Migration is one of the great challenges of modern society. The 2015 refugee crisis showed us that migration will be prevalent throughout the 21st century, with distinct realities: economic migration (by choice), forced migration (as a result of armed conflict, climate disasters, religious and/or ethnic persecution, and other displacements).
Europe in particular faces several challenges when it comes to integrating these communities, namely with regard to asylum seekers in refugee camps/detention centres, undocumented migrants and unaccompanied minors.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation seeks to find ways to pre-empt problems and challenges, positioning itself as a national and international benchmark.
These are our goals:
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