The record number of 283 applications for this year’s EESC Civil Society Prize on Migration, has clearly shown that migration and the integration of refugees continues to be a major area of action and concern for European Civil Society. The 2016 Prize will reward model and inspiring projects that represent the best of human solidarity in Europe and which have demonstrated real on the ground impact.
The EESC has shortlisted 5 applications from Hungary, Germany, Spain and two from Greece for the 2016 European Civil Society Prize on Migration. This year’s Prize is intended to go to individuals and organisations who have distinguished themselves through their work in improving the lives of migrants and fostering their integration in European society.
Read more about the prize here