Brussels, 09 May 2019 The European Parliament elections of 23-26 May 2019 take place at a time when the Euro-Mediterranean region is at a turning point. This Europe Day, 9 May, EuroMed Rights calls on the candidates and future European parliamentarians to take a strong stance and lead by example in promoting the founding values … Continued
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EU’s external cooperation on migration & border management: promoting or restricting migrants’ and refugee rights?
Brussels 19 March 2019 Migration is a pillar of the external cooperation of the European Union (EU) and its Member States with their Maghreb neighbours, in line with the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (2005) and the Valletta Action Plan (2015). On 7 March 2019, Ministers at the Justice and Home Affairs Council agreed … Continued
International Labour Conference: Will Endangered Trade Unions Rights in Algeria Go Unnoticed? (update)
Despite steady documentation and monitoring of intensifying repression against independent unionists in Algeria, it seems that the International Labour Organisation won’t be examining the case of Algeria during the 105th session of the International Labour Conference (from May 30- June 10 2016). EuroMed Rights has produced several reports and notes detailing how crackdown on independent unionists … Continued
In June 2014, EuroMed Rights (EMHRN) published a Position Paper on refugees from Syria. A year later, the situation has dramatically worsened with almost 12 million people displaced, 4 million of whom outside of Syria. Refugees from Syria seek refuge anywhere they can, fleeing a war entering its fifth year with no resolution in sight. Countries … Continued
Prioritising border control over human Lives: Violations of the rights of migrants and refugees at sea
The EMHRN warns that the security approach so far adopted not only undermines the rights of migrants and refugees, but also endangers their lives.
The prolongation of the conflict in Syria and mass exodus of refugees has created what is now considered one of the worst humanitarian crises in modern history.
The Hotline for Migrant Workers (HMW) was founded in 1998 by a group of citizens concerned about the exploitation and abuse of migrant workers in Israel.
Adalah Briefing Paper: Key Concerns Regarding the Rights of Palestinians in Israel and the OPT Submitted to the EU for the 2013 ENP Progress Report
Adalah is submitting this briefing paper to provide information to the EU in its preparation of the ENP Progress Report on Israel covering the year 2013.
Marking the World Refugee Day, the EMHRN says that the soon to be concluded readmission agreement between Turkey and the EU would fail to protect the rights of both regular and irregular migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
Commissioner Cecilia Malmström met the Turkish ambassador in Brussels to officially initial – in other words preliminarily agree on – a readmission agreement between the European Union and Turkey.