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.
Call to commemorate refugees who lost their lives in the Mediterranean
On the occasion of the World Refugee Day observed on 20 June, the Conference of European Churches together with the Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) has issued a call to churches and parishes across Europe to hold services commemorating “those who have died on their journey to find …Read more. ENGLISH , FRENCH , GERMAN
The Asylum and Migration Fund: A tool for more humane, transparent and effective asylum and migration policies in the EU?
The undersigned organisations call on the co-legislators to consider a number of key asks to make sure that the Asylum and Migration Fund (AMF) plays a considerable….Read more
Christian Organisations Concerned Over a Draft of Return Directive Recast
As Christian organisations, we are deeply committed to the inviolable dignity of the human person created in the image of God, as well as to the concepts of the common good, of global solidarity and … Read more
European Parliamentary Research Service Impact Assessment of the proposed Recast Return Directive
Effective 25 May 2018
The Churches Commission for Migrants in Europe gathers data about individuals that is publicly available, freely provided by that individual, or obtains direct consent for its collection.
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
Intern – American University:
Ms Madeline Blanchard