The mutual legal assistance that Belgian authorities recently granted to Kazakhstan in the context of an investigation concerning a Kazakh refugee woman in Belgium raises questions on the conditions under which such collaboration can operate.
The case of a Tajik family's extended placement in a detention centre, which caused the mother to attempt suicide, will be considered by the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
A group of 14 attorneys provided assistance to persons seeking international protection in Poland at a crossing point on the border with Belarus, a frontier where the rights of asylum seekers are blatantly ignored.
Every minute, 24 people are forced to flee their homes because of violence or persecution. A new report looks at the implementation of international protections for migrants in Italy.
A comprehensive online handbook has become available to help guide asylum seekers through the procedures for registering an application for asylum and international protection in Bulgaria, the examination of the...