The White House’s intent to restore the global human rights agenda should prompt the EU and its member states to rethink their refugee policies, at a time when refugees and other displaced people face immense challenges
ECFR Paris is delighted to invite you to a virtual seminar on the migration crisis and European cooperation
The European Union can provide greater grassroots support to the Tunisian and Lebanese economies – and help avert an economic crisis abroad and political crisis at home
The German Council presidency should work within a coalition of the willing to find a solution on migration.
The project MAGYC and the Paris office of ECFR are delighted to invite you to a public virtual debate: “How the Covid-19 crisis shaped European migration governance” on Wednesday 30 September
The New Pact on Migration and Asylum risks shifting responsibility for hosting refugees from the geographically disadvantaged to the economically disadvantaged
The UK wants to “take back control” of its borders – but is now finding out the reality of what this means
Leaving these children in dire conditions endangers European values – but politically straightforward remedies are within reach
European countries should work to renew the UN Security Council resolution on cross-border humanitarian access to northern Syria, lest the area slides into a deeper humanitarian crisis
Even as it comes under intense pressure during the current crisis, the EU should not fail the most vulnerable displaced persons.