From repatriation, to direct services, to assurances from their home countries that they will be treated with dignity, the children of ISIS fighters can be one step closer to escaping their parents’ horrible choices with help...
Teaser: FIFA’s organization of the World Cup, a beloved global sporting event, masks an apparent lack of concern for human rights in the countries it partners with. How can the international community take action?
Oil price volatility transfers to social and political volatility in states which rely on hydrocarbons to power their economy. Venezuela is a cautionary tale of how wrong this can go.
The EU’s Second Chance to Get Asylum Policies Right: How Superficial Third-country Agreements Created the Opportunity for Lasting Change
Agreements with third-countries aimed at discouraging the flow of asylum seekers into Europe are as necessary as they are flawed. The EU now has the opportunity to bring asylum policy exclusively into its own realm of governance,...
Externalization of Migration Policies: How the European Union’s Beloved Human Rights Took a Backseat
The EU hopes to contain illegal migration flow through a policy of outsourcing migration policies to third countries, but this has negative human rights implications.