Undocumented people face many challenges in accessing basic and human rights in European cities. Since 2019, a network of grassroots, migrant-led and cultural institutional organisations have collaborated to co-create a Toolkit for Inclusive Cities: a collection of innovative and creative practices and ideas to make cities more inclusive, focused on undocumented people.
The Toolkit for Inclusive Cities is a collection of practices in European cities to make their cities more inclusive and accessible for undocumented people. The toolkit takes many forms: posters, videos, podcasts, workshops, and lectures. Out of 2 years of intense collaboration between various partners in Europe sharing the experiences, practices and knowledge on organising in the city and overcoming local challenges for undocumented people, the toolkit emerged. The toolkit will be presented during the conference on May 12 in Pakhuis de Zwijger. The conference continues for 2 days (on May 13-14) in BAK, basis voor actuele kunst in Utrecht, with work sessions and events.
The network City Rights United, started in 2019 by Here To Support, consists of partner organisations based on collaborations of citizens with and without documents.