Schengen border control IT systems are well designed but need timelier and more complete data
United Nations agencies on Friday highlighted the dire needs of thousands of unaccompanied and separated children who have arrived in Italy as refugees, lacking the proper support to transition through to adulthood.
The Council adopted today a new regulation on the European Border and Coast Guard, an important element of the EU's comprehensive approach to migration and border management
Advocate General Sharpston: the Court should rule that, by refusing to comply with the provisional and time-limited mechanism for the mandatory relocation of applicants for international protection, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic have failed (...)
Implementation of EU Facility for Refugees in Turkey: EU mobilises €663 million in humanitarian assistance
Croatia on the way to join the Schengen Area
Reference for a preliminary ruling — Regulation (EU) 2016/399 — Article 11(1) — Meaning of ‘exit’ — Control of external borders — Stamping of travel documents of seamen — Time of affixing stamp — Moment of leaving the Schengen Area
European States must step up their efforts to protect child refugees and migrants who have endured not only difficult and dangerous journeys but continue to face risks and hardship once in Europe, including unsafe accommodation, being incorrectly reg (...)
Commission takes next step in the infringement procedure for non-provision of food in transit zones
IOM Italy is continuing to monitor reports from North Africa and Italy in the wake of the latest Mediterranean shipwreck occurring off the coast of Lampedusa during the night between 6 and 7 October.