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FRA: report on six steps to prevent future tragedies at sea

The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published a short report advising the EU on what to do in order to preclude more deaths at sea. FRA asks for a comprehensive response, appealing to the ...

Last update 11 Sep 2023
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United Nations: Concerned about Ongoing Israeli Military Operation in Jenin

The ongoing Israeli airstrikes in Jenin have raised significant concerns within the international community. United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has emphasized the urgency of ...

Last update 17 Jul 2023
Cover Peace Human Rights Governance Journal PHRG - 2017
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PHRG - Peace Human Rights Governance: the June 2023 issue is out

The University of Padua's 'Antonio Papisca' Centre for Human Rights has published the first issue of the seventh volume of the scientific journal Peace Human Rights Governance (PHRG), a thematic ...

Last update 5 Jul 2023
Diritti negati e detenzione: la tragica realtà dei migranti arrivati in Italia nella relazione del Garante al Parlamento
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United Nations: horror for the migrant shipwreck off Greek coast

Dozen more deaths appeared in the Mediterranean after an overloaded boat capsized off the coast of Greece. Last reports contained at least 79 bodies of men, women and children and authorities ...

Last update 26 Jun 2023
Nazioni Unite: Giornata mondiale del rifugiato, 20 giugno 2019
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20th of June: celebrating the World Refugee Day

According to the UN, forced displacement is a daily issue: every 20 minutes a person leaves everything behind to escape war, persecution or terror. These people have the right to seek safety and ...

Last update 20 Jun 2023
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UN agencies call for more collaboration over refugee, migration crisis in Americas

The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have called for greater multilateral action to regularize movement across the continent of the ...

Last update 26 May 2023
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Council of Europe: New Recommendation on age assessment in the context of migration

The Council of Europe Committee of Ministers has adopted a new Recommendation to member States on human rights principles and guidelines on age assessment in the context of migration. Through this ...

Last update 8 Feb 2023
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Council of Europe: Anti-discrimination and inclusion - practical tools for reaping the benefits of migrant integration

Intercultural integration plans must be well-designed and managed to strengthen European societies and include everyone, including migrants. The Council of Europe's Steering Committee on ...

Last update 1 Feb 2023
A drawing of an unaccompanied foreign minor walking alone through an asylum camp. On one side is a human trafficker trying to get him into a car, on the other a policeman with a dog in an aggressive attitude.

Freedom of Movement, the Right to Education, and Personal Development: Experiences and Perceptions of Unaccompanied Foreign Children in Relation to Camps. A Fieldwork Study from the Asylum Centre of Bogovađa, Serbia

Simona Guarini holds a master’s degree in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance from the University of Padova. Currently she is working in the Centre Za Azil Bogovađa, as part of the ...

Last update 13 Feb 2023
A family part of the programme sits together and talks while laughing

Training societies to welcome refugees: opportunities and challenges of scaling up Community Sponsorship in Europe

Caterina Dollorenzo holds a master’s degree in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance from the University of Padova. This article is a digest from her master thesis discussed in March 2022 ...

Last update 19 Dec 2022
Demonstrators in Australia

The international protection and the Italian asylum system: an analysis of Security Decrees

Claudia Elli, passionate about migrants’ and refugees’ rights, holds a master’s degree in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance at the University of Padova. She is currently a ...

Last update 14 Sep 2022
A little girl and her father embrace crying after family reunification

Family reunification for refugees: a comparative analysis

Mariachiara Berlinghieri is a recent graduate from the Master degree in Human Rights and Multilevel Governance at the University of Padua. She is currently enrolled in a Master of second level in ...

Last update 20 Jul 2022
A Rohingya boy watches soldiers patrol his camp in Sittwe, May 13, 2013.
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Human Rights Watch in Myanmar: The Rohingya’s Decade of Detention

The Myanmar authorities have detained over 135,000 Rohingya and Kaman Muslims arbitrarily and indefinitely in Rakhine State for a decade, Human Rights Watch said in a web feature released on 15 of ...

Last update 28 Jun 2022
A sea rescue by the Sea-Watch team
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FRA: Migrant search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean updated

Since January, on average 5 people have died per day crossing the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe. On World Refugee Day 2022, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) underlined the struggles ...

Last update 28 Jun 2022
Displaced families in Kiwandja, Rutshuru territory in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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UNICEF: A record 37 million children displaced worldwide

Conflict, violence and other crises left a record 36.5 million children displaced from their homes by the end of last year, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) estimates – the highest number ...

Last update 28 Jun 2022