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For fifty years, Justice & Peace has been advocating for human rights-based policies at the Dutch and international level. Our recommendations to policymakers rely on collaborative research together with our partners around the world.

Our publications reflect our advocacy efforts towards Dutch and European Union policymakers but also on the international scene through our consultative status with the Economic and Social council of the United Nations (ECOSOC) to give voice and power to the people we support.

Our current projects are built on this long-standing expertise of issues related to human rights defenders and forced migration.

The following publications can be downloaded or ordered (shipping costs) via info[at]justiceandpeace.nl, mentioning the title of the publication, your name and address.

September 2016

Building bridges instead of higher walls, The arrival of Refugees in Europe: Human Rights and Security

December 2017

A Welcoming Europe, Exploring Local Solidarity with Refugees

April 2016

Alternatives to immigration (and border) detention, The alternatives which are mentioned in this factsheet, are mainly used as alternatives for immigration detention, unless mentioned differently.

April 2016

Safe Passages to Europe, There are several opportunities to offer legal and safe ways for asylum seekers and refugees to reach the EU.

April 2016

A Welcoming Netherlands, Commitment and strength of the local Netherlands for refugees

January 2015

Alternatives to immigration and asylum detention in the EU, This report is one of the outcome of the MADE REAL project (Making Alternatives to Detention in Europe a Reality by Exchanges, Advocacy and Learning) coordinated by the Odysseus Academic Network.

November 2012

The condition of Roma Precarity: Is there future for ‘good practices’?, The conference organized by Justitia et Pax on Thursday November 22, 2012 was a part of a project called “Fighting the traditional and new anti-Roma stereotypes”, subsidised by the European Union and organised in cooperation with Roma-organisations from Bulgaria (Centre for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance Amalipe), and Romania (Roma Centre for Health Clinics Sastipen).