Gerald Knaus, the man widely considered responsible for coming up with the EU-Turkey Deal that has trapped thousands of people in squalid conditions on Greek islands, is now calling for those camps to be evacuated.
Citing COVID-19, Authorities Arbitrarily Detain New Arrivals
A paper from the Centre for European Policy Studies looks at whether the right to privacy will be violated in the name of addressing the coronavirus pandemic.
Portugal is granting temporary rights to people with pending residency applications, including asylum-seekers, residence until at least 1 July.
A report from the Greek-Turkish border.
An article by the director of the GLOBSEC think-tank.
More news on the new powers granting the Hungarian government the ability to rule by decree.
Professor Steve Peers sets out what the Northern Ireland Protocol will actually mean regarding checks at the border between the Republic and Northern Ireland.
At the end of February, the Turkish government announced it would allow refugees to travel onwards to Greece and Bulgaria, in the hope of extracting from the EU further financial support as well as backing for its military operations in Syria. It has now taken up its role as Europe’s border guard again, but the manufactured crisis induced by the Turkish decision and the EU response highlight the long-term failings of the EU’s asylum and migration model.
A mobile library for refugees in Greece is raising funds for a new van.
The Austrian NGO None of Your Business looks at data protection law and location tracking apps being proposed in Europe.
Over 100 MEPs from four political groups in the European Parliament have called on the European Commission to take action so that "fundamental rights and the right to asylum" are upheld in Greece. Their calls have been echoed by dozens of migration policy experts working on EU-funded projects.
Viktor Orbán's 'Enabling Act' has been passed into law by the Hungarian parliament.
A report in the Financial Times highlights the brutal treatment meted out to people on the move in the Balkans.
A new campaign has been launched calling for the release of three young men who prevented a boat that had rescued them from returning them to Libya. They are being charged with terrorism offences in Malta.
Victims of colonial massacres must be paid compensation by the Dutch state, a court has ruled.
The UK government must act to grant EU citizens living in the UK the right to stay.
North Macedonia has joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization military alliance.
The annual report of the European Data Protection Supervisor has been published.
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