Manifesto created by children and young people of the Combocarte project: educational project for a greater protagonism of children and young people in Medellín. What are the problems in ...
WEB OF THE STREET 2020
Thank you all for your participation in the International Digital Forum of Social Street Workers
The International Digital Forum of Social Streetworkers permitted a better understanding of damages due to the pandemic on precarious people. During the press conference ending the week of debates, ...
We reiterate our call on the governments of EU Member States, with support from the European Commission, to urgently relocate displaced individuals from Greece. Lesvos and the other EU ...
Civil dialogue and structured discussion between DG Employment of the European Commission and civil society organisations
Dynamo International - Street Workers Network is recognized as a European network to combat poverty and social exclusion and, as such, we are participating in the ongoing process of the Strategic Dialogue between the European Commission and civil society inherited from the Lisbon 2020 Strategy.
Open letter to European governments : Call for the urgent relocation of 1,800 unaccompanied children trapped on the Greek islands
France, Germany, Portugal, Ireland, Luxembourg, Croatia and Lithuania have already pledged to receive refugee children from Greece, away from camps such as Moria, where no child should live. But out of the 1600 children, only 62 have been moved so far. EU member states can do better. There is no time to lose.
In one week, more than 80 organisations from around the world joined together to demand protection, screening and re-housing for homeless people, migrants and refugees. Join us now! #COVID19 #ProtectTheUnhoused
Social street workers in America, Africa, Asia and Europe are concerned about the security excesses that some governments are taking in the fight against the spread of COVID-19, they are also worried about the decisions that these governments will take after this crisis in relation to the most excluded populations.