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Tag Archives: EU
[Article published in OpenDemocracy 50:50 on 4 February 2013] The family rules introduced by the UK government as part of its crusade to curb net migration are surreptitiously redefining the meaning of citizenship and the boundaries between the state and … Continue reading
via @migrants_rights A report of the European Parliament hearing entitled “Preventing undocumented Women and Children from Accesing health Care: fostering health inequalities in Europe” has been posted on the PICUM website, detailing the hearing and the presentations of the speakers as … Continue reading
The respect, protection, promotion and fulfilment of the rights of the child are one of the European Union’s main priorities. The Fundamental Rights Agency‘s report (Novmeber 2010) investigates if this is the case for separated asylum-seeking children: http://www.fra.europa.eu/fraWebsite/attachments/FRA-summary-sep-asylum-conference-2010_EN.pdf
The Health for Undocumented Migrants and Asylum Seekers network (HUMA) is publishing a first comparative inventory of the legislations in 10 European countries on access to health care for undocumented migrants and asylum seekers. Read the Full Report.