Salvini fumes at EU court ruling on refugee returns

By |maj 17th, 2019|Asylum, deportation, forced returns, Frans Timmermans, Matteo Salvini, News, Refugees|

Italy’s hardline deputy prime minister reiterated his call to change the EU in reaction to a ruling  by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that refugees cannot be deported if their life or freedom is at risk in their home countries.

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Austria deports refused refugees in training and education

By |marec 1st, 2019|asylum applications, asylum claims, Asylum seekers, Austria, businesses, deportation, Education, labour shortage, News, News from capitals, Training|

Refugees in Austria who are refused asylum are rigorously deported, even if they are halfway through their training or education. There are now appeals from the Austrian economy to Chancellor Kurz. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Névache and Briançon – left to deal with migrants on their own

By |maj 7th, 2018|Briançon, deportation, EU borders, migrant crisis, migrants, Névache, News|

Following the closure of other roads, migrants embark on a clandestine Italian-French crossing in the Alps by the Col de l’Echelle. Local residents, haunted by fears of discovering dead bodies once the snow melts, are now getting organised to welcome them. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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France’s asylum reform at odds with European law

By |april 24th, 2018|asylum policy, Asylum seekers, deportation, Emmanuel Macron, European Court of Human Rights, France, immigration policy, News, Refugees|

Following a week of debates, French deputies adopted the controversial draft law on asylum and immigration in its first reading. However, some of the provisions could be contrary to European law on the matter. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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