w2eu.info provides information to refugees and migrants that might be useful on their journey to and through Europe. We want to give access to counseling and useful contacts in different european countries.
From the very start at the outer borders of Europe, many forces are going in an inhuman direction: people are refused entry, are imprisoned and deported. Nevertheless they are coming - challenging the migration regime. And there are movements supporting them in their struggle for a better life.
“I can see clearly now what Europe looks like, that it sends its armies to fight us at the sea and puts us in awful prisons. Together we have to start a second journey to another safe place that might exist in the future.” (Eritrean woman, arriving on the island of Lesvos)
We welcome all travellers on their difficult trip and wish all of them a good journey - because freedom of movement is everybody’s right!
We intend to keep the available information up-to-date. But the asylum system changes all the time and you will have to contact specialized lawyers and counselors to find out if the information is still valid!
If you find anything on the site that is no longer valid, please let us know by sending an email.
There are always exceptions to the rule : the asylum system is depending very much on the particular case. Specialized lawyers may sometimes find possibilities. Contact counselors in the country where you have arrived.
We work without any paid staff on this webguide and we focus on providing information to migrant communities. We don’t have the time to work on other requests:
- We don’t offer any jobs or internships.
- We don’t offer to answer requests by researchers or journalists.
- Spread this site and link it.
- We are always in need of translators from English into French, Arabic and Farsi.
- This web guide is a work in progress:
If you have any other special information, don’t hesitate to send us your material.
If you have further topics and questions that need an answer, let us know.
If you know people in different European countries who are experienced in counseling, bring them into contact with us.