Patricia Casandra Papuc
Issues Without Borders
IWB FOR REFUGEES
Do you want to know more about refugees in your country?
Do you want to hear their life stories?
Do you want to discover how your state is tackling this issue?
Do you want to have a positive impact in society?
Check out our project and be part of something great!
This idea is defending human rights. It`s about tolerance, about young europeans wanting a better future for their continent. It s about youth initiative, about working hard for your ideals in life, about caring for others, being an active EU citizen, basically it is all about the EU principle: Unity in diversity. Just looking at the team, 28 people from 28 different countries working together having the same goal, that of making it better for others.
The successful outcome would be for the European Parliament to appreciate our research and vote for this petition, which could be implemented as a New EU directive for refugees. If this would happen that the lives of millions of refugees could be better in Europe in the future, because Europe would be better prepared to receive the ones who truly need it and not allow so many of them to abuse a system full of flaws. So we do not want the borders to be open for everyone, but for those we are in need of it.
We would like to start our research in April and gather all the 28 presentations on the site until Christmas. We also need to advertise the project on the site until that moment, make it visible, make people aware. We will also upload a survey on the site in September, to find out how many things do people know about refugees, this survey helping us in our research. After Christmas all 28 of us will have to meet online several times in order to brainstorm the idea, create drafts, change them, debate them until we have the final version
After we have the final version and we register at the European Commission then we focus only on gathering the signatures in order for the petition to pass and be debated at the EU Parliament.
Funding requested from Advocate Europe