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Italy offered two points in the plan for migrants

According to Local Italy: The Italian government has put a two-part plan aimed at reducing the record number of immigrants who enter the country, while also working on a better integration of new arrivals.

He said Interior Minister Marco Minetti parliamentary committee, "We have to welcome and integrate those who have a right to survive, and send others to their home countries."

As it will be required asylum seekers to work very few or no on various civic projects earners, including the preservation of gardens and to give language lessons or to help the Red Cross.

Syrian refugee couple find new hope and freedom through art

Syrian refugee couple find new hope and freedom through art

An exhibition of drawings by artists Shergo Musa and Nazli Abdou in Skopje portrays the experiences, hopes and fears of their family and fellow refugees.

By: Ljubinka Brashnarska   |  8 February 2017

Shergo and daughter Avin at the door to their temporary accommodation.   © UNHCR/Ljubinka Brashnarska

Hungary detain immigrants in shipping containers

Deutsche Welle: As part of a review of immigration policy of Hungary, will be detained immigrants in shipping containers near the border, where they entered the country until they are reviewing their asylum requests. This action will affect all immigrants who are awaiting processing of their asylum requests, even if they have already been accommodated in another facility.

Report: a feeling of insecurity in the Greek camps

It showed reports issued by the Refugee Rights Data Project, a non-governmental organization specializing in independent field research, that hosted refugees in the mainland in Greece do not feel safe, and many of them, especially women, suffer from violence.

The organization issued a draft refugee rights data reports, one titled: living in the forgotten (human rights issues in the camps), and the other is titled: The Hidden Conflict (issues facing women and girls in the camps).

Refugee Crisis Reaches New Peak amid Ongoing Conflicts, Islamophobic Policies

Refugee Crisis Reaches New Peak amid Ongoing Conflicts, Islamophobic Policies

By International Justice Resource Center -

February 9, 2017, 12:53:33 AM

Germany's new program gives money to those who leave

Germany launched a national program to return called StarthilfePlus.

StarthilfePlus program and works in coordination with the re-integration and migration program for asylum seekers in Germany, and return program is backed by the government since 2015, provides assistance to returnees related to travel and reintegration.

And helps the program, which came into force starting from February 1, 2017, asylum seekers who wish to return voluntarily to their countries of origin.

Authorities in Germany, showing:

Preventing Europe’s Next Refugee Crisis

Preventing Europe’s Next Refugee Crisis

Today, 400 development officials at the German-Africa Business Summit in Nairobi will explore ways to stimulate the economies of sub-Saharan Africa. German Development Minister Gerd Müller says industry needs to invest more in Africa, not only because it makes good business sense, but to fight the causes of mass migration.

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Joining education system: Child refugees in cities mechanism

Greek authorities have made in September / September last plan to bring children to the refugees in Greece approved the formal education system, registration has begun gradually since October 10 / October last.

Here are some questions and answers about education that might help parents of children of refugees to obtain information from the Greek authorities plan regarding the right of children to join regular schools.

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Joint UNHCR and IOM statement on addressing migration and refugee movements along the Central Mediterranean route

Joint UNHCR and IOM statement on addressing migration and refugee movements along the Central Mediterranean route

2 February 2017

Ahead of the informal meeting of the European Council in Valletta tomorrow, we call on European leaders to take decisive action to address the tragic loss of life on the Central Mediterranean route and the deplorable conditions for migrants and refugees in Libya.

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