Balkan Refugee Trail – A Pathway for European Solidarity


Balkan Refugee Trail – A Pathway for European Solidarity

Crisis of Solidarity and Responsibility? A Multinational Analysis of Civil Society Contribution 2015 – 2017

Authors: Danai Avgeri, Aleksandra Davidovska, Sena Maric, Miha Nabergoj, Victor Nagy, Spyros Vlad Oikonomou, Andjelka Pantović, Anna Schreilechner, Jana Sojanovic, Erin Traeger, Tea Vidović, Jovana Vincic
Editors: Anna Schreilechner, Herbert Langthaler, Radoš Đurovic, Besnik Hamiti, Joshua Gordon, Martina Nicheva, Mariana Fragkou 

Interkulturelles Zentrum, Vienna, 2017

In the framework of the transnational project Balkan Refugee Trail – A Pathway for European Solidarity, representatives of eight partner NGOs – asylkoordination österreich, Asylum Protection Center (APC/CZA), Center for Peace Studies (CMS), Greek Council for Refugees, Hungarian Helsinki Committee, Interkulturelles Zentrum (IZ), Legis and the Legal-Informational Centre for NGOs (PIC) – from seven countries along the so-called “Western Balkan route” conducted research and interviews or established focus groups in order to gain a deeper knowledge and to gather insights into the current situation of refugees and civil society’s role and activities in the field of asylum, refugees, and integration during the period from mid-2015 until mid-2017. In this report, the preliminary outcomes are portrayed. 

This publication was funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme.

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