Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons

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Immigration is both instrumental for modernisation of societies and for Europe’s survival

European states should acknowledge that immigration into Europe is both instrumental for renewed dynamic and modernisation of societies and for Europe’s survival, the committee said. More

Migration as an opportunity for European development

During its next plenary session, PACE will dedicate a full day of debates to “Migration and Refugees”. The report by Andrea Rigoni will allow members to discuss a series of concrete measures aimed at facilitating mutually beneficial migration to Europe. More

Rapporteur makes a fact-finding visit to Kyiv and the Donbas

Egidijus Vareikis, rapporteur on "The humanitarian consequences of the war in Ukraine", will make a fact-finding visit to Kyiv and the Donbas from 5 to 7 April, as part of the preparation of his report. More

Rapporteur’s visit to Warsaw focuses on the humanitarian consequences of the war in Ukraine

Egidijus Vareikis today begins a two-day fact-finding visit to Warsaw, as part of the preparation of his report for the Migration Committee on “The humanitarian consequences of the war in Ukraine”. More

Migration crisis: ways to improve the funding of emergency situations

It is the political and moral responsibility of all European countries to contribute financially to dealing with the current refugee and migrant crisis, in line with the means at their disposal, said the Committee on Migration. More

Hungary: rapporteurs express deep concern at new law to automatically detain asylum seekers

Tineke Strik, rapporteur for follow-up on human rights of refugees and migrants and Doris Fiala, rapporteur on ending immigration detention of children, have expressed deep concern about the new Hungarian law. More