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Destination: Europe (Forced Migration Review 51)

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Europe is experiencing the mass movements of displaced people in a way that it has largely been immune from for decades. The manifestations of the 'migration crisis' are as disparate as the building of fences to stop people crossing normally peaceful borders, the deaths of people transported by smugglers in unseaworthy boats, EU political leaders bickering over a Common European Asylum System and the numbers they will or will not allow into their respective countries, and contentious responses to the disaster that continues to unfold in Syria. Alongside this we also see an upsurge of grass-roots compassion, solidarity and assistance to those whose human suffering on a grand scale in and around Europe constitutes the reality behind the rhetoric. FMR 51 includes 43 articles on 'Destination: Europe', plus five 'general' articles.

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FMR 51 - From the Editors

Europe is experiencing the mass movements of displaced people in a way that it has largely been immune from for decades. Europe is experiencing the mass movements of displaced people in a way that it has largely been immune from for decades. The ramifications and manifestations of what is being called a ‘crisis’ are extensive, intersecting with national as well as pan-European politics, existing economic problems, xenophobia, fear of terror attacks, and much more. This crisis, in effect, seems to dwarf in scale and complexity any other crisis that Europe has faced since the end of the Second World War. The manifestations are as disparate as the building of fences to stop people crossing normally peaceful borders, the deaths of people transported by smugglers in unseaworthy boats, EU political leaders bickering over a Common European Asylum System and the numbers they will or will not allow into their respective countries, and contentious responses to the disaster that continues to...

3 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - From the Editors

FMR 51 - Foreword: Banking on mobility over a generation

Europe need not renounce its freedom of movement: it should instead develop a better controlled mobility regime. It would then, in effect, much better control its borders.

4 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - Foreword: Banking on mobility over a generation

FMR 51 - Migrants, refugees, history and precedents

There is much about earlier migration crises that today’s European policymakers might profitably recall.

6 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - Migrants, refugees, history and precedents

FMR 51 - Refugee protection in Europe: time for a major overhaul?

A number of myths surrounding refugee protection may obscure our understanding and complicate the search for solutions, but there are also clear and realistic possibilities for change in the EU’s body of law to enable better outcomes for states & refugees

11 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - Refugee protection in Europe: time for a major overhaul?

FMR 51 - Simplifying refugee status determination

There is a persuasive case to be made for simplifying refugee status determination in the European Union.

1 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - Simplifying refugee status determination

FMR 51 - Arrivals on the island of Lesbos, summer 2015

Lesbos, population 85,000, received more than 85,000 refugees and migrants in 2015 up to the end of August.

4 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - Arrivals on the island of Lesbos, summer 2015

FMR 51 - It need not be like this

Creating space for smugglers and failing to provide humanitarian assistance are European failures. Opening legal routes to Europe could deal with both.

9 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - It need not be like this

FMR 51 - The Mediterranean challenge within a world of humanitarian crises

While the high number of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe in 2015 has increased pressures and tensions, this is not a crisis beyond the capability of Europe to manage together as a Union. While the high number of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe in 2015 has increased pressures and tensions, this is not a crisis beyond the capability of Europe to manage together as a Union. We need bold, collective thinking and action to develop a truly comprehensive approach.

8 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - The Mediterranean challenge within a world of humanitarian crises

FMR 51 - A network of camps on the way to Europe

While makeshift camps, such as those that have proliferated around Europe, may form spaces of resourcefulness and agency which cannot be accommodated in state-run detention camps, none of these temporary spaces is a definitive solution.

7 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - A network of camps on the way to Europe

FMR 51 - Trickery in Dublin’s shadow

Border practices at the Italy-Austria border are part of a wider trend of questionable practices used by EU Member States which render irrelevant both the Schengen Agreement and the Dublin Regulation.

5 MIN2015 DEC 20
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FMR 51 - Trickery in Dublin’s shadow

Latest Episodes

FMR 51 - From the Editors

Europe is experiencing the mass movements of displaced people in a way that it has largely been immune from for decades. Europe is experiencing the mass movements of displaced people in a way that it has largely been immune from for decades. The ramifications and manifestations of what is being called a ‘crisis’ are extensive, intersecting with national as well as pan-European politics, existing economic problems, xenophobia, fear of terror attacks, and much more. This crisis, in effect, seems to dwarf in scale and complexity any other crisis that Europe has faced since the end of the Second World War. The manifestations are as disparate as the building of fences to stop people crossing normally peaceful borders, the deaths of people transported by smugglers in unseaworthy boats, EU political leaders bickering over a Common European Asylum System and the numbers they will or will not allow into their respective countries, and contentious responses to the disaster that continues to...

3 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - From the Editors

FMR 51 - Foreword: Banking on mobility over a generation

Europe need not renounce its freedom of movement: it should instead develop a better controlled mobility regime. It would then, in effect, much better control its borders.

4 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - Foreword: Banking on mobility over a generation

FMR 51 - Migrants, refugees, history and precedents

There is much about earlier migration crises that today’s European policymakers might profitably recall.

6 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - Migrants, refugees, history and precedents

FMR 51 - Refugee protection in Europe: time for a major overhaul?

A number of myths surrounding refugee protection may obscure our understanding and complicate the search for solutions, but there are also clear and realistic possibilities for change in the EU’s body of law to enable better outcomes for states & refugees

11 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - Refugee protection in Europe: time for a major overhaul?

FMR 51 - Simplifying refugee status determination

There is a persuasive case to be made for simplifying refugee status determination in the European Union.

1 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - Simplifying refugee status determination

FMR 51 - Arrivals on the island of Lesbos, summer 2015

Lesbos, population 85,000, received more than 85,000 refugees and migrants in 2015 up to the end of August.

4 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - Arrivals on the island of Lesbos, summer 2015

FMR 51 - It need not be like this

Creating space for smugglers and failing to provide humanitarian assistance are European failures. Opening legal routes to Europe could deal with both.

9 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - It need not be like this

FMR 51 - The Mediterranean challenge within a world of humanitarian crises

While the high number of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe in 2015 has increased pressures and tensions, this is not a crisis beyond the capability of Europe to manage together as a Union. While the high number of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe in 2015 has increased pressures and tensions, this is not a crisis beyond the capability of Europe to manage together as a Union. We need bold, collective thinking and action to develop a truly comprehensive approach.

8 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - The Mediterranean challenge within a world of humanitarian crises

FMR 51 - A network of camps on the way to Europe

While makeshift camps, such as those that have proliferated around Europe, may form spaces of resourcefulness and agency which cannot be accommodated in state-run detention camps, none of these temporary spaces is a definitive solution.

7 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - A network of camps on the way to Europe

FMR 51 - Trickery in Dublin’s shadow

Border practices at the Italy-Austria border are part of a wider trend of questionable practices used by EU Member States which render irrelevant both the Schengen Agreement and the Dublin Regulation.

5 MIN2015 DEC 20
Comments
FMR 51 - Trickery in Dublin’s shadow
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