The European Union shares responsibility for migration policy with the national governments of its member countries, who have agreed on common standards on legal migration and receiving asylum-seekers in a fair and dignified manner. However, the EU is still in the process of reforming its asylum and migration policy.
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Composted reads from the Guardian for the end of June 2022
Story of the week Why Britain desperately needs a new story about ‘glorious weather’ I remember chilly trips to the beach in Fife, and my first visit to the Mediterranean. The association of heat with pleasure is hard to shake – Ian Jack The good news There’s a simple way to unite everyone behind climateContinue reading “Composted reads from the Guardian for the end of June 2022”
Looking at 2021 in a nutshell
A brief overview of what is most noteworthy to remember about the 2021 events.
Greece: humanitarian workers’ lives remain on hold as trial is adjourned #2
In how far can people come to rescue people who are trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to enter Europe? This is at stake in Greece.
All those who come to the rescue of people at sea must be protected by their own countries and the European Union and must be assured that their rescue duties will not be compromised.