Inside Malawi’s largest refugee camp, thousands of lives are kept without a vivid view of tomorrow under strict governing policies. But there is hope.
The Covid-19 crisis had an immediate impact on migrants, both those who remain in Libya and those who attempt to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
On Human Rights Day, we spoke with Katharina Lumpp (UNHCR) about international refugee protection, resettlement, and complementary pathways for...
Katharina Rose, Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions (GANHRI) Geneva Representative, talks about the discussions taking place at the...
Henrik Meyer on what the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan means for Turkey and the future of the EU-Turkey migration pact.
On this occasion we spoke with UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, about the right to asylum and Europe’s role and responsibilities.
The European Union Commission’s new Pact on Migration and Asylum reflects a continued trend of externalization and deterrence.
What about the human rights situation in Libya? We interviewed Tarik Lamloum from the Libyan NGO Belaady on this issue.
Last week, European leaders decided to extend the EU-Turkey refugee deal. But the agreement has been a complete disaster. Europe needs a new strategy
Interview with Birgit Sippel
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