Balkan Refugee Trail – A Pathway to European Solidarity


Centre for Peace Studies started to implement project Balkan Refugee trail – A Pathway to European Solidarty co-financed by the Europe for Citizens Programm of the European Union - Democratic engagement and civic participation. 

This project is coordinated by Interkulturelles Zentrum, Austria and project partners are  Ebony African Cultural, Arts and Human Rights Organisation from Hungary,  Asylkoordination Austria,  Legis from  FYR Macedonia, Legal-informational centre for nongovernmental organisations from Slovenia,  Greek Council for Refugees,  Asylum Protection Centre from Serbia and Centre for Peace Studies from Croatia. 

The project revisits initiatives of spontaneous civic engagement that have developed along the Balkans refugee route and explores, if the lessons learned there can be taken to a European policy level and help promote ideas of European solidarity. It investigates how from their grass roots experience can be used to develop the solidarity needed on European level to address social challenges, find cooperative solutions and thus shape the future of Europe. Furthermore, the project tries to support the momentum of civic engagement by assessing the support needs of civic initiatives and volunteers in order to enable their continued contribution to society. In particular, recommendations shall be elaborated to better tackle these needs through various EU programmes and strategies.

Project activities:

  • Research work (local research implemented by project partners)
  • Exchange meeting
  • Local activities
  • Joint European Event
  • Dissemination activities


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