France: Court makes €15,000 award after Calais ‘Jungle’ human rights breach

The complaint concerned the failure by French authorities to provide an unaccompanied foreign minor with care before and after the dismantling of the makeshift camps set up in the southern section of the “lande de Calais” (“Calais heath”).

Dunja Mijatović: European states must put human rights at the centre of their migration policies

“European states’ current approach to the arrivals of refugees and migrants has transformed a manageable issue into an extremely divisive topic, in particular within EU member states,” says the Commissioner for Human Rights.

Report: The situation of migrants and refugees in Serbia and transit zones in Hungary

Thousands of migrants and refugees who travelled along the Western Balkans’ migration route in 2015 and 2016 are now stranded in Serbia in a precarious legal situation.

Podcast: Portrait of a migrant

In this podcast, Leo Zbanke describes the crucial events that took him as a 10 year old child from Moldova to Russia. He then explains why he was on the move again, as a young adult, fleeing his adoptive home for France.

Podcast: Conference on smuggling of migrants

Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland warned today against the dual problems of smuggling and human trafficking.