The aim of the project is to support the Polish migration and asylum management system to address the needs of vulnerable migrants, as well as to strengthen institutional capacities and improve existing solutions through cross-setor and international cooperation, exchange of good practices, as well as policy analyses and publications.
Through thematic trainings, workshops and networking activities, it aims to strengthen institutional capacities and improve skills among target persons working with vulnerable migrants, such as: unaccompanied minors, people with disabilities, elderly, pregnant women, single parents, victims of human trafficking, people suffering from serious illnesses, people with mental disorders and people who have been subjected to serious forms of mental and physical violence.
On the other hand, the project intends to improve the situation of vulnerable migrants by offering direct and free assistance: providing legal and psychological services, and integration support for vulnerable migrants, who see refugee status in Poland, are in return proceedings or received temporary protection in Poland.
Office for Foreigners (UdSC)
Association for Legal Intervention (SIP)
Polish Migration Forum Foundation (PFM)