Stop the Inhumanity at Europe’s Borders!


This is the homepage of the collective campaign: Stop the Inhumanity at Europe’s Borders. It aims to create a civil society mobilisation to maximise its political impact. There are currently over 100 signatories and you will find a rolling list of all the signatory organisations’ logos above, and their names are at the bottom of this webpage.

The campaign will bring together experienced and expert organisations in the fields of humanitarian response, asylum, and migrant rights in order to pressure European governments and relevant European institutions to profoundly reform the current border regime and practices, and to stop the appalling inhumanities being experienced by people on the move.

After the official launch of the campaign on 30 January 2024, the Collective Demand with an accompanying cover letter was sent to 36 Heads of European Governments on 1st March. The text of this standard letter can be found here. To receive a copy of the letter to a specific government, write to .

New signatories are welcome as the campaign evolves. To join the campaign, your civil society organisation can sign-up as a co-signatory to the Collective Demand by filling out this form.

Of course we welcome any contribution to relay the campaign to the authorities, the media and other concerned stakehdolders in your own area, as well as suggestions for events that you may be able to organize. Efforts to convince civil society members of your own network to sign up will be much appreciated.

As the campaign progresses, you will be kept informed of further actions that will be planned to amplify our collective impact.

Signatories to the campaign

List of current signatories to the campaign / Liste der Organisationen, die sich der Forderung bereits angeschlossen haben / Liste des organisations qui ont déjà signé cet appel / Elenco delle organizzazioni che hanno già firmato questo appello / Aquí está la lista de los firmantes actuales de la campaña

  1. A Buon Diritto
  2. AASIA On The Road
  3. Action Education
  4. ActionAid International
  5. ADRA Germany
  6. AMERA International
  7. Association for Integration and Migration (SIMI)
  8. Association d’étude des droits fondamentaux de l’Université Paris-Saclay
  9. Association Nationale des Villes et Territoires Accueillants (ANVITA)
  10. Asylum Justice UK
  11. Asylum Welcome
  12. Birmingham City of Sanctuary
  13. Bristol Hospitality Network
  14. Care4Calais
  15. Casa Dei Diritti Sociali OdV
  16. Centre Primo Levi
  17. Christian Aid
  18. Collective Aid
  19. Comisión Española de Ayuda al Refugiado (CEAR)
  20. Conflict Analysis Network (CAN)
  21. Danish Refugee Council
  22. Detention Forum
  23. Dignity in Europe (European Citizens’ Initiative)
  24. Dutch Council for Refugees
  25. Emergency
  26. Emmaüs Europe
  27. Emmaüs International
  28. Equal Legal Aid
  29. EuroMed Rights
  30. Europe Cares e.V. / Paréa Lesvos
  31. European Coalition of Migrants and Refugees
  32. European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)
  33. Fondation Terre des hommes
  34. Forum réfugiés
  35. Freedom from Torture
  36. Fundación PorCausa
  37. German Doctors e.V.
  38. Global Detention Project
  39. Greek Council for Refugees (GCR)
  40. Groupe URD
  41. Habitat-Cité
  42. Handicap International – Humanity & Inclusion
  43. Helen Bamber Foundation
  44. Herts for Refugees
  45. Humacoop-Amel France
  46. Human Rights League
  47. Human Rights Legal Project
  48. Humans For Rights Network
  49. ICS (Consorzio Italiano di Solidarietà)
  50. Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA)
  51. International Centre for Eritrean Refugees and Asylum-Seekers (ICERAS)
  52. International Rescue Committee (IRC)
  53. Intersos
  54. Intersos Hellas
  55. iuventa-crew
  56. Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI)
  57. JRS Europe
  58. Konsorcjum Migracyjne
  59. La Chaîne de l’Espoir
  60. La Cimade
  61. Ligue des droits de l’Homme (LDH)
  62. Médecins du Monde International Network
  64. Melitea
  65. Methoria
  66. Migrant Voice
  67. Mixed Migration Centre
  68. Mouvement contre le Racisme et pour l’Amitié entre les Peuples (MRAP)
  69. Moving Cities
  71. No to Hassockfield
  72. Norwegian Church Aid
  73. Norwegian Refugee Council
  74. Observatori DESCA
  75. Ocalenie Foundation
  76. Ohaha Family Foundation
  77. Oxfam
  78. Polish Humanitarian Action
  79. Praxis
  80. Protection International
  81. Quaker Council for European Affairs
  82. Queerstion Media
  83. r42-SailAndRescue
  84. RAMFEL
  85. Re:Borders Kollektiv
  86. Refugee Action
  87. Refugee Council (UK)
  88. Refugee Education UK
  89. Refugees in Libya
  90. Refugees International
  91. Refugee Legal Support (RLS)
  92. Refugee Support Ballaghaderreen
  93. Refugee Support Europe
  95. Sea-Eye e.V.
  96. Secours Islamique France (SIF)
  97. Seebrücke
  98. Shabaka
  99. Solidarités International
  100. SOS Humanity
  101. SOS Méditerranée
  102. Starfish Foundation
  103. Stop Border Violence (European Citizens’ Initiative)
  104. Stowarzyszenie Interwencji Prawnej (Association for Legal Intervention), Poland
  105. Student Action for Refugees (STAR)
  106. Swiss Church Aid (HEKS/EPER)
  107. Tax for Humanity
  108. The Black Female Professors Forum
  109. Tous Migrants
  110. United Against Inhumanity (UAI)
  111. United Nations Association, London and South East Region (UNA LASER)
  112. United4Rescue – Gemeinsam retten e.V.
  113. Vapaa Liikkuvuus – Free Movement
  114. Wandsworth United Nations Association
  115. Welcome Office Lesvos
  116. West London Welcome
  117. Westminster United Nations Association