Posts Tagged: Detention

Educating detained refugee and migrant children

Paul Holdsworth is an education policy expert and a member of the QCEA General Assembly QCEA’s recent report “Child Immigration Detention in Europe” notes that among the many negative experiences suffered by detained migrant children is a lack of opportunities

Educating detained refugee and migrant children

Paul Holdsworth is an education policy expert and a member of the QCEA General Assembly QCEA’s recent report “Child Immigration Detention in Europe” notes that among the many negative experiences suffered by detained migrant children is a lack of opportunities

Children in immigration detention: new report

Among the people seeking sanctuary in Europe, the number of children has substantially increased (32 percent of European Union asylum applications in 2016). European countries seek to substantially reduce the number of migrants entering Europe and increase the number of

Children in immigration detention: new report

Among the people seeking sanctuary in Europe, the number of children has substantially increased (32 percent of European Union asylum applications in 2016). European countries seek to substantially reduce the number of migrants entering Europe and increase the number of

New EU guidelines on child refugees are a positive step – now more are needed

On 12 April 2017, the EU Commission published new policy guidelines whose objective is to provide concrete actions to protect all migrant and refugee children arriving in Europe. The guidelines have been broadly welcomed, and rightly so, by child rights

New EU guidelines on child refugees are a positive step – now more are needed

On 12 April 2017, the EU Commission published new policy guidelines whose objective is to provide concrete actions to protect all migrant and refugee children arriving in Europe. The guidelines have been broadly welcomed, and rightly so, by child rights

Reforming the European Arrest Warrant

The European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is a system in which one EU Member State can ask another EU Member State to deliver a suspect to face trial, a witness to be questioned, or a person convicted to serve a sentence.

Reforming the European Arrest Warrant

The European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is a system in which one EU Member State can ask another EU Member State to deliver a suspect to face trial, a witness to be questioned, or a person convicted to serve a sentence.

Can We Trust Our Neighbours? Mutual Trust in the European Judicial Area

The European Union relies on the idea of mutual trust between Member States. In areas where national laws and practices differ widely across the EU, this mutual trust becomes harder to foster. This was the issue at the heart of

Can We Trust Our Neighbours? Mutual Trust in the European Judicial Area

The European Union relies on the idea of mutual trust between Member States. In areas where national laws and practices differ widely across the EU, this mutual trust becomes harder to foster. This was the issue at the heart of

Changing a Broken Record: Unnecessary Immigration Detention in Europe

In May 2011 the UNHCR (the United Nations Refugee Agency) led a Global Roundtable on Alternatives to Detention for asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and stateless persons. This conference made some simple requests: that those migrating or seeking asylum are treated

Changing a Broken Record: Unnecessary Immigration Detention in Europe

In May 2011 the UNHCR (the United Nations Refugee Agency) led a Global Roundtable on Alternatives to Detention for asylum seekers, refugees, migrants and stateless persons. This conference made some simple requests: that those migrating or seeking asylum are treated