The Bulgarian Council on Refugees and Migrants (BCRM) is committed to the establishment of a fair and efficient asylum and migration system...
The Bulgarian Council on Refugees and Migrants (BCRM) works to ensure the sustainable role of the civil society organisations in the system for protection...
The BCRM stands by the right of every person to receive protection for reasons of race, religion, nationality, belonging to a definite social group or political opinion...
Who we are?
The Bulgarian Council on Refugees and Migrants (BCRM) is a civil society organization acting in the field of asylum and migration in Bulgaria.
The BCRM is a platform for advocacy, lobbying and fundraising for the protection, reception and integration of refugees and migrants.
The BCRM works for further strengthening of the cooperation between the state institutions and the nongovernmental organizations in the field of the national asylum and migration policy and practice.
The BCRM aims to further develop the relations among the nongovernmental organizations, based on common principles and values, division of functions and responsibilities.
The BCRM objective is to enhance the role of the civil society in the formulation of a fair and just national and European asylum, migration and integration policy and practice.
Since its founding, the Bulgarian Council for Refugees and Migrants is implementing projects related to the development of the civil society structures in the area of international protection, migration and integration.
PROJECT - Advocacy for Integration of Refugees in Bulgaria, financed by UNHCR
PROJECT - The National Integration Evaluation Mechanism (NIEM), co-financed by the European Union, Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund
PROJECT - REFU'IN An Innovative tool for inclusion of Refugees, financed by Erasmus+
The Bulgarian Council on Refugees and Migrants, as an association of organisations of longstanding experience and professional competency has the capacity to influence and support the social transformation towards efficient protection and integration of refugees and migrants.
We present to your attention the Second issue of the Academic Bulletin "Refugees: Today and Tomorrow". The second i...