PATH Resources

Some inspiration and resources related to the topic of PATH project.

PATH exhibition - This publication presents stories of refugees, helpers and children of the Spanish Civil War, WWII and the Balkan wars along with a historical background. It was created thanks to contributions of the participants of different activities of the PATH project who followed the traces of past stories of forced migration and connected them with the current refugee influx and its impact on Europe in 2017. It was presented in a form of a n exhibition for the first time at the PATH Final event in Sofia, Bulgaria in January 2018. If you would like to show the physical exhibition at one of your events, please contact the International Secretariat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Back in 1990s SCI carried out the Crossing Borders - international refugee campaign, aiming at 1) developing concrete actions with refugees, 2) campaign for fairer legislation and policies and 3) raising awareness of and expressing solidarity with refugees. Have a look into the Resource Pack material that was developed back then.

Resource Pack 1

Resource Pack 2

Resource Pack-pedagogical tools

Implementation report of the campaign from 1997

Memoric Booklet - Memory Beyond Rhetoric, WWI and the growth of the pacifist movement in Europe: Looking back 100 years to understand the present we face and build the future we yearn.

The Building Bridges Toolkit is a web platform, designed to share the know-how on voluntary projects involving asylum seekers and refugees as well as raising awareness on forced migration in general. There are inspiring case studies of successful projects on the topic, practical guidelines on how to organize such projects and specific methods you can use.

Exhibition SCI Catalunya - “Volunteerism for peace: memory and present” got the support of “Memorial Democratic”, well recognized Catalonian institution which works towards “Recovering Memory”, especially with respect to the Spanish Civil War.