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30 Mar 2017 description

Refugee rights subsiding? New AIDA comparative report

An AIDA comparative report launched today discusses the impact of Europe’s two-tier protection regime, distinguishing between refugee status and subsidiary protection, on the rights of those granted protection.

15 Mar 2017 description
report Pew Research Center

BY PHILLIP CONNOR

Europe’s record for annual asylum applications was nearly broken last year, but the numbers trailed off considerably by the end of 2016 and fell short of the previous year’s peak surge in late summer and early fall.

30 May 2016 description

Experimental NGO offers chance for new arrivals to fulfil their potential, giving them access to online courses from the world’s top universities.

By: Josie Le Blond | 30 May 2016

BERLIN, Germany, May 30 (UNHCR) - Tuition fees, language barriers and missing paperwork mean most young asylum-seekers are unable to continue studying in their host countries. However, a fast-growing project in Germany aims to remove the barriers to higher education and give forcibly displaced people a chance to fulfil their potential.

08 Oct 2015 description
report Deutsche Welle

Author Thomas Kohlmann

If Germany is to integrate large numbers of low-skilled Middle Eastern, African and Asian refugees into its domestic job market it is going to need new concepts. Many fundamental changes are essential.