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Join CCME and Diakonie Deutschland in Berlin or virtually 1-3 December 2021 for the event

“Community sponsorship and churches: between opportunities and challenges”

See agenda SP com Spon Berlin Dec 2021 draft agenda as 21 11 10a

Registration will still be possible until 24th November 2021, 18.00 h Brussels time
More information in attachment or online (with registration) : https://eveeno.com/ccme_meeting_berlin2021

 Message of the 2021 CCME (extraordinary) General Assembly
Together we can save a million vulnerable humans in Europe again!
We met as the extraordinary General Assembly of the Churches´ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) from 14th to 16th October 2021 in Brussels representing 41 Churches, Councils of Churches and related organisations from across Europe.
We are worried. The global public has in recent months been following with shock, despair and anger how desperate…Read more.
 Mapping Migration, Mapping Churches’ Responses in Europe
Through migration, minority churches in some countries are growing. The current study Mapping Migration, Mapping Churches’ Responses in Europe, Being Church Together attempts to provide information on actual immigration and emigration figures for twenty‐two European countries, and seeks to identify the diversity of Christian presence.

CCME launched a homepage to remember those who have died at the European borders. Visit migrantsineurope.wordpress.com
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
 Justice for Roma and Sinti : a challenge for churches
About 35 people gathered in Budapest, Hungary, from 9-11 March 2020 to reflect on the issue of Roma and Sinti discrimination with a particular focus on the role of churches. The event had valuable contributions from Roma/Sinti participants within the churches and acknowledged the richness of sharing together. The conference encouraged churches to consider how to more positively promote the visibility and inclusion of Roma/Sinti. Please read the full report
 “Christian group” comments on the proposed EU Asylum and Migration Pact
CCME in a coalition of 8 Christian organisations has published 5 comment papers on the proposals for the EU Asylum and Migration Pact.
Please find underneath the reactions on:
The pact in general
Proposals on pre entry screening and border procedures
Return and readmission
Search and rescue & criminalisation of solidarity
Solidarity
Data Protection and Privacy Policy
Effective 25 May 2018
Your  Data
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.
Read more ….

Our team

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

Torsten

General Secretary :
Dr. Torsten Moritz

Christine

Administrator

Ms Christine Rugurika

Intern:
Mr. Oisin Desmond

Deborah

Intern:
Ms Deborah Romano

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