Over the course of 2017, migration was indisputably at the heart of the international agenda. The Mediterranean was the most important migration route in previous years but in 2017 the Continue Reading
In September 2015, EU leaders agreed that each country would accept a number of migrants over two years to reduce the pressure on Italy and Greece. In spite of this Continue Reading
In the age of technology, a large proportion of refugees and migrants have a smartphone. This situation can be used to the advantage of refugees and migrants. Everybody knows that Continue Reading
Margit Fauser is a Senior Lecturer at Bielefeld University Faculty of Sociology . She works on International Migration, Multiculturalism, and Transnationalism. Yasemin Yıldız made an interview with Margit on the Continue Reading
On Monday, October 9, the French President Emmanuel Macron declared that the plan to process asylum requests in Niger and Chad was entering its final phases. Macron originally announced this Continue Reading
The French President Emmanuel Macron announced that 10,000 refugees would be resettled in the country, in co-operation with UNHCR. Refugees from Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, Niger, and Chad will be selected based Continue Reading
IOM (International Organization for Migration) and UN Migration Agency published a report about Mediterranean migrant sea arrivals in 2016-2017.
“We have drastically reduced the loss of life in the Mediterranean.” said Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission. It seems a glamourus sentence asserting that the European institutions held its Continue Reading
Immigrants who have lost hope in the Aegean islands are directing themselves to a new alternative: the Black Sea Route. A flow of refugees has accelerated and become very much Continue Reading
The trial was a cornerstone in terms of the refugee crisis in EU and it looks like the repercussions of the decision is going to continue.