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Pushbacks by sea

The complaint of the Adriatic Ports Network “The Adriatic Ports Network expresses its concern about the policy of rejections and…

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Traiskirchen and Norbert’s commitment

“My mother is from the Alps, in southern Austria; my father is also from the Alps, but in northern Slovenia….

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Maritime Migration to Europe

Focus on the Overseas Route to the Canary Islands The number of migrants and asylum seekers reaching Europe in 2020…

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Hungary, between two worlds

“I still remember one little girl, in the middle of the buses that were ready to leave. She was terrified,…

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The Big Wall

An investigation into how Italy has tried to stop immigration from Africa – also using European funds – and how…

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Croatia and the Balkan Route

Interview with Maddalena Avon of the Centre for Peace Studies in Zagreb Croatia continues to represent a fundamental junction along…

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Italy-France border, a blow to solidarity

Closed a house occupied by volunteers who have been welcoming migrants since 2018 Yesterday morning, at dawn, the eviction of…

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Lampedusa, between memory and future

The monument to the victims of the 2013 shipwreck The signs of migration are everywhere on Lampedusa, but they should…

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The Brenner Pass

The border as destiny There are monuments that celebrate the past, others that were created so that the past does…

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The pain of waiting

Resignation Syndrome is not just a Swedish problem It is as if, at some point, time stops. Boys and girls,…

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The impact of governmental organisations on human rights

EuroMed Rights’ latest report highlights how government-organised NGOs spread alternative human rights narratives to support authoritarian governments In its latest…

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Pushed To The Brink?

The impact of COVID-19 on environmental migration in the Sahel The first confirmed cases of COVID-19 emerged in the Sahel…