HRN Blog

Read more about the latest happennings at Horizon Resource Network e.V. and relevant news for migrants and migrant organisations.

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Heart & Mind

Empowering young migrant women to cope with challenges, and facilitate their integration into their new communities.

A Taste of Home

Migrants share and highlight the challenges limiting their integration in Hamburg.

More News

  • Three community projects in Kerry have been awarded substantial funding, each receiving approximately €5,000 to support the integration of migrants. This funding comes from the Communities Integration Fund provided by the Department of Integration, which aims to assist local projects across Ireland in fostering the inclusion and integration of migrants […]
  • The Home Secretary has announced a robust plan to increase the deportation of migrants in the UK who have no legal right to remain. In a piece for The Sun, Yvette Cooper criticized the previous Tory government’s focus on the Rwanda Partnership, describing the asylum system as chaotic. She revealed […]
  • Two men lost their lives, and a third is in critical condition after two shootings occurred minutes apart near a migrant shelter in Brooklyn, police and law enforcement sources reported. The incidents unfolded late Sunday night, causing significant alarm and prompting a swift investigation by authorities. The first shooting took […]
  • Recently, a woman sparked a significant online debate by criticizing Indian migrants in Canada, accusing them of damaging the country’s reputation. Canada has long been a preferred destination for Indians seeking new opportunities, and the number of Indian immigrants has steadily increased over the years. The controversy began when Megha […]
  • France has recently implemented tougher regulations concerning the employment of undocumented migrants as part of a broader effort to enhance immigration control and combat illegal labour. French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin announced these new measures, which include stricter conditions for issuing residence permits and the introduction of fines for companies […]
  • In a troubling incident in Ciudad Juarez, three individuals have been arrested on charges of kidnapping 12 migrants. According to reports from the Secretariat of Public Safety of the State (Secretaría de Seguridad Pública del Estado), the arrests came after a tip-off about suspicious behavior in the Praderas del Sol […]
  • At least 40 Haitian migrants died and many more were injured after a boat they were on caught fire off Haiti’s northern coast, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported on Friday. The boat, carrying at least 80 people and heading to Turks and Caicos, departed from Cap-Haïtien around 4 […]
  • The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has reaffirmed its dedication to supporting migration affairs in Cambodia. During a recent meeting, Kristin Parco, the outgoing Chief of Mission for IOM in Cambodia, emphasized the organization’s ongoing commitment to cooperating with the Cambodian government. She expressed gratitude for the Ministry of Labour […]
  • A new free soccer program called Amigos Unidos FC (United Friends) has been launched for migrant children living in city-run shelters in Chicago. Initiated by Hannah McGee, a pre-med student at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and her friend Sofia Castro, the program aims to provide a recreational outlet for […]
  • In a major legal action, the U.S. Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Southwest Key, the largest provider of shelters for unaccompanied migrant children in the United States. The lawsuit, lodged in the Western District of Texas, accuses the Austin-based nonprofit organization of widespread sexual abuse and harassment […]
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