New migrant processing centres in EU must avoid inhumanity of ‘hotspots’ in Greece and Italy

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A new plan to set up “controlled centres” to hold migrants once they arrive in EU territory risks repeating many mistakes of the past, bypassing due process and breaching fundamental human rights and…

  • Samantha Velluti
  • The Conversation

At the EU’s June summit in Brussels, leaders agreed to create centres within EU member states to speed up the processing of asylum requests and assist those countries on the rim of the Mediterranean sea – such as Italy, Malta and…

Wires & Refugees 1a LLLLNo country would be forced to set up a “controlled centre”, though it’s still unclear who will.

The proposed centres…

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