In 2017, we celebrated twenty years of human rights defense work. The topic of migration and asylum remains at the heart of our actions and priorities. At the same time, European leaders refuse to implement their own human rights commitments in relation to this issue. It is not a “migration crisis” that we are experiencing, … Continued
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This report describes the main elements of EuroMed Rights’ activities since its last General Assembly in Brussels in June 2015. It mainly addresses the members of the Network, but also interested observers from civil society, public institutions and donors. The purpose is to give a narrative account to EuroMed Rights’ members about the implementation by … Continued
On the Northern shores of the Mediterranean, the year 2016 was synonymous with a disintegration of the European Union, which was plagued by internal conflicts and lost its bearings as leading by example as a human rights promoter. This became apparent in what was falsely labelled a “refugee crisis”. In 2016, EuroMed Rights upped its work with members and partners, and continued … Continued
Content Foreword by EuroMed Rights President About EuroMed Rights How we Work Executive Committee What we did in 2015 Activity Overview 2015 Publications Timeline Our Donors Financial overview of the year Our Members
The report highlights the results achieved by the EMHRN on the basis of the Work Programme that was adopted by the 9th General Assembly in Copenhagen 2012.
The current report covers the first complete year of activities since the adoption in June 2012 of a new EMHRN strategy and work program by the General Assembly.
The report does compare the 2012 activities with the general and short term objectives set out in EMHRN’s work programmes for the previous years.
The current report describes the activities of the EMHRN over a three-year period from the beginning of 2009 to the end of 2011.
The report does relate the activities of the EMHRN to the goals set out in its work programme for 2008 and 2009.
The following activity report covers EMHRN activities in 2006 and 2007 (and a summary of activities for the first half of 2008).