Short Impact Report – June 2020

This short impact report offers a glimpse of the work carried out by DRW from September 2017 until June 2020. A goal has been to keep the report short so detail is limited but still given so that the reader can gain a good understanding of the project at hand. The purpose of this document is to be able to spread information on DRW with a hope to find funding for a future national knowledge and support center for disabled migrants.

Short on the webinar: Disabled Refugees and Liberty

On Tuesday, May 5th, the Disabled Refugees Welcome Project (DRW) celebrated with European Network for Independent Living (ENIL) the European Independent Living Day and broadcast live its webinar “Disabled Refugees and Liberty”. Hear what UNHCR’s protection officer – disability inclusion Ricardo Pla Cordero says about their work with migrants with norm-breaking functionality in the EU, … Continue reading Short on the webinar: Disabled Refugees and Liberty

DRW and Coronavirus – 23 March 2020

A report on the present situation by Jamie Bolling Coronavirus disease – COVID-19 is a world pandemic and crisis for all countries. This both as the healthcare systems are overloaded and people are dying. We are also in a world economic crisis to which we do not see the end nor grasp the results. What … Continue reading DRW and Coronavirus – 23 March 2020

DRW’s information manual- The road to reciprocal integration

A manual for public institutions and civil society organisations that meet migrants with *non-normative abilities and work with reception, establishment, integration and social support. The DRW’s information manual goes through theoretical critical frameworks, the legal systems for migration and social rights, and an analysis of how the system works for the target group based on … Continue reading DRW’s information manual- The road to reciprocal integration

UNDP’s migration unit visited and interviewed DRW’s team

The18th of October 2018 representants of the UNDP Migration Unit’s Saran Kaba Jones,  Lena Mucha, Johan Tholson and Jon Rudberg visited DRW’s offices and met with the DRW team and interviewed Julius Ntobuah on his experiences as a refugee to Sweden with a disability. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has over the summer, in … Continue reading UNDP’s migration unit visited and interviewed DRW’s team