Faces of the Crisis

How the cost of living crisis affects the everyday lives of people around Europe.

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Climate Change and Migration: Myths and Realities

The University of Liège researcher explains how our changing environment is making people move, calling for evidence-based policy decisions.

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Asylum in a Climate-Changed World: Bridging the Protection Gap in the EU

Climate migration is already a reality. A coherent and binding solution must be determined at the EU and international levels.

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The Future of the EU: Soldiers, Barbed Wire and Surveillance

Prospects of EU reform are slim and austerity and Fortress Europe are set to continue. What does this mean for progressive strategies around Europe?

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Europe: The Reconstruction of the Free World

National borders are a reality – and for most people, they are something that is taken for granted and indeed necessary.

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The Collapse of the EU? The Return of Borders and the Danger of Populism

The Left in Europe might be tempted to answer with Left-wing populism to the current return of borders and to the broader socioeconomic crisis. This is playing with fire. An escalation of populism would actually benefit Right-wing populism. Only a consistent Europeanisation led by the Left can respond to the 21st century challenges of Europe.

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“It is a catastrophe” – Interview with Ska Keller on the EU’s Refugee Policies

This year, hundreds of thousands of refugees have entered the EU in the hope of a new life and a safer future for themselves and their families. However, instead of welcoming them, European politicians are trying to keep them out EU territory, or at least away from their own countries.

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Silence is not enough: Green proposals for a European migration and asylum strategy

To avoid further catastrophes and deaths in the Mediterranean we need a radical shift in the priorities of EU asylum policies. Increasing the budget of the “Triton” operation of the EU border surveillance agency FRONTEX and doing another minute of silence is not enough!

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