Acceptance and accompaniment of migrants and refugees are at the very heart of our work as social sector, being present in all our activities; they are also crucial to generate changes and processes in favour of solidarity and inclusion.
We want to expand and strengthen our society’s reception capacity. Many migrants and refugees are left in a vulnerable position or are not adequately covered by the asylum system. Therefore, our proposed response is focused on both refugees included in European quotas and those people fleeing wars, persecution, deprivation or environmental disasters; the latter may be having difficulties to access the official systems and resources for reception, are included on a waiting list or belong to other vulnerable groups, including unaccompanied minors, trafficked women, undocumented/illegal immigrants and people in transit.
Our proposal is aimed at creating a reception network to accompany processes of social inclusion.