Diaconia Valdese (DV), together with the Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy (FCEI), and the Protestant Federation of France (FEP) in France signed Minutes of Agreement with the relevant Ministries for the establishment of Humanitarian Corridors (HC) to ensure the legal and safe resettlement of vulnerable people in need of international/humanitarian protection from outside the EU. The Project aims to promote legal, safe and durable integration practices and is co-funded by the European Union under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).

Our Plan

A first objective of the project is to ensure that migrants arriving in Italy and France via HCs will be accompanied towards their full and effective social, cultural and economic integration within EU society through the implementation of a wide range of pre-departure and post-arrival activities. Secondly, the achievements of the Humanitarian Corridors experiences in France and in Italy will be disseminated to institutions and practitioners in Europe so as to incentivise the application of durable European integration practices within private sponsorship and other complementary pathways.

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