Monday, 18 March 2013

Eight days after its launch in Brussels and Nouakchott, the Frontexit campaign will be given a new kick-off at the World Social Forum in Tunis.

More than 4000 organisations

Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab Spring, will host the next World Social Forum from 26th-30th March. More than 4000 organisations and networks, including more than 1000 Tunisian NGOs, are expected by the organisers. With more than 1500 activities, conferences, workshops and meetings to be spread over 5 days, anti-globalists from around the world will meet at the El Manar campus of the University of Tunis.

Monday, 18 March 2013

Does the European Union respect its commitments with regard to migrants' fundamental rights when implementing its migration policy ?

Is the European policy of closing its borders to migrants out of touch with current international migration issues ?

Our brochure offers you the opportunity to deconstruct a number of popular myths by answering "true" or "false" to 10 statements. Published on the occasion of the launch of the campaign, this tool is designed to help you understand our message in just a few pages.