Network-based working

Emmaus Europe operates within a network consisting of different stakeholders working to address common problems.

 

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The Resource Centre for the Prevention of Human Trafficking and Other Forms of Exploitation – Inaugurated on 27 November 2013 in Sarajevo, this European resource centre monitors legal developments and global initiatives in the field of combating human trafficking. It has also launched a website dedicated to awareness-raising, prevention and training activities on this issue. Emmaus Europe has been collaborating with the European Resource Centre since its creation.

For more information, visit: http://www.eurcenter.net

 

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FRONTEXIT – Frontexit is an international campaign run by an alliance of organisations for the defence of migrants’ human rights at the external borders of the European Union. It is led by more than 20 civil society associations, researchers and individuals from both the North and South Mediterranean. Frontexit has a twofold objective: to inform a wide audience about the impacts of Frontex operations in terms of human rights, and to denounce these impacts to the political representatives who are directly involved. Emmaus Europe joined the Frontexit campaign in 2014.

For more information, visit: http://www.frontexit.org/en/

 

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MIGREUROP – Migreurop is a European and African network of activists and researchers seeking to publicise and combat the widespread internment of foreign nationals and rising number of detention camps, which is the cornerstone of the externalisation policy adopted by the European Union. Created in 2002, Migreurop brings together over 45 organisations and more than 55 individual members in 17 countries across the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Emmaus Europe has been involved in Migreurop’s initiatives since 2013 and has been a member of Migreurop since 2016.

For more information, visit: http://www.migreurop.org

 

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RREUSE – RREUSE is a European umbrella network for social enterprises working in reuse, repair and recycling. Its aims are to promote dialogue between members and undertake lobbying at European level. It brings together more than 30 members in 18 countries. Emmaus Europe has been collaborating with RREUSE since 2016 and has been an associate member of RREUSE since 2017.

For more information, visit: http://www.rreuse.org

 

 

 

 

 

EAPN – The European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) is the largest European network of national, regional and local networks, involving anti-poverty NGOs and grassroots groups, as well as European organisations actively involved in combating poverty and social exclusion. EAPN has 31 national networks and 13 European member organisations. Emmaus Europe has been a member of EAPN since 2018.

For more information: https://www.eapn.eu