It welcomes ideas of difference and represents a positive push towards lowering xenophobia against refugees.
Who is Eligible to Receive the Label?
If you are helping refugees in any way - apply to get the label! Yet, be sure to meet one of the set criteria:
1. Employment of refugees;
2. Service/Product creation for refugees;
3. Awareness raising for better public-opinion & integration;
4. Response to the basic needs of refugees.
If you think that you make good deeds in any of these categories - apply to get the badge! If you know others who do it, you can apply on their behalf as well.
Note: after receiving your nominations, each candidate will then be cross-checked for compliance with the mentioned criteria.
The label design was chosen through an open-to-public competition. Now it's your time to use it!
The key goal of the label is to represent an open, refugee-friendly environment.
Those who fit the criteria and are awarded will receive:
(1) a certificate of compliance (perfect for the office);
(2) stickers to use in public;
(3) online label for your website/digital use.
At the same time, the list of local refugee-friendly organisations and individuals will be published here so that others could see the great work they do.
So don't hesitate and help us rightfully award socially responsible organisations and individuals!
The application form can be found here.
Registration of organizations and businesses (open from 15-May, 2018)
Analysis of registered organizations and businesses against refugee-friendly criteria
Publications of refugee-friendly organizations and businesses on the website
Award of the everyone-welcome label to the chosen businesses and organizations
So far we have awarded more than 50 organisations and individuals who are working towards togetherness and openness to everyone in Europe. Here is a list of our closest partners:
Awarded organisations supporting migrants in Croatia
Awarded organiastions supporting migrants in Lithuania
Awarded individuals supporting migrants in Lithuania
Awarded organisations supporting migrants in Latvia