NOW Mayors’
Network

NOW Mayors' Network

The NOW Working Group Mayors facilitates collaboration designed to support the efforts of municipalities to receive, integrate and care for refugees and especially refugee children as well as to lay emphasis on social cohesion among all residents in the administrated district.

NOW Working Group
Children’s Rights

NOW Working Group Children's Rights

The NOW Working Group Children’s Rights is an interdisciplinary and international group of practitioners and experts in the field of human rights with a focus on the rights and wellbeing of children. All its work is based on the firm conviction that every single child is a rights holder regardless of origin, gender, religion and their legal status.


NOW Working Group
Education and Diversity

NOW Research Network DESC

The NOW Working Group on Education and Diversity is an international and interdisciplinary group of researchers and practitioners in the field of education from Europe and the MENAT region (Middle East, North Africa and Turkey), engaged in researching and implementing projects addressing the inclusion of “newly arrived students” (NAS) in countries of transit and refuge.

NOW Working Group
Exploitation & Human Trafficking

NOW Working Group Exploitation

The NOW Working Group Exploitation aims to tackle the lack of public consciousness and misinformation by raising awareness and supporting stakeholders to prevent exploitation, protect individuals who are at risk to or who have experienced exploitation and prosecute perpetrators.


NOW Working Group
Gender Equality

NOW Working Group Gender Equality

The NOW Working Group Gender Equality aims to promote “Gender Equality beyond Borders”, and to address and prevent harmful practices against both genders.

NOW Working Group
Trauma Surviving

NOW Working Group Trauma Surviving

The NOW Working Group Trauma Surviving concentrates on general problems concerning trauma and trauma surviving, producing psycho-educative booklets to raise awareness for trauma and its symptoms and to encourage concerned youth to get support.