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Joint letter on the criminalisation of solidarity, The Austrian Boradcasting Corporation
European activists fight back against ‘criminalisation’ of aid for migrants and refugees, The New Humanitarian
Hundreds of Europeans ‘criminalised’ for helping migrants – as far right aims to win big in European elections, openDemocracy
Why a far-right surge won’t change Eu migration policy, euobserver
Global Compact for Migration – missed opportunities for Europe, openDemocracy
Some Countries See Migrants as an Economic Boon, Not a Burden, MSN
Politicians can change people’s minds on migrants, EU Observer
ECJ ruling continues absurd asylum impasse, EURACTIV
Brussels mobilizes expat voters, POLITICO
For richer, not for poorer, The Economist
Une initiative pour « Une Europe Hospitalière », Metro
UK and Netherlands become less migrant-friendly: index, Yahoo News
Democracy at risk in the heart of Europe: Why non-Belgians should vote in local elections in Brussels, The Brussels Times
So leben Migranten in Deutschland, SPIEGEL
Integration report sees progress, deficits in Germany, DW
Are cities the key agents of integration?, openDemocracy
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