EU External Partners: NGO Accuses Türkiye of Forced Relocation of Syrian Refugees While UN Reports Gross Rights Violations on Their Return to Syria ― Italy’s Highest Court Rules That Handing Over Migrants to the Libyan Coast Guard is Illegal ― Mauritania Denies That It Will Host Migrants for the EU

EU External Partners: NGO Accuses Türkiye of Forced Relocation of Syrian Refugees While UN Reports Gross Rights Violations on Their Return to Syria ― Italy’s Highest Court Rules That Handing Over Migrants to the Libyan Coast Guard is Illegal ― Mauritania Denies That It Will Host Migrants for the EU

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has accused Türkiye of forcefully relocating Syrian refugees to areas under its control in Syria while a new report by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has revealed that many of them suffer gross human rights violations...
EU Northern Borders: ‘Migrant’ Electrocuted on Train in Paris But Others Rescued in the Channel ― Senegalese Teenager Convicted on Four Counts of Manslaughter for Piloting Small Boat that Sank in the Channel ― Government  Planning to Pay TikTok Influencers to Discourage Migrants from Trying to Cross the Channel in Small Boats ― Major People Smuggling Network Dismantled Following Large-scale Law Enforcement Operation Involving Police from Belgium, France and Germany

EU Northern Borders: ‘Migrant’ Electrocuted on Train in Paris But Others Rescued in the Channel ― Senegalese Teenager Convicted on Four Counts of Manslaughter for Piloting Small Boat that Sank in the Channel ― Government Planning to Pay TikTok Influencers to Discourage Migrants from Trying to Cross the Channel in Small Boats ― Major People Smuggling Network Dismantled Following Large-scale Law Enforcement Operation Involving Police from Belgium, France and Germany

A man who has only been identified as ‘a migrant’ was electrocuted after he climbed onto a stationary Eurostar train at a station in Paris while 140 people were rescued by French authorities in two days as they tried to cross the Channel in small boats. The Senegalese...
Mediterranean: Italy-Albania Deal Takes Another Step Forward ― Syrian Refugees Go Back and Forth Between Cyprus and Lebanon Despite Apparent Return Agreement ― More Crossings and Deaths as Italian Legislation Partly Blamed for 3000 Drownings in 2023

Mediterranean: Italy-Albania Deal Takes Another Step Forward ― Syrian Refugees Go Back and Forth Between Cyprus and Lebanon Despite Apparent Return Agreement ― More Crossings and Deaths as Italian Legislation Partly Blamed for 3000 Drownings in 2023

The Albanian parliament has voted to approve a deal for the country to house thousands of asylum seekers for Italy, despite protests from both opposition MPs and human rights groups. More than 100 Syrian refugees are stuck in limbo following a spat between Cyprus and...
France: Recent Decision By National Court of Asylum Decision Could Have Significant Impact for Palestinians from the Gaza Strip ― Tension in Mayotte Amid Possible Change to Citizenship Rights for Islanders ― Former Frontex Chief to Run in European Parliament Elections for Far-right Party

France: Recent Decision By National Court of Asylum Decision Could Have Significant Impact for Palestinians from the Gaza Strip ― Tension in Mayotte Amid Possible Change to Citizenship Rights for Islanders ― Former Frontex Chief to Run in European Parliament Elections for Far-right Party

The National Court of Asylum’s (CNDA) decision to grant asylum to a Palestinian man from the Gaza Strip due to the ‘violence of exceptional intensity’ that has affected the territory since October 2023 could provide a precedent for future protection. The government...
Launch of #EUisU Campaign

Launch of #EUisU Campaign

ECRE is pleased to announce the launch of its latest campaign: #EUisU! #EUisU is aimed at mobilising EU citizens, particularly socially-engaged young people and people with migrant backgrounds, to vote in the 2024 European Parliament elections that are taking place...