Croatian ombudswoman to report police treatment of migrants to EU institutions

By |november 13th, 2018|Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, EU migrants, migrants, News|

Croatia's ombudswoman requested access to records on the treatment of migrants at the police station in Donji Lapac, central Croatia, in September but was refused. The relevant parliamentary committee does not seem to care either. EURACTIV Croatia repo...

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Portugal reaches agreement with Spain, France to welcome Aquarius migrants

By |september 26th, 2018|Antonio Costa, Aquarius ship, Dublin regulation, EU migrants, News|

The Portuguese government said on Tuesday (25 September) it had reached an agreement with Spain and France to welcome some of the migrants on board the last private rescue ship in the Mediterranean, after Italy refused to let the vessel dock.

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The Brief -Votes: boats or wallets?

By |junij 14th, 2018|EU migrants, News|

As the tenth anniversary of the fall of Lehman Brothers approaches, politicians can finally sigh with relief - Europe is out of the woods. For the first time in more than a decade, a majority of Europeans have a positive opinion on the situation of the...

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Italy’s rejection of Aquarius refugees lamentable and reprehensible, Nobel laureate says

By |junij 13th, 2018|Dublin System, EU migrants, migration crisis, News|

Italy’s decision to turn a blind eye to the plight of migrants is all the less comprehensible as the country has a strong history of migration, said Rigoberta Menchú, the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize winner, while congratulating Spain for allowing the ship to dock in Valencia.

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Tensions with Turkey increase migration across Greece’s land borders

By |maj 11th, 2018|EU migrants, Greece, News|

Refugee flows through Greece’s land borders have started rising again, causing frustration among EU and Greek authorities. According to UNHCR data, in April alone 2,900 people entered Greece via land passages at the borders of Evros River, mainly families from Syria and Iraq.

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ECRE head: Asylum management needs compliance, not new laws

By |november 30th, 2017|EU migrants, Hungary, News, refugee crisis, refugee quotas|

Some European countries are trying to enact restrictive policies and create a hostile atmosphere to discourage migrants and asylum seekers, blatantly ignoring EU and international law, Catherine Woollard told EURACTIV Slovakia reports.

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Migrants: Independent inquiry finds ‘likely’ use of excessive force by French police

By |oktober 24th, 2017|anti-immigrant, Calais Jungle, EU migrants, Human Rights Watch, News, police abuse, Refugees, use of force|

The French police "likely" used excessive force against migrants after dismantling the camp in Calais a year ago, an independent inquiry has found. But the ministry of interior insists that the “most serious allegations” were rejected. EURACTIV’s partner Ouest-France reports.

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The EU is not to blame for the rise of the far right

By |oktober 17th, 2017|AfD, EU migrants, far right, Libya crisis, News, populism, social inclusion|

Only a few months ago, experts called it a day on the rise of the far right. The lacklustre performance of populists in France and the Netherlands was taken as evidence of their demise. But this complacency has proved to be misplaced, writes Evgeny Pud...

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UK recruiters blame Brexit as staff shortage worsens

By |avgust 8th, 2017|Brexit, EU migrants, immigration, jobs, News|

A shortage of staff for British employers worsened in July, hurt by the departure of European Union workers after last year's Brexit vote, a group representing recruitment agencies said on Tuesday (8 August).

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Commission unveils migrant ‘action plan’ for Italy

By |julij 5th, 2017|Asylum seekers, Austria, EU migrants, EU migration pact, Italy, News, Refugees|

The European Commission on Tuesday (4 July) unveiled a new plan to help Italy cope with a massive fresh influx of migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea, mostly Africans setting sail from Libya.

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