Post-Crisis Policy: Proposals for Comprehensive EU Asylum Reform


The 2015 refugee humanitarian crisis and the policy responses of the European Union (EU) illuminate the pressing need for a comprehensive approach to forced migration into Europe. The policy responses of the EU and member states undermine many of the foundations upon which the Union was built: Solidarity among member states and adherence to human rights protection and dignity. The present-day policies are largely a result of restrictive and piecemeal practices counteracting the strength of the EU that lies precisely in these foundational tenets.

By: Brandon Green

Published on February 16, 2020

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