A deep insight into the lives of those trying to cross the English Channel, and why they choose to risk their lives doing so. Maël Galisson is an independent journalist focusing on migration and border […]
“Staff have abused refugees for talking in line, coughing, and not cleaning their rooms, the Border Violence Monitoring Network claims.” Read the full article HERE.
‘Since 2015, the EU has increasingly demanded that African states repress migration on its behalf. It secures their compliance through economic coercion — exploiting debt relations which have in recent times sharply turned in favor […]
The agreement between Italy and Albania to relocate asylum seekers to an Italian run enclave in the Balkans country is unlikely to be legal, and will only make asylum processes more arduous and cumbersome. Lorenzo […]
Poland is set for a referendum on refugees to coincide with its parliamentary elections in October – a cocktail that will surely benefit the far-right. Paweł Cywiński has a PhD in social sciences and works at […]
Useful insight into what countries on the other side of the Mediterranean gain from signing migration control deals with the EU. It’s not good. Katharina Natter is Senior Assistant Professor at the Institute of Political […]
The EU’s latest partner across the Med is carrying out a campaign of violence, mass expulsions and political repression. In ‘Politco.EU’. Read the article HERE.
The UK Government made a song and dance about helping Ukrainian refugees – now 7,300 Ukrainian households are homeless, and the real figure is likely to be higher. Richard Machin is a Senior Lecturer in […]
A deadly case study in how crises – in this case climate and refugees – interweave. Read the article HERE.
In June, Italy’s government impounded the Sea-Eye 4 rescue ship for 20 days as part of a crackdown on NGOs that save migrants’ lives at sea. Crew members told Robin Jaspert why they won’t be intimidated by authorities […]