Welcome to the Transnational Migrant Platform Europe (TMP-E) Archive!

It is a work in progress and – a living library of selected resources on resistances, mobilizations and victories of the struggle of Migrant and Refugee Peoples as they work together with social movements and engaged solidarity organizations in building a transnational, anti-racist and inter-sectional movement for equality of rights, peace, solidarity and justice for all.

It includes current as well as historic references and resources from co-convenors and participant organizations in the TMP-E network.

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Transnational Migrant Platform Europe (TMP-E) – Current & Ongoing

### Art-ivism

Belisario, J. (2024). Campaign on a Europe-wide level regularization campaign for the rights of migrants and refugee peoples. Animated video-presentation.

Chen, P. (2022). Invocación a las mayorías silenciosas. Letraversal. https://letraversal.com/producto/invocacion-a-las-mayorias-silenciosas-paloma-chen/

English translations of the poems available at – https://www.worldliteraturetoday.org/2023/may/obscenity-paloma-chen

Chen, P. (2021). Global Pact of Solidarity. Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal working group. Animated video-presentation.


## Weaving a New Narrative on Migration and Asylum

The process of work with the PPT (2017-2020) on the Violations with Impunity of the Human Rights of Migrant and Refugee Peoples, bringing together more than 500 organizations, has generated a new narrative from the perspectives of migrant and refugee peoples which is now the basis and framework of a popular education campaign by TMP-E and other co-convening organizations.  

Permanent Peoples Tribunal 45th Session.(2017-2020). On the Violations with Impunity of the Human Rights of Migrant and Refugee Peoples (2020). Amsterdam: Co-Convenors and PPT Facilitation Work Group EN & ES.  Available at – https://permanentpeoplestribunal.org/the-tribunal/?lang=en

Specific Hearings: Barcelona (1 & 2), Palermo, Paris, London, Brussels, Berlin. Available at – https://ppt.transnationalmigrantplatform.net/

Algiers Charter: Universal Declaration on the Rights of Peoples, Algiers, 1976. Available at – http://permanentpeoplestribunal.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Carta-di-algeri-EN.pdf

### Acting Together – Campaigns and Mobilization

> Building Together a Pact of Solidarity

Declaration of Solidarity and Commitment to the rights of Migrants and Refugees around the world. (2023). Bogota: 8th International Conference, La Via Campesina. Available at – https://viacampesina.org/en/declaration-of-solidarity-and-commitment-to-the-rights-of-migrants-and-refugees-around-the-world/

Migrant Farmworkers: Organising and Resisting Before, During and After COVID-19. This webinar (2020) is co-organized by the Institute of Development Policy (University of Antwerp), the University of Bristol Law School, the Canada Caribbean Institute at Brock and University of West Indies and the Transnational Institute (TNI) in co-operation with LVC, UNITE, ITENGA Coalition of Immokalee Workers, Justice for Migrant Workers.Available at – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAom91BiG1E

Joint Agreement on an International Pact of Solidarity and Unity of Action for the Full Rights of Migrants and Refugees. (2018).Marrakesch. Available at – https://viacampesina.org/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2018/12/EN-AGREEMENT-MARRAKECH.pdf

Launch (2020) Sign-On Global Pact of Solidarity. Available at –

> We Are All Migrants and Refugees: Connecting Regularization Campaigns Europewide

Citizen’s Summit Brussels, March 21-22, 2024Report # Rapport # Informe (EN, FR, ES) prepared by TMP-E and CRID for Regularization Work Group.

Sommet_migration] [Sommet_migration_participants] Suites du Sommet des Peuples – Follow-up to the People’s Summit – Seguimientos de la Cumbre de los Pueblos. Brussels, October 2022 prepared by CRID EN, FR, ES.

RESPECT at Regularization Workshop-People’s Summit on Migration. (2022). Brussels. RESPECT Facebook


> Beyond Fortress Europe: End Militarization and Externalization of Borders

Magreb Social Forum/ Migration V. (2023). Nador-Melilla. Available at – https://transnationalmigrantplatform.net/maghreb-social-forum/

First Anniversary of Massacre at Nador-Melilla. (Morocco-Spain border, June 24. 2022). Available at – https://viacampesina.org/en/in-memory-of-the-victims-of-melilla-la-via-campesina-joins-the-vth-maghreb-social-forum-on-migration/

Joint Statement December. (2022). Available at –https://transnationalmigrantplatform.net/for-an-immediate-end-to-the-repressive-border-regime-18-december/ 

Repackaging Imperialism. (2023). Available on Transnational Institute website at –https://www.tni.org/en/publication/repackaging-imperialism

Fanning the Flames: How the EU is fueling a new arms race. (2022). Amsterdam: ENAAT and TNI Report. Available at – https://enaat.org/2022/03/17/fanning-the-flammes-how-the-eu-is-fuelling-a-new-arms-race-new-report

Context and Analysis

Hayden, S. (2022). My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World’s Deadliest Migration Route. London: 4th Estate.

Brennan, B. (ed). (2021). Building a New Narrative: Migrant and Refugee Peoples-Convergence of Voices and Journeys. Forum and Publication Co-ordination: Belisario, J., Berry, V., Contractor, N., Rutherford, A., Mumbai-Manila-Amsterdam, Transnational Migrant Platform Europe (TMP-E), Mrinal Gore Inter-Active Center for Social Justice and Peace in South Asia, Sentro Trade Union Center, Philippines, Focus on the Global South, European Coordination of La Via Campesina, Migreurop, Waling-Waling: Justice for all Migrants, Transnational Institute (TNI).

Kundnani, A. (2020). On A. Sivanandan’s Communities of Resistance. This is the introduction to a new edition of A. Sivanandan’s classic collection of essays Communities of Resistance: Writings on Black Struggles for Socialism.

Section: Beginnings – her/history

Acting Together in Challenging Times. (2008). Transnational Migrant Platform Europe (TMP-E) Amsterdam: TMP-E Facilitation Group.

Fekete, L. (2009). Migrant Coalition Building in Amsterdam. London: Institute of Race Relations. Available at –  https://irr.org.uk/article/migrant-coalition-building-in-amsterdam/

Fekete, L, Bouteldja, N., Muhe, N. (2010). Alternative Voices on Integration in Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK. London: Institute of Race Relations. Available at –  https://irr.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Alternative-voices-on-integration-in-austria-france-germany-the-netherlands-and-the-uk.pdf

CFMW pilot organizing projects (1983) – The Commission for Filipino Migrant Workers (CFMW) unites with and generates support for the Struggle of Filipino Migrant Workers – Brochure, Rome and London.

Magkaisa! Makiisa sa KAKAMMPI Kaisahan Mga Mangagawang Filipino sa Italia – (1983). Rome, Italy.

Hangang Kailan? Until When? (1986). Filipina Migrant Workers Between Myth and Reality.  Rome: Philippine Documentation Center and Commission for Filipino Migrant Workers-Italy.

Commission for Filipino Migrant Workers (CFMW) International Office, Amsterdam:  

Hacbang, N. (ed).  (1991). The Filipino Migrant Community: Facing the Challenge of 1992 in Europe and the Philippines (Kerkrade Conference Report).

Belen, Y., Valencia,D. (eds). (1992). Empowering Filipinas in Europe (Barcelona Conference Report).

Belisario, J., Jusay, F., Brennan, B., Hacbang, N. (eds). (1999). Who and What are We? The Filipino Youth in Europe? Sino at Ano Kami Mga a Kababatang Pinoy sa Europa? Amsterdam: Youth Encounter Barcelona Steering Committee and CFMW-Youth Desk.

Hacbang, N., Jusay. F., Brennan, B., (eds). (2000). Sharing the Future – Beyond the Year 2000 (Report Europewide Conference, Athens).

Platform of Filipino Migrant Organizations in Europe (Platform):

Filipino Migrant Agenda – For Equal Rights in Europe and Participative Development in the Philippines. (2000). Athens Declaration.

Panahon Na! (Now is the Time). (2003). Campaign on Overseas Voting and Dual Citizenship: Learning Lessons-Training. Resource Document available in Platform in Action-Migration Monitor. Amsterdam: CFMW and Platform.

Towards a Filipino Migrant Economic Agenda in Europe. (2003). Amsterdam: Commission for Filipino Migrant Workers and the Philippine Seafarers Assistance Programme (PSAP). Migrants and Seafarers Conference Declaration.

RESPECT Europewide Campaign: Migrant Domestic Workers:

Alhadeff, G., Anderson, B. (1998). Taking Liberties RESPECT Europewide Network Campaign-Justice for Migrant Domestic Workers. Brussels: Solidar.

Alhadeff, G. (2001). The Home: Heaven or Hell National Seminars on Migrant Domestic Workers and Violence-Report London, Malaga, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Paris, Athens, Genoa. Brussels: Solidar.

RESPECT NL and TRUSTED – Documents available at RESPECT Facebook:

Anderson, B. (2000). Doing the Dirty Work? The Global Politics of Domestic Labour. London: Zed Press.

Anderson, B. (1993). Britain’s Secret Slaves: An Investigation into the Plight of Overseas Domestic Workers. London: Anti-Slavery and Kalayaan.