La revue permanente des professionnels de l'Europe

La revue permanente des professionnels de l’Europe

The battle over abortion rights in Poland is not over

REE abortion polandAfter a week during which mass street protests erupted in Poland against a proposed new law banning abortions, on October 6 politicians backtracked on the plans and the parliament voted to reject the law. But, despite the victory for pro-choice campaigners, Poland is still left with some of the most restrictive abortion laws in Europe – and further restrictions have been proposed.


Lire la suite...

Immigration after Brexit: what are the alternatives to a points-based system?

UK BorderBrexit was supposed to be about “taking back control” of our borders and the new prime minister, Theresa May, has confirmed that immigration control will be a “red line” in any negotiations with the EU. But now comes the tricky bit: control to do what, and how?

Lire la suite...

The hidden costs of closed borders for migrants stuck in Serbia

23114927176 3902964758 bIn Spring 2016, Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia “closed” their borders to migrants who had been transiting these countries via the “Balkan route” on their way further into the European Union. The closures follow other attempts at shutting EU borders: Hungary built a fence along its border with Serbia, while the so-called “EU-Turkey” deal was intended to prevent people from reaching EU borders by sending those who had crossed the Mediterranean back to Turkey. Despite the border closures, the Balkan route is still active – a problem recognised at an EU leaders’ meeting in July. Now those refugees not able to get any further are stuck in limbo. Non-governmental organisatons (NGOs) and the UNHCR estimate there are at least 200 arrivals per day in Serbia, with around 5,000 people stuck in Serbia alone.

Lire la suite...

Défi migratoire, terrorisme en Europe: «Ne faisons pas le jeu de nos ennemis»

rama yade 1Durcissement des politiques sécuritaires en Europe, surveillance de masse, gestion désunie du défi migratoire au sein de l'Union. Invité du cycle de conférences sur la sécurité démocratique co-organisé par le Conseil de l'Europe et l’ENA, Rama Yade, candidate à la Présidentielle française de 2017, appelle à un revirement des politiques européennes. Avec, en ligne de fond, un retour à la pleine garantie des droits fondamentaux, seule issue, selon elle, à la mise en échec de la montée du terrorisme et des populismes.

Lire la suite...

Page 5 sur 30


* Veuillez saisir votre nom et votre email.

video en ligne

Etudes Europeennes