14-20 January 2020

  • Danish asylum centre slammed in anti-torture report
  • Greece: Migrants face increasingly harsh conditions
  • Dozens of German cities petition to take in more refugees

20 January 2020

DENMARK: 'Unacceptable for people': Danish asylum centre slammed in anti-torture report

"The Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture published on Tuesday a highly critical report on a detention centre in Denmark."

20 January 2020

EU: How do the European media cover migration?

A new study examining media coverage of migration in different EU states.

20 January 2020

Greece: Migrants face increasingly hostile conditions

"Refugees and migrants trying to make their journey into Europe are facing increasingly hostile conditions - forcing them to take huge risks to their safety."

20 January 2020

UNHCR’s Recommendations for the Croatian and German Presidencies of the Council of the European Union (EU) January - December 2020

A document setting out UNHCR's priorities for EU policy on asylum in the coming year.

14 January 2020

Greece: Chios: Protesters boo, throw water bottles at Dep Labor Minister over Migration policy

"Serious incidents erupted in the town hall of the island of Chios on Monday night, where Deputy Minister of Labor, Notis Mitarakis was booed and became the target of protesters angry over the government’s migration policy and the creation of a new structure for refugees and migrants."

14 January 2020

Greece: Chios: Protesters boo, throw water bottles at Dep Labor Minister over Migration policy (1)

"Serious incidents erupted in the town hall of the island of Chios on Monday night, where Deputy Minister of Labor, Notis Mitarakis was booed and became the target of protesters angry over the government’s migration policy and the creation of a new structure for refugees and migrants."

14 January 2020

Greece to build new facilities for 15,000 migrants

"The Greek government has decided to build 10 new facilities to house 15,000 migrants, as new irregular arrivals from neighbouring Turkey continue."

 

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