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Black Book of Pushbacks

The Balkan route and daily human rights violations The Border Violence Monitoring Network (BVMN), in collaboration with the European Parliament…

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Burgas, Tonka’s border

Historian and diplomat, she has lived and studied the border to overcome physical barriers and travel between cultures «Two years…

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Puglia, the red house

The Museum of Memory and Hospitality remembers yesterday’s refugees More and more visitors from all over the world are discovering…

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In search of fortune

Italian emigration from the 19th century to the present day in the world’s press “That Italians have been, and still…

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Doctor Dimitris

On the island of Lesbos, treating migrants “These years are unforgettable for me. They changed me as a man and…

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Greece: Lead Poisoning Concerns in New Migrant Camp

Human Rights Watch warns about for the Mavrovouni centre in Moria, Lesbos Island According to Human Rights Watch, thousands of…

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A monument to the future

In El Fraile, Tenerife, a statue celebrates diversity as wealth At first glance, it looks like just a statue. At…

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How to tackle lies about migrants

Lies about migrants are spreading in Europe, accusing them of representing a risk of COVID-19 infection. A new study aims…

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Good neighbours

Good neighbours, in Swedish, it is said goda grannar. There are many people who, after a long journey, have learned…

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The Intra-African Migration

A report born from the collaboration between the European Parliament and the Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) “The main…

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Mixed migration and cities

The 2020 report of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) focuses on urban frontlines In the 2020 edition of its annual…

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Adeline’s teaching

“It all started almost by chance. I was there, there were all those people in trouble, I wanted to help….