Related Projects

Watch The Med

Watch The Med is an online mapping platform to monitor the deaths and violations of migrants’ rights at the maritime borders of the EU. The WatchTheMed project was initiated as part of the 2012 Boats4People campaign in the Central Mediterranean. Today the project further involves a wide network of organisations, activists and researchers.

Welcome to Europe provides information to refugees and migrants that might be useful on their journey to and through Europe. Through the platform w2eu wants to give access to counseling and useful contacts in different european countries. From the very start at the outer borders of Europe, many forces are going in an inhuman direction: people are refused entry, are imprisoned and deported. Nevertheless they are coming – challenging the migration regime. And there are movements supporting them in their struggle for a better life.


borderline-europe is a non-profit association, independent from political parties or governments. The work shall be an act of civil resistance against the compartmentalisation of the European Union and the deathly consequences. The ambitions are a wide public information, the networking of european initiatives and political lobbying at national and EU level.


Boats 4 People is a coalition of 14 organizations in 7 countries created to defend the rights of migrants at sea.

Voix des Migrants

Voix des Migrants is an initiative which is organized by and for migrants to show the situation von migrants and refugees and to sensibilities and mobilize them to fight for their rights. Voix des Migrants participated in several events where strong experiences were made. In 2011 VdM participated at the “World Social Forum” in Dakar and at the “Karawane Bamako-Dakar” (for freedom of movement and the end of the border regime) together with L’Afrique-Europe Interact. In 2012 VdM participated at the “Social forum for the rights of migrants” in Tunisia together with boats4people. In 2013, Voix des Migrants were part of the big march on the Moroccan market in Tanger against the oppression and the killing of migrants. In 2014 VdM participated at the “No Border Last Forever” conference in Frankfurt together with Welcome2Europe. In June VdM was part of the freedom march to Strasburg/Brussels together with Freedom Not Frontex. 2015 Voix des Migrants attended together with CISPM/Berlin the conference “Stop war on migrants”. The struggle will continue!

Forschungsgesellschaft Flucht & Migration

FFM has been in existence since 1994 and is a non-profit association of research and documentation. The main focus lies on the situation of refugees and migrants in the peripheries of Europe and on the Fortress Europe policies. The points of reference for the FFM are the struggles and rights of refugees and migrants. On the blog you can find daily news about boat-people and the balcan route – and our archive of the last 20 years.

Africe-Europe Interact

Afrique-Europe-Interact is a small, transnationally organised network that was founded in early 2010. It consists of grassroots activists mainly from Mali, Togo, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands – many of them self-organised refugees, migrants and people who were deported.

Politically speaking, Afrique-Europe-Interact has two main goals: one is to publicly criticise and shame the EU migration policies; the other is to draw attention to the structural reasons for flight and migration and therefore the demand for fair and self-determined development. The right to global movement and settlement is only one side of the coin. What is equally important is the right to stay – that is, the possibility to live a secure, dignified and self-determined life in one’s home country/country of origin.

NoBorder Morocco

No Borders Morocco – Morocco Migrant Solidarity is a lose network of activists-migrants-people, based in/between Morocco and Europe. NBM try to keep a continuous flow of information from the people based in Morocco towards the wider European and Moroccan public. “No Borders Morocco” is an umbrella term for any efforts to create stronger infrastructure for the self-organisation of migrants in Morocco seeking to enter Europe.