Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryThe Danish refugee bill and what happens when you treat everyone the same
The seizure of asylum seekers’ assets in Denmark confirms that the state sees refugees as economic burdens by default, but this new bill makes them dependent by design.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The “European refugee crisis”: why all migrants matter
With the closure of the Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian and Macedonian borders to all migrants who are not of Syrian, Iraqi or Afghan nationality, the international community has sent out a worrying signal.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?You are the border, not us: Greek – Macedonia border
UNHCR, the leading UN refugee protection agency, is supporting the enforcement of border restrictions designed to implement a selective right to claim asylum based on nationality.