CILD learned that a Covid-positive Gambian man with an Italian residence permit had been transferred to a quarantine ship, with no prior notice. Dozens of similar cases of migrants being quarantined in this way soon emerged.
Chechen asylum seekers, who had repeatedly been refused an opportunity to file applications for international protection by the Polish Border Guard, have successfully challenged Poland at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
A new study examines the data carrier evaluation of refugees by German authorities. The result: refugees are subject to second-class data protection.
Human rights violations of migrants are occurring daily across Croatia. Now organisations are calling for an end to these illegal practices.
In August 2019, after visiting people who had been abused and illegaly returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina, MEP Erik Marquardt gave an interview for the Croatian daily newspaper which was never published. The...
The president of the Republic of Croatia has confirmed that Croatian police are conducting push-backs from Croatia to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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.
The German CDU party politician was shot in his home this weekend. In 2015, following a confrontation with the nationalist group Pegida, Lübcke received death threats and his address was published on a racist blog.
The online news outlet H-alter reports that, over the past six months, many eye-witness accounts have emerged suggesting that Croatian police are detaining and torturing refugees and migrants in a garage at the police...
The crew of the rescue ship “Iuventa” from the German NGO Jugend Rettet has been honored by the Swiss Paul Grüninger Foundation with a human rights award for saving the lives of thousands of men, women and children in the central Mediterranean.