Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden and Norway have reestablished internal border checks for 6 more months (from 12 Nov. 2017 to 12 May 2018) because of secondary movement in the Schengen Area. And nobody finds anything wrong...
The announcement by German authorities of their willingness to prolong Schengen internal border checks beyond 11 Novembre 2017 may seriously endanger Schengen
Respecting Human rights is a legal obligation for states as well as for EU institutions in their external action. This is precisely what the Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights recalls in a letter sent to Italian authorities end of Sept (...)
Since 2015, the issue of refugees has a central place in German politics. Without any surprise, this topic has polarised the electoral campaign which came to an end late Septembre this year. While results of the elections oblige chancelor Merkel to e (...)
Tuesday 26 September 2017 marked the legal end of the relocation process of asylum seekers. Two years ago, states of the EU agreed - not without reluctance for some of them - to help Greece and Italy and to relocate 160 000 asylum seekers arrived in (...)
While states are still dealing with migration flows and some hardening border controls, to which extent is the Schengen area under threat? Why the European Union has not been able to set up a common policy to overcome this crisis?
This week, Olivier Singer interviews Yves Pascouau, Director of Migration and Mobility Policies at the European Policy Centre (Brussels) and Senior Research Fellow at the Delors Institute (Paris). The radio shows deals with issues related to immigrat (...)
This month, On the Move is heading to Strasbourg to discuss human rights. We met with Claire Dubois and Ine de Coninck, both working at the European Court of Human Rights (the interview is in French)
On 6 July 2016, the Berlin Office of the Jacques Delors Institute organised a conference entitled “Schengen at the crossroads”. António Vitorino, former Justice and home affairs Commissioner (1999-2004) was invited to deliver a keynote speech. He mad (...)
For this new show, we met in Nantes (France) with Irène Abourdaram (photo) and Carine Rolland. Irène and Carine work for Médecins du Monde (MdM).