STATEMENT ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD REFUGEE DAY 2021
‘When I was starving, you were not there, or when I was being evicted from the house, you were not there.’
Closed borders aren’t stopping Venezuelan migration, they’re just making it more dangerous
As migrants continue to reach Ceuta, Spanish pushback hardens.
Madrid ups border security in the North African enclave, returns thousands to Morocco, and fires tear gas into the buffer zone.
Glasgow protesters rejoice as men freed after immigration van standoff.
Hundreds of people surrounded vehicle men were held in and chanted ‘these are our neighbours, let them go’.
“Migrants and asylum seekers face particular challenges, in the Covid-19 pandemic, notably access to healthcare and vaccinations. We are increasing cooperation among member states to protect the most vulnerable persons”, said Council of Europe Secretary General Marija Pejčinović Burić.
The digitization of the world of work is fundamentally transforming how refugees can make a livelihood and obtain employment. A rapidly expanding global digital economy harbours countless new opportunities but it also poses a range of challenges and risks.
Economies should serve the human person. Issued together with the Vatican’s COVID19 Commission, the Migrants and Refugees Section’s latest Bulletin focuses on the way forward after the pandemic and reflects …
To mark the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, the European women’s Lobby (EWL) has launched a new report …
A lawsuit filed against the Greek state at the European court of human rights accuses Athens of a shocking level of violence in sophisticated inter-agency operations that form part of an illegal pushback strategy to stop the arrival of refugees and migrants.