20.01.2020
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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01.01.2020
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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12.09.2019
The Cobra Effect: “Fighting” Migration Gets Europe Nowhere

Oxford anthropologist Ruben Andersson discusses how EU migration policies have proved counterproductive, calling instead for a systemic approach.

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20.05.2019
Holding Up the Mirror to Fortress Europe

The rise of borders and securitisation is putting core European values at stake. Caterina Guidi examines how the question of migration is riving Europe to its core.

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09.05.2019
A Matter of Human Rights: Malta’s Experience of Migration

The founder of Maltese NGO aditus foundation discusses challenges to protect the human rights of arriving migrants and the erosion of rule of law.

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13.03.2019
Fast Forward: An die Nachgeborenen (2049)

The Croatian author and philosopher recalls German poet and playwright Bertold Brecht to remind humanity of the untold horrors that inaction leads to.

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09.08.2018
On the Move: Experiences of Migration from Poland

An interview on the evolving experiences of Polish migrants and the political currents which underpin them.

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07.08.2018
The Population Was “Frozen”: Why Hungarians Started Migrating

An interview examining the driving forces and effects of changing attitudes to migration in Hungary.

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29.06.2018
After Europe – Thinking About Europe with the Help of Ivan Krastev

Reflections on Europe joining the dots of migration, populism, and democracy in the light of Ivan Krastev’s latest book.

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17.05.2018
Bridging the 82-km Happiness Gap: Can Estonia Stem the Labour Exodus to Finland?

Tens of thousands of Estonian workers commute to Finland, said to be the world’s happiest nation. Silja Kudel examines Estonia’s ongoing struggle with ‘brain drain’.

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