More than 40 universities, NGOs and not-for-profit organizations have become founding members of the RME Network during our inaugural conference in Rome in 2017. Together, we have joined forces to collaborate on refugee and migrant education. But we will not stop here! Our goal is to continuously expand the network and welcome new members who are able to contribute to achieving our objectives and engage in teaching, researching and/or providing educational services to or about migrants and refugees.

We encourage our members to participate in our network in a practical, engaged and active way. Those who have joined us so far are universities and not-for-profit organizations who have already established in working for the well-being of migrants and refugees. If you are interested in becoming a member of the RME Network, please get in touch.

Our members

Australian Catholic University (Australia)
BanQu (USA)
Being the Blessing Foundation (USA)
Caritas Internationalis (Italy)
Catholic Institute of the Mediterranean (France)
Catholic University of Mainz (Germany)
Catholic University of Pernambuco (Brazil)
Catholic University of Salta (Argentina)
Center for Interreligious Understanding (USA)
International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU) (France)
International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS) (France)
Jesuit Refugee Service (Italy)
Kiron (Germany)
Le Moyne College (USA)
Magna Graecia University Catanzaro (Italy)

Observatorio Iberoamericano sobre Movilidad Humana, Migraciones y Desarrollo (OBIMID) (Spain)
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Chile)
Pontifical Gregorian University (Italy)
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
Saint John the Baptist Foundation (Holy See)
Silent University (Germany)
Stella Maris College, Chennai (India)
Universidade Católica de Salvador (Brazil)
Universitat Ramon Llull (Spain)
Université Catholique de Lille (France)
Université Saint Joseph de Beyrouth (Lebanon)
Université Sainte Famille (Liban)
University of San Francisco (USA)
Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego – Warsaw (Poland)
World Refugee School (USA)