#GreenLight initiative for refugees
Over the past weeks, the numbers of refugees stuck at the Polish-Belarusian border have grown from a few to several thousand. This is the result of Belarus’ geopolitics and Poland’s policy of stopping and returning undocumented migrants and refugees to their home countries. For the people fleeing, Europe starts in these countries, however applying for asylum is made impossible.
Shelter City Netherlands: Appel à candidatures pour relocalisation temporaire en mars 2022
Justice et Paix Pays-Bas (Justice & Peace Netherlands) lance un nouvel appel aux défenseurs des droits humains en danger pour participer à Shelter City. La date limite de dépôt des candidatures est le 7 novembre 2021 à 23h59 CET (heure d'Europe centrale).
Shelter City Países Bajos: Convocatoria para reubicación temporal en marzo 2022
Justicia y Pax Países Bajos (Justice & Peace Netherlands) abre nuevamente las candidaturas al programa Shelter City. La fecha límite para los solicitudes es el 7 de noviembre de 2021.
Shelter City Netherlands: Call for Applications for March 2022
Justice & Peace Netherlands is launching a new call for applications for at risk human rights defenders to participate in Shelter City. The deadline for applications is 7 November 2021 at 23:59 CET (Central European Time).
Five years Shelter City Utrecht: Outdoor exhibition now open at Utrecht’s Dom Tower
The Shelter City outdoor exhibition is now open in Utrecht to celebrate Shelter City Utrecht's fifth anniversary.
Thank you National Postcode Lottery and its participants!
With the support of the National Postcode Lottery and its supporters these last 3 years, together with our partners, we have been able to welcome over 60 human rights defenders from all corners of the world to Shelter Cities across the Netherlands.
We stand with Afghans
After two decades, the Taliban has seized power over Afghanistan again. Taliban insurgents swept through the country, capturing all major cities in a matter of days as Afghan security forces crumbled, which ultimately led to the collapse of the Afghan government.
Human rights in crisis?
Following the outbreak of COVID-19, Kay Hollanders embarked on a research project to find out how the pandemic has become an obstruction in the path to advance human rights and whether it has led human rights into a state of crisis.