- The solidarity with which Ukrainian refugees are met must also apply to refugees from other regions in the world. The municipal council takes a public stand on the situation in countries from which many refugees seek and find their way to Switzerland and shows solidarity with those who suffer, as has happened with the refugees from Ukraine.
- The municipal council publicly and especially also with the federal government and the canton of Bern advocates that the conditions for all refugees in Switzerland improve. Thus, it also advocates that the F status be improved.
- The municipal council must speak out clearly and publicly against xenophobic sentiment, also and especially when it comes from politics itself.
- In order to reduce prejudices, the municipal council is publicly and politically committed to ensuring that refugees can participate in public life and are not, as has been the case up to now, marginalized simply because of the place where they have to live.
- The municipal council advocates with the canton to set the emergency aid at a minimum of 12 CHF, as the canton of Basel-Stadt is doing.
- The Municipal Council advocates with the Canton to abolish return centers and to create housing conditions that are humane, especially for vulnerable refugees, families and unaccompanied minors.
- The Municipal Council lobbies the canton to create an independent ombudsman office where asylum seekers, rejected asylum seekers and Sans-Papiers and otherwise illegalized people can report and file complaints anonymously.
- The municipal council establishes an independent ombudsman office in Bern where asylum seekers, rejected asylum seekers and Sans-Papiers and otherwise illegalized people can report and file complaints anonymously.
The Municipal Council requests the City Council to declare items 1 to 7 as a directive and to reject item 8.