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Highlights of the Meeting

Highlights of the Meeting

EU Heads of States and Turkey's Government

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Female Asylum Seekers

International Women's Day

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Intercultural Dialogue

Intercultural Dialogue

Celebrating Cultural Differences in Europe

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Seeking Asylum in the EU

Seeking Asylum in the EU

What exactly happens when someone applies for asylum in the EU?

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EU Border and Coast Guard System

EU Border and Coast Guard System

Migration Strains Confidence in Schengen

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A Short Analysis of the Refugee Crisis in the Context of Immigration Law

A Short Analysis of the Refugee Crisis in the Context of Immigration Law

Interview with Professor Peter Rodrigues

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A 'thank you' message written by a Syrian refugee in Vienna's Westbahnhof

What has the immigration crisis taught us about Europe?

After spending time in Vienna’s Westbahnhof OneEurope guest contributor Anna Wilson reflects on what the refugee crisis is revealing about Europe.

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Arrival of asylum seekers at a train station in Europe

The Balkans - the Alternative Solution to the Refugee Crisis

Can countries like Macedonia and Serbia help tackle the large influx of refugees seeking shelter in Europe?

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Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity

Key to Overcoming in the Crisis

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Syrian Refugees in the Middle East

Syrian Refugees aren't just in Europe

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How to Deal with Migration

How to Deal with Migration

State of the Union

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Labour Mobility in the EU: a Tale of Two Streams

Labour Mobility in the EU: a Tale of Two Streams

Analysing Current Trends Across the EU Workforce - Guest Article from Matthias Busse, Mikkel Barslund

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Main European Migration Routes

Detections of Illegal Border Crossings

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Harrowing trip to Europe

The Mediterranean and the EU: Migration and Security

The immigration crisis in the Mediterranean has become critical, and the EU must take decisive action to prevent yet another humanitarian tragedy on its borders.

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Different paths towards the same goal – the migration issue

Different paths towards the same goal – the migration issue

Is the new European Agenda on migration a solution to the EU´s problems?

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Mediterranean migration routes

Our Paradise or a Sea of Death?

The recent tragedy in the Mediterranean is a bitter reminder that Europe needs joint action and cooperation to tackle the complex issue of migration on its southern border.

Mathias Darmell on

Share of foreigners in Europe

Share of foreigners of the total population in the EU in 2013

This infographic shows the list of the countries with the highest share of non-nationals in Europe

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Tens of thousands of asylum seekers risk their lives every year to reach Europe.

The Mediterranean: a Sea of Migrants in Danger

Thousands of migrants risk their lives to get to Europe by crossing the Mediterranean. They do so to escape war, persecution or poverty. Many do not survive the journey.

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EU migration and EU Welfare State

EU migration and EU Welfare State

Skilled and Unskilled migration in times of economic crisis

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In Focus: The Italian EU Presidency – Ambitious reform agenda brings Italy back in European spotlight

In Focus: The Italian EU Presidency – Ambitious reform agenda brings Italy back in European spotlight

Prime Minister Renzi has set a very ambitious reform agenda focus on growth, competitiveness, foreign & security policy, migration and institutional refomr

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Immigration: a Multilateral Phenomenon

Immigration: a Multilateral Phenomenon

What makes immigration such a debated issue nowadays?

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Where do refugees go to?

Where do refugees go to?

Go fullscscreen in this document to see details: UNHCR refugee statistics 2010 by SimonRogersGuardian

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The EU has 23 official languages - a pan-European language might help overcome the language barriers.

Would a common EU language help?

A "European language" could help to encourage the free movement across the continent. But at what cost?

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