human development, social justice and sustainable social systems
#whatishome – Campaign Video - Year 2

An initiative of the
Caritas MIND project

What is HOME is a Europe-wide campaign on the meaning of home, the reasons behind migration and the importance of sustainable development in this context

Our summer campaign



Our Common Home series is out!

Building on the experience of the Caritas network working with migrants and refugees, these pioneering publications articulate our vision on migration and development.

Our 11 national reports are available online.

Our regional publication Common Home: migration and development in Europe and beyond is the last report. It is based on the findings, testimonies and good practices of the national studies, and on the analysis of European and international statistical databases and literature. Read it here.


is a Europe-wide campaign focusing on the reasons behind migration. It aims to create a broader understanding of why people move from one place to another and how the lack of sustainable development forces some people to do so.


This website was produced in the framework of the MIND project, which has received the financial support of the DEAR Programme of the European Union. The information contained on this website does not necessarily reflect the position of the European Union.

MIND is a 3-year project financed by the European Commission (DG DEVCO) on migration and sustainable development, with Caritas Austria in the lead, along with Caritas Bavaria (Germany), Caritas International Belgium,

Caritas Bulgaria, Caritas Czech Republic, Caritas Europa, Caritas Italy, Cordaid (Caritas Netherlands), Caritas Portugal, Caritas Slovakia, Caritas Slovenia and Caritas Sweden as partners.