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The GRS researcher warns of the dangers of striking migration deals with authoritarian regimes that have doubtful human rights track records.
In a front-page feature this Monday, the GRS researcher criticized the one-sided approach to border control that undermines migrants' human rights and endangers their lives.
The GRS researcher joins experts in criticizing the Danish Government's decision to leave children in camps partially under the control of ISIS.
GRS' PhD student Ahlam Chemlali was interviewed by P1 Orientering, on Danish Radio, where she analyzes the migration dynamics in Tunisia, which has long been overshadowed by the international community's focus on Libya.
GRS' PhD student Ahlam Chemlali was interviewed by Jyllands-Posten about the situation in Tunisia, a country that achieved great democracy changes following the Arab Spring. Still, behind the progress are also great disappointments.
GRS' PhD student Ahlam Chemlali was interviewed by Jyllands-Posten on the recent major popular protests, rooted in the same problems that plagued the Arab Spring.
GRS' PhD student Ahlam Chemlali was interviewed by Globalnyt on the economic downturn that sends Tunisians across the Mediterranean.
GRS’s associate professor Anja Kublitz is quoted in a new article in Politiken from the 24th of November.
The researchers warn against targeting and linking behavior and skin color (such as ethnic minorities gathering in public spaces) rather than targeting crime.
GRS’s associate professor Anja Kublitz is one of the first signatories of an open letter in Middle East Eye to the European governments.
Large parts of Europe protest structural racism, but the political centre continues to accept an extremely violent border control system where thousands of Africans, Asians and people from the Middle East die, are exploited or abused every year
The Maltese detention of boat migrants on tourist boats in the Mediterranean cause controversy
The corona pandemic is spreading into refugee camps, but havent affected them as feared yet
Greek authorities are picking up asylum seekers in-land and deporting them to Turkey
The first cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the world´s refugee camps