ForumAsile received permission of author to repost his analysis of the EU Migration and Asylum Pact proposed recently by the EU Commission and currently negociated by all EU gorvernments. Francesco Maiani is Associate professor at the Centre of Comparative, European and International Law, Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration, , UniversityContinue Reading

Publié le 21 octobre sur le blog Le Temps des Réfugiés – Le Temps. Le 1er Mars 2019, la restructuration du domaine de l’asile entrait en vigueur. Elle devait permettre une procédure d’asile plus rapide et plus efficace avec la promesse d’une assistance juridique professionnelle gratuite pour les requérants d’asileContinue Reading

The campaign #HARDLYROCKETSCIENCE was launched by ECRE (European Council on Refugees and Exiles) to raise awareness on how European politicians have mismanaged the important issue of migration and asylum throwing the continent into a political crisis and provoking a humanitarian crisis at EU’s borders. Hence, the response to women, menContinue Reading

Probablement paralysée par la colère et la tristesse, j’ai dit à mon entourage que je n’écrirai pas sur l’incendie de Moria (île de Lesbos, Grèce) qui a ravagé, dans la nuit du 8 septembre, le plus grand camp de réfugiés en Europe (1). Mais je souhaite tout de même partagerContinue Reading

ForumAsile is reposting the excellent Editorial by Catherine Woollard, Director of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) published on 11 September 2020. Photo © Greystorm, July 2017. *** The autumn political season in Brussels started where it left off: when will the Pact arrive? How is COVID affecting everything?Continue Reading

Article by Matthias Monroy for Security Architectures and Police Collaboration in the EU. Photo © Asso Ventotto (Augusta Offshore). The disembarkation of rescued refugees in Libya is punishable under German law, including for merchant ships. This is documented by a Bundestag assessment. However, the Foreign Office and the public prosecutorsContinue Reading

Billet publié sur le blog Le temps des réfugiés  Photo © UNHCR/Mohamed Aldem Depuis le mois de janvier 6’500 requérants d’asile (1) et migrants interceptés en mer Méditerranée ont été refoulés en Libye où la guerre civile et la crise du coronavirus ont encore aggravé leur  situation.   La «politiqueContinue Reading