Monday, December 9, 2019
Home Migration – different approach

Migration – different approach

“Gyvenimo spalvos”: volunteering without language and culture borders

Lithuanian actress Eimutis Kvoščiauskas shares his experience of volunteering for the Syrian refugees families for the TV broadcast "Gyvenimo spalvos". The broadcast is available here Source:...

A home far from home

How does a place become a home? How can Lithuania become home to someone who hasn’t planned to end up here? These and other questions...

UNHCR: 10 Facts About Refugees

Refugees, asylum-seekers and displacement have in recent years become a hot topic in the political and public debate. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, provides...

Migration and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: an interactive tool

The relationship between migration and development is increasingly understood, but how migration affects development outcomes remains under-explored. This interactive tool is based on two years of...

Let’s talk about climate migrants, not climate refugees

The impacts of climate change, such as drought or sea-level rise, could push an increasing number of people to leave their homes in the...

Immigration policy in Lithuania: Hello, you are not welcome

The author of article share her insights about the  immigrants in Lithuania, their opportunities and the society who is not ready to welcome newcomers. The...

Employment opens doors for a Syrian refugee in Lithuania

Majd, a 30-year-old Syrian from Homs, was relocated to Lithuania from Greece with his wife and a daughter in 2017. Today he lives in...

Council of Europe launches Handbook on child-friendly information for children in migration

In response to the challenges that face children in migration the Council of Europe launches the Handbook for frontline professional on how to convey child-friendly...

Integration of migrant women

The integration of migrant women remains a critical issue. Besides the challenges of trying to improve language skills or accessing the labour market, migrant...

EU population growth mainly due to migration

The latest Eurostat data reveals that the population of the EU expands mainly due to migration. In 16 out of the 19 EU countries with population...