Asylum and integration policies


'Welcome" initiative against separating refugees

The decision to tighten refugee entry criteria, allowing only the transit of persons from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, and stopping those who do not come from war-affected countries, is a serious blow to the rule of law and brings people who come in search of a safe haven into an insecure position, activists of the "Welcome" Refugee Support Initiative said on Friday.


Appeal to Governments in the Region: Raise Your Voice for Solidarity and Open Europe

Croatian Initiative „Welcome!“ that brings together over 60 associations, together with Slovenian and Hungarian activists, submitted a letter to the Government of Republic of Croatia and the Government of Republic of Slovenia on the eve of the emergency meeting of the leaders of European states to take place on Sunday, October 25th.Civil society organisations in the region consider this meeting critical for the prevention of human tragedies that are escalating due to political frictions and lack of coordination among neighbouring countries on the so-called Balkan route. 


One Month of Humanitarian Crisis in Croatia

The "Welcome" Initiative for refugees support, one month after the humanitarian crisis in Croatia started and almost 200.000 refugees entered the country, is organizing a discussion with activists and volunteers from Serbia and Slovenia "One Month of Humanitarian Crisis in Croatia" on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Zelena akcija premises (Frankopanska 1, Zagreb).


Shutting down borders cannot become practice

“Welcome” Initiative strongly condemns the shutting down of Hungarian border for refugees. The shutting down of the border and the putting up of additional obstacles in front of people who are forced to leave their homes only contributes to the escalation of the humanitarian crisis. 

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