Setting the EU scene: a management crisis, not a refugee crisis
The EU can and must show leadership in managing refugee movements effectively in accordance with international law.
Migration crisis in 2017 – challenges for EU solidarity
Changes in the political scene may lead to the reformation of migration policy in EU countries, and that in turn may...
Tomorrow’s Agency for Asylum
The new EU Agency for Asylum will play a crucial part in the near future in making a robust migration management...
Transatlantic data transfers and privacy protection: an ongoing battle
A meaningful legal response would be the establishment of global privacy standards – a ‘new universal law on...
Refugee crisis and Central and Eastern Europe: what solidarity do we need?
There is a disconnect between law and practice whereby the EU is continually reforming the Common European Asylum...
Challenges of the Mediterranean illegal migration crisis
The perspective of those who are at sea, whatever the conditions, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per...
It is time to move beyond the Dublin logic
Dublin IV is built on deterrence… the overriding imperative being to prevent asylum seekers from arriving...
Three humanitarian proposals
"The people we rescue are increasingly reporting having been exploited, abused, beaten, kidnapped for ransom or...
Migrant smuggling to the EU – the need for a coordinated response
From national authorities to EU institutions and international organisations, it is imperative that efforts to...
Migration policies: effective ways to address smuggling
The European Council should review progress on the overall approach at its meetings in March and in June 2017, on...