To make it through the pandemic all of us must get the care we need, no matter where we live. The Greek government has been making this impossible for newcomers they are holding in camps. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Italy’s highest court confirmed last Friday that the arrest of Carola Rackete in June was unlawful. To avoid similar mistakes happening in the future we need to reform the outdated Facilitation Directive.
Journalists play a crucial role in healthy democracies. They bring information to light to inform the public about important issues and expose abuses by those in power.
The decision to create a commissioner for “protecting our European way of life” is a regrettable start to Usrula von der Leyen’s term as European Commissioner.
The Society for Civil Rights (GFF) is conducting a comprehensive study on the invasive search and inspection of asylum seekers' mobile phones by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF).
The controversy surrounding the rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 and its captain, Carola Rackete, once again divides opinion in Europe. The legality of her actions is however undisputed.
Where is the fun in being a sea captain? In the last four years, more than 158 people have been investigated or prosecuted for acts of solidarity.
According to a new poll by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), people from Spain, Italy, Greece, Poland, Hungary and Romania, whose populations are either remaining static or falling sharply, are more...
Denmark's new immigration law is more than a raft of harsh new regulations. It represents a fundamental shift in the government’s focus, from integration to deportation.
A reality show with no cameras (or rewards). Just a fight for survival. Denmark's new immigration plan looks more like a bad Survivor script. To react, or not to react? It shouldn't even be a question.