ICMC Statement at the 12th International Labour Conference

June 5, 2024

On 5 June 2024, ICMC President Christine Nathan addressed the International Labour Conference’s 12th session, highlighting the role that access to decent work plays in the integration of migrants and refugees, and the value of adopting a work philosophy based on the care for people and our common home.


Care Is Work, Work Is Care – Roadmap for a Common Journey

May 27, 2024

From May 8-10, representatives from various sectors gathered in Rome to advocate for social justice and environmental sustainability. Organized by the ICMC project “The Future of Work, Labour after Laudato Si’”, the event led to the drafting of a roadmap to promote the interconnectedness of work, care, and social justice.


Adoption of the URF: A Chance for the EU To Bring More People to Safety

April 11, 2024

The URF, adopted alongside the EU Pact on Asylum and Migration, offers a glimmer of hope for refugees across the globe. 22 civil society organizations call for it to be fully put into action to create a more protection-focused approach to refugee resettlement.


Joint Statement: Labour Migration – Comments on the latest Positions of the European Parliament in view of the Triloges

January 8, 2024

Christian organizations released a joint-statement to comment on the on-going discussions happening at the European Parliament and Council regarding the migration directives Single Permit (SP) and Long Term Residence (LTR).

General Advisory: Claims About Resettlement Services by ICMC

It has come to our recent attention that there may be misleading claims suggesting that ICMC Malaysia and other notable...

36 Organizations Welcome EU Decision to Extend TPD for Refugees Fleeing Ukraine

October 24, 2023

ICMC Europe, the SHARE network, and 35 other organizations welcome the EU’s decision to extend the Temporary Protection Directive for Ukrainians until March 2025. They also urge EU Member States to ensure these rights are accessible in practice, and that long-term protection measures be put in place.

ICMC Warning on Social Media Groups Impersonating ICMC Resettlement Support Center (RSC TuME) Staff to Offer Information

Sosyal Medya Hesaplarının, Türkiye ve Lübnan'daki Yeniden Yerleştirme Süreci Hakkında ICMC Yeniden Yerleştirme Destek Merkezi (RSC TuME) Personeli Gibi Davranarak...

Share Network: Seven Priorities to Expand Resettlement and Safe Pathways to Europe

September 19, 2023

Ahead of EU Member States submitting their pledges for the EU resettlement scheme by 15 September, we call on leaders to ambitiously expand safe pathways to international protection and better reflect Europe’s capacity to welcome.


“Traces of a Shipwrecked Humanity”

July 6, 2023

Statement on the Tenth Anniversary of Pope Francis' Visit to Lampedusa


Joint Letter Calling For Mechanism on Human Rights Violations at Borders

June 22, 2023

On 19 June 2023, ICMC, along with 193 civil society organisations and groups, signed a joint letter calling on member and observer States of the United Nations Human Rights Council to implement immediate measures to address global pattern of deaths, torture and grave human rights violations at international borders.


ICMC Statement at 2023 International Labour Conference

June 8, 2023

In an 8 June statement delivered at the 111th session of the International Labour Conference in Geneva, ICMC President Christine Nathan called for the rights and dignities of the world’s most vulnerable workers to be prioritized within global responses.


Statement of civil society organizations attending the International Labour Conference

December 1, 2022

ICMC joins civil society organizations that attended the International Labour Conference to highlight common global objectives and call for for an expanded civil society role in future ILC meetings.


Civil society statement: Europe’s response to Afghans in need of protection one year after the Taliban takeover

August 1, 2022

“We call on European countries to continue evacuating their local staff and Afghans at risk in a coordinated and safe manner.” ICMC Europe and the Share Network join fifty civil society and Afghan diaspora organisations calling for expanded resettlement and humanitarian admission, fair access to asylum, and respect for human rights.


Need to move beyond basic relief in Ukraine, ICMC says

July 26, 2022

In a European Parliament session on the humanitarian response in Ukraine, ICMC says there is a need to tend to hearts and minds for the people suffering from the war, beyond food and shelter.


NGOs Urge EU States to Renew Commitment to Refugee Protection

June 23, 2022

ICMC Europe and six other NGOs call on EU Member States to show renewed leadership on resettling refugees. While welcoming support given to those displaced by war in Ukraine, the NGOs stress the urgency to meet other global protection needs by expanding resettlement and complementary pathways.

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