Criminalisation of solidarity

21.06.2019

European countries should face legal consequences for ‘criminalising’ migrant solidarity, says new report

European countries should face legal consequences for ‘criminalising’ migrant solidarity, says new report

Following openDemocracy revelations, a new EU-funded study reveals a sharp rise in cases of criminalised solidarity and humanitarian aid under anti-smuggling laws. By  Claudia Torrisi for openDemocracy European institutions must consider legal action against member states that incorrectly ‘criminalise’ citizens and volunteers for… »

08.06.2019

Something beautiful, despite the odds, lives on in Calais

Something beautiful, despite the odds, lives on in Calais

A disturbing trend across Europe sees NGOs attacked and people showing compassion stigmatized. By Stefan Simanowitz 4 June 2019 for openDemocracy Last week as the trial began of Scott Warren, a humanitarian aid volunteer who faces up to 20 years in prison for giving food, water and other supplies… »

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