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Tackling the socio-economic reasons for departure: a prerequisite for a good Mobility Partnership African countries are among our most crucial partners to tackle this migration crisis, being both source and transit countries. They also bear significant part of the human cost of this situation. The Arab Spring heavily destabilised the whole region, assesses Ralph Genetzke… » read more

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L’internet est un espace de liberté qu’il faut impérativement préserver, mais cette liberté est-elle absolue ? Il est difficile de l’imaginer : nous l’avons vu à propos de son rôle dans la propagation du racisme, de la xénophobie, de l’antisémitisme, aujourd’hui c’est de lutte contre la cybercriminalité dont il est question. Un premier constat a… » read more

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The European Court of Justice can neither write nor adopt any new piece of European legislation because the EU respects closely the principle of separation of powers. But it does not mean the ECJ can not grant new rights to Europeans and non-Europeans living in the EU through audacious interpretations of the existing legislations and… » read more

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The Brexit Election Theresa May kicked off Britain’s formal election campaign by accusing the European Union of interfering. “Threats against Britain have been issued by European politicians and officials”, she said. “All of these acts have been deliberately timed to affect the result of the general election.” The Russian Embassy in London tweeted: ‘Praise God… » read more

  Posted by Andrew Duff - On Governing Europe

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Each year since 1985, the European citizens celebrated Europe Day yesterday. It was also the opportunity for the EU institutions and the different non-governmental organisations to promote the European integration and their every-day work to take action in favour of further integration. The idea of a European unity emerged several times during the history of… » read more

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By Raphael Shilhav, Oxfam EU migration policy advisor The EU’s ‘hotspots’ for migrants arriving in Italy and Greece place people at risk. That is one of the findings of a report by the European Court of Auditors last week. ‘Hotspots’ are a key pillar of the EU’s migration response, aiming at helping Greece and Italy… » read more

  Posted by Oxfam's EU Advocacy office in Brussels

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