Global Strategy

The overall SB OverSeas strategy is structured according to three main pillars, as listed below. SBO aims at

Improving the living conditions of refugee communities in Europe and in the Middle East and empowering local communities in developing countries by

Building strategic partnerships at the local, European and international levels undertaking a multi-stakeholder approach while

Conducting advocacy work for the respect of refugee’s communities’ social, economic and cultural rights globally.

Global Strategy

  1. Developing projects, programes and activities aimed at fostering the human, social and cultural rights and capabilities of refugee communities
  2. Building strategic partnerships at the local, European and international levels
  3. Advocating at the local, European and international level for refugees’ rights, integration and inclusion
  • Identifying the needs of refugee communities, closing the gaps and providing concrete support.
  • Project-results oriented approach
  • Streamlining the successful activities and programmes and sharing good practices
  • Spreading successful experiences to be replicated by local actors and partners in the field in order to empower local communities and fostering their development
  • Joining forces and taking common initiatives with key stakeholders (private and public) in order to maximize our impact
  • Raising the voices and representing the interests of young asylum seekers in Belgium and refugees in the Middle East and building a bridge between different cultures and diverse mentalities for the rights of children and women
  • Monitoring and advocating for the respect of European and International policies
  • Socio-cultural and economic empowerment, education, inclusion and integration, humanitarian aid
  • Human, social and cultural rights of less privileged groups, Education
  • Human, social and cultural rights of less privileged groups
  • Education for global and solidarity citizenship
  • Refugees communities – bottom-up approach
  • Any actors with stakes related to the migration field – Multi-stakeholder’s approach
  • General Public
  • Belgium and Middle East
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