The Nausica programme provides temporary housing and specialised intervention services for individuals or families (in the case of ACATHI, SOGI) who have applied for or benefited from international protection and who are in a situation of vulnerability and social exclusion.
AIDS-Hilfe Schwäbisch Gmünd was founded on 18 July 1995. The team assists with housing searches, visits from the authorities, problems of discrimination and is an emotional support for the refugees. Together they work to enable these people to start a new life in safety.
The project houses LGBT+ refugees and facilitates connections with other organizations and resources in Athens to help its beneficiaries access food, healthcare, psychosocial support, job training, language training and employment. Housing and community-based project which aims to address the basic needs of LGBTQI+ individuals and provide a holistic range of support services throughout the various stages of social integration + provides housing for up to 1 year, with the aim of facilitating information transfer within a supportive context and enabling its members to gradually integrate into Greek society.
Le Refuge is the only organisation in France, recognised as being of public utility, to offer temporary accommodation and social, medical, psychological and legal support to young adults who are victims of homophobia or transphobia and who are experiencing family breakdown.
Rainbow Welcome! visual identity has been developed by Alison Roger France, in collaboration with PLS and all the partners.
She studied the complexity of sexuality, sexual orientations, genders, gender expressions, identities, sexual characteristics, fluidity between the various spectrums, etc. She also adopted a reflective creation process including refugees’ journey in life and on earth to finally come with those organic forms whose nasting, movements and textures aim at illustrating the multiplicity and complexity of each and all individuals. Of course, the colours of the LGBTIQ+ flag have been used. The whole is wanted to be dynamic, intriguing and … positive. Our message is the one of reception and inclusion, as stated in our motto “Rainbow refugees, WELCOME!”.