The Campaign is being coordinated by the Jesuit Refugee Service, aditus foundation and Integra foundation, in collaboration with several other organizations, civil society and concerned individuals.
Through this campaign we are calling on the government to establish a legal pathway to regularisation for all rejected asylum seekers who have lived in Malta for 5 years or more and have not been returned to their country through no fault of their own, so that they may be able to live with dignity.
The Jesuit Refugee Service seeks to accompany, serve and defend the rights of asylum seekers and forcibly displaced persons who arrive in Malta. Each arrival’s story bears witness to traumatised, disrupted pasts but also to a remarkable will to survive against all odds
aditus foundation is a young, independent, voluntary, non-profit and non-governmental organization established in 2011 with a mission to monitor, report and act on access to fundamental human rights access in Malta.
Integra Foundation’s vision is that of supporting inclusive, non-discriminating and non-disabling societies, where all individuals have the right to human dignity, freedom, respect and social justice. Our mission is that of facilitating the space for marginalised individuals and groups to be listened to and to have an active and meaningful say in their lives and well-being on their own terms.
This campaign has been endorsed by the following organizations:
aditus foundation, African Media Association Malta, The Critical Institute, Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants, Gender Liberation, Integra Foundation, International Association for Refugees, JRS Malta, KOPIN, Malta Emigrants’ Commission, Maltese-Serbian Community, MGRM, Migrant Women Association in Malta, Moroccan Community in Malta, Moviment Grafﬁtti, Organisation for Friendship in Diversity, the People for Change Foundation, the Platform of Human Rights Organisations in Malta, SKOP, SOS Malta, Spark 15, Sudanese Community, Third Country National Support Network