COFACE members are identified family experts advocating for and engaging in local projects supporting all family rights and support measures.  While our members are not firmly rooted in migration policy, their support services in social, family and education policy covers migration in different ways and contributes to building inclusive societies in Europe. We consulted our network to find out more about their advocacy work and projects targeting children and families in migration. We received feedback from members across European regions regarding current state of plays, emerging challenges, and current activities. Here below are some examples from Belgium, Spain, Finland, Bulgaria and Greece, which highlight how family organisations contribute to building a Welcoming Europe.

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