Maastricht Goes to Calais
Bringing concrete help to displaced people living in Calais.
We organise fundraising events to collect resources for the support
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Displaced people live in tents in informal camps and are subject to regular and often violent police evictions
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The goals of MG2C
Intro: human rights violations are closer than we think Human rights were invented to be universal. In theory, they are meant to grant everyone a minimum standard of living and being. The reality, however, looks very different. Human rights are selective, singling out those who are deemed unworthy of protection. We too often think of…
The threat of AI in the context of migration
By Caterina Marchini “Today, European lawmakers are facing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make sure AI technologies are used to protect, not surveil.” Lucie Audibert, lawyer at Privacy International Aljazeera European Digital Rights (EDRi) The use of technology to track migrants The development of technology is fast and unstoppable, and it gives great benefits to our…
Bringing concrete help to displaced people living in Calais. Founded in 2016 by students of Maastricht University.
Join us as we raise money, clothing, and food donations for the NGOs working directly with the refugee camps in Calais and Dunkerque. We aim to raise awareness about the critical situation, where most people live in tents in informal camps and are subject to regular and often violent police evictions. After these evictions, we support the local NGOs by distributing clothes, tents, sleeping bags, and food as much as possible.
In the long run, we would like to make it possible for displaced people to live safely and with dignity.