France: Calais migrant camp closure raises unaccompanied minors fears

In a new report, Tomáš Boček, the Secretary General’s Special Representative on migration and refugees, has revealed his concern that France has yet to offer detailed plans for the accommodation and care of all those in “the Calais Jungle.”

Podcast: How are Europe’s teachers coping with the migration crisis?

In a wide-ranging interview, Pestalozzi Programme pedagogical consultant Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard says teachers “are in great need of methods” and the iopportunity to share good practice with other education professionals.

Assembly resolution highlights migration, labour market reforms and Europe’s ‘demographic winter’

Europe’s ‘demographic winter’ should spur governments towards “forward-looking policies to attract qualified migrants,” according to the Parliamentary Assembly’s Migration Committee.

Podcast: “There is no refugee crisis,” says Strasbourg deputy mayor Nawel Rafik-Elmrini

“Hosting and integrating refugees with dignity is very important for us,” says Nawel Rafik-Elmrini. “If we don’t do it, it means that we as Europeans lose our own dignity.

Paris conference examines the plight of migrant children in Europe

One in three of the migrants and asylum seekers crossing between Greece and Turkey is a child. Last year, an estimated 300,000 children arrived in Europe, fleeing war, traumatised by violence and death and seeking refuge.