Following the death of 27 people while crossing the Channel on November 24, 2021, the French news channel France Info TV invited Yves Pascouau to discuss the situation and address the political situation and possible outcomes between European partner (...)
Many citizens wonder about the rules that apply when they welcome and help people in an irregular situation. Nicolas Hervieu, lawyer and lecturer at Sciences Po and the University of Evry, explains what is the state of play regarding existing French (...)
If the Marrakesh Pact has focused all attention, rightly or wrongly, the Global Compact on refugees has for its part attracted fewer comments. Yet, as UNHCR spokesperson Céline Schmitt explains, it is a decisive text for improving international coope (...)
The UN Pact on Migration, also known as the Marrakesh Pact, provoked strong reactions when it was adopted. Unknown to the general public, even though it had been the subject of an 18-month open negotiation, this Pact sparked public debate in France. (...)
During the processing of their application, asylum seekers enjoy rights that guarantee them a dignified standard of living. Géraldine Renaudière, member of the General Secretariat for European Affairs, explains what rights asylum seekers should have (...)
The issue of housing migrants in low-rent housing (Habitations à Loyer Modéré) is sometimes linked to that of their social segregation. What is the reality? Gregory Verdugo, Professor of Economics at the University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, worked on th (...)
Migration and migrants do not always have good press. On the contrary, they are often perceived to be negatively treated. But why do we almost always speak in a negative way about migrants? This is the question that Professor Marie-Rose Moro, psychia (...)
Is it possible to detain children? The answer is yes but under strict circumstances.
The question was asked why are we obliged to accept migrants? Sylvie Saroléa, Professor of Law at the Catholic University of Louvain and lawyer, explains that there are a number of reasons, both moral and Jewish.
Citizens of the European Union enjoy preferential rights over third-country nationals with regard to freedom of movement. Etienne Pataut, Professor of Law at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, details the content of the freedom of movement for (...)