Reset empowers volunteers to welcome refugees into communities. It was set up in 2018 to coordinate with the growth of the Community Sponsorship movement across the UK and has since then embraced all forms of community-led welcome. [...]
Despite increased discussions and activities on complementary pathways into protection into the EU in recent years, one issue has emerged but rarely been discussed: the secondary movement of beneficiaries of complementary pathways.
For the 2nd year within the framework orf the COMET project, the University of Clermont Auvergne will be welcoming students who were refugees in a first country of asylum along the Central Mediterranean route and who wish to continue their studies in France. [...]
COMET is part of the global ecosystem of admissions programs. Its civil society partners support the key principles and objectives set out in this year’s NGO statement, key amongst which are additionality, equity and partnerships. [...]
Primitive arrived at the Université Jean Monnet in Saint Etienne (France) though the UNIV’R university corridors programme – University for Refugees, a broad network piloted by UNHCR which, through Forum Réfugiés, is part of the COMET project [...]
This toolkit aims to help policymakers, program implementers, and other actors involved in migrant integration efforts more fully leverage evidence in their work, and thus promote the development of an evidence culture in the field[...]
Two COMET partner organisations are represented at this year's meeting of the Working Group on Resettlement which is preparing for UNHCR's Annual Tri-Partite Consultations on Resettlement in Geneva at the end of June. [...]
50 Syrian refugees - families and individuals, including also 23 minors and some persons with disabilities - landed this morning at Rome Fiumicino. Their entry to Italy was facilitated by a network of humanitarian corridors promoted by [...]