Changing the rules of the game



On 10 December, International Human Rights Day, Europe turned green for people on the move. Thousands of people out a green light in their house, on buildings or on social media, to protest humanr rights violations on EU borders.

On the Polish-Belarussian border, people who are willing to offer food and clothes to people in need put a green light in their window, to signal that their place is safe. European citizens joined them on a mass scale and show that Europe is willing and ready to receive people on the move!


Ook in Nederland brandden duizenden groene lichtjes voor mensen op de vlucht. Om zoveel mogelijk politici met deze actie te bereiken vragen we jullie om foto's van je groene lichtje te mailen naar politici. De lijst met e-mail adressen van politici staan hier. De voorbeeldbrief en meer info over de actie vind je hier.

POSTPONED: Love thy neighbor

On 17 and 18 November, Christian democratic politicians from across Europe were supposed to meet on a congress in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The congress was postponed due to Covid and so is our protest. Keep an eye on our Facebook page (English or Dutch) or check out this website for updates!

44.000* NAMES

In June, we commemorated the 44.764 victims (and counting) who died on European borders since 1993. We say their names to mourn lost lives and make sure they are not forgotten. Actions took place in Greece, Poland, Romania, Bosnia, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Join the commemoration and #saytheirnames!

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