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We, altogether some 150 participants from 16 European countries

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Open letter from Churches in Britain to Churches in member states of the European Union
In a joint statement, leaders and representatives of British Church denominations and networks speak together as the UK prepares to leave the European Union on 31 January:
At 11pm GMT on Friday the 31st of January 2020, the United Kingdom will no longer be a member of the European Union. The UK is leaving the EU, but …read more: CZ ; FR ; DE ; IT; ES
European asylum and migration policy: Exercise solidarity, share responsibility, show leadership
The Conference of European Churches (CEC) and the Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) have urged heads of the European Institutions to exercise solidarity, share responsibility, show leadership in regard to European asylum and migration policy. The two ecumenical organisations have issued a joint letter on 6 December…Read more

  • Conference “Justice for Roma and Sinti – a challenge for Churches

Budapest 9-11 March 2020. Please download the following documents: Invitation, Programme, Application form

  • The 16th European Asylum Conference which will take place in Italy on 11-15 May 2020. Register
  • The 21st General Assembly of CCME will take place in Brussels on 11-13 June 2020.

CCME launched a homepage to remember those who have died at the European borders. Visit
No Refugee Guantanamo: Churches call for safe passage following EU summit
15-20 October 2018, Greece [download document]

Intercession in memory of those who have lost their lives at the borders of the EU 2018 [download document]

Religious communities in Switzerland demand more protection for refugees. German,…. Français
Joint letter calling on Nordic and Baltic involvement in European disembarkation and relocation arrangements
Stories and images of people stranded on boats in the Mediterranean have long been covering news outlets. People are stuck on boats for weeks without adequate support such as water, food, and medical care and ultimately risk being denied access to ….Read more.
Letter to EU Ministers of Justice and Home Affairs on safe and regular pathways, search & rescue and fair responsibility sharing
Our organisations represent Churches throughout Europe – Anglican, Orthodox, Protestant and others – as well as specialised ministries of Christian churches working in the humanitarian field and in the field of migration and refugees. As Churches and Christian …Read more.
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Our team

Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) – Ecumenical Centre

General Secretary :
Dr. Torsten Moritz

Executive Secretary :
Ms Shari Brown

Office & Data Protection  Manager :
Mr. Emmanuel Kabalisa

Ms Samara Bernardes


Intern/American University:
Ms Emma Lottman