Statewatch is today publishing three new in-depth pieces, examining anti-migration cooperation between the EU, Italy and Libya; the renewal of Italy's Memorandum of Understanding with Libya and the accompanying parliamentary debate; and a briefing outlining demands for the new Spanish government to ensure that its migration policy respects human rights.
A warning that the UK government's "hostile environment" for undocumented migrants needs to be abolished in order to protect public health.
"For the refugees, coronavirus is a fused bomb. When, rather than if it blows it will be devastating.
Turkey is reportedly seeking more money from the European Union to prevent the departure of refugees heading across the borders with Greece and Bulgaria.
A new online book examines how the arrival of refugees in Europe from 2016 onwards "played into fears of cultural, religious, and ethnic differences across the continent."
The International Organization for Migration has called the returns "unacceptable".
A statement from the Transbalkan Solidarity Group.
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