting each other in their struggles, fights and successes, is being created. The process of creating and solidifying the network based on international and intersectional solidarity is a practice on its own that will be shared during the conferences and in the toolkit.
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