Documents

Balkans :

« From back door to front door : forced migration routes through Macedonia to Croatia », by the Jesuit Refugee Service 2013 (in English)

Bulgaria :

« Where is my home ? Homelessness and Access to Housing among Asylum-Seekers, Refugees and Persons with International Protection in Bulgaria », by the UNHCR 2013 (in English)

« Asylum Information Database – National Country Report – Bulgaria » by Bulgarian Helsinki Council 2013 (in English)

« Suspension of return of asylum-seekers to Bulgaria must continue » by Amnesty International 2014 (in English)

« Containment plan – Bulgaria’s pushbacks and detention of Syrian and other asylum seekers ans migrants » by Human Rights Watch 2014 (in English)

« Trapped in Europe’s quagmire : the situation of asylum seekers and refugees in Bulgaria » by Border Monitoring Bulgaria 2014 (in English)

« Missing the point – lack  of adequate investigation of hate crimes in Bulgaria » by Amnesty International 2015 (in English)

Croatia :

« Asylum Information Database – Country national report – Croatia » by European Council on Refugees and Exiles 2014 (in English)

Greece :

« Why did you want me back in Greece ? – a Dublin II deportation diary » by Infomobile 2010 (in English)

« Lost at border – A journey to the lost and the dead of the Greek borders » by Infomobile 2011 (in English)

« Findings 01/01/2012 – 30/09/2012 » par le Racist violence recording network 2012 (in English)

« Update report Greece – the number of irregular migrants in Greece at the end of 2011 and 2012 » by Thanos Maroukis, Clandestino 2012 (in English)

« I came here for peace – The systematic ill-treatment of migrants and refugees by state agents in Patras » – by Pro Asyl 2012 (in English)

« Frontier Europe : human rights abuses on Greece’s border with Turkey », by Amnesty International 2013 (in English)

« Enter at your peril: Lives put at risk at the gate of Europe » by Amnesty International 2013 (in English)

« Unwelcome guests – Greek Police Abuses of Migrant in Athens » by Human Rights Watch 2013 (in English)

« Pushed back – systematic human rights violations against refugees in the aegean sea and at the greek-turkish land border » by Pro Asyl 2013 (in English)

« Rapport du Rapporteur spécial sur les droits fondamentaux des migrants, François Crépeau – mission en Grèce » 2013 (en français)

« The Silent Humanitarian Crisis in Greece : Devising Strategies to Improve the Situation of Migrants in Greece » by PICUM (Plate-forme for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants) 2013 (in English)

« Recommendations to the European Union to urgently address criminilisation and violence against migrants in Greece » by PICUM (Plate-forme for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants) 2014 (in English)

« Invisible suffering – prolonged and systematic detention of migrants and asylum seekers in substandard conditions in Greece » by Médecins sans Frontières 2014 (in English)

« Greece : frontier of hope and fear – migrants and refugees pushed back at Europe’s border » by Amnesty International 2014 (in English)

« A law unto themselves : a culture of abuse and impunity in the Greek police » by Amnesty International 2014 (in English)

« Enough ! National Report on Racist Violence » by Médecins du Monde Greece and the Greek Council for Refugees 2014 (in English)

« Is the indiscriminate detention of irregular migrants a cost-effective policy tool? A case-study of the Amygdaleza Pre-Removal Center  » par Migration and Detention Assessment 2014 (in English)

« Frontex between Greece and Turkey: the border of denial » by Migreurop 2014 (in English)

« Report to the Greek Government on the visit to Greece carried out by the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) » by CPT 2014 (in English)

« Greece as a country of asylum » by UNHCR 2015 (in English)

Romania :

« Rapport du Rapporteur spécial sur les droits de l’homme des migrants, Jorge Bustamante – Mission en Roumanie (15-20 juin 2009)  » 2010 (en français)

« Dublin II Regulation – national report » by the European network for technical cooperation on the application of the Dublin II regulation 2012 (in English)

« Dublin II info sheets by country – part II : Practical and legal information on transfers – country : Romania » by the Jesuit Refugee Service 2012 (in English)

« Submission by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees For the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights’ Compilation Report – Universal Periodical Review: Romania » 2012 (in English)

Serbia :

« Serbia as a safe third country : a wrong presumption » by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee 2011 (in English)

« Note on Dublin transfers to Hungary of people who have transited through Serbia » by the UNHCR 2012 (in English)

« Right to asylum in the Republic of Serbia » by the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights 2012 (in English)

« Asylum » information booklet by the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights and the UNHCR 2013 (in English)

« Right of Asylum in the Republic of Serbia 2013 » by the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights 2014

Neighboring countries :

Entering in Europe by the Balkans, it is first entering in the Balkans, in general coming from Turkey, and then going out the Balkans to the rest of Europe – without being pushed back, deported or locked up.

Hungary :

« Hungary : refugees between arrest and homelessness » by Pro Asyl 2012 (in English)

« Acces to territory and asylum procedure in Hungary » by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee 2012 (in English)

« Brief information note on the main asylum-related legal changes in Hungary as of 1 July 2013 » by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee 2013 (in English)

Italy :

« Report by the Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants, François Crépeau – Mission en Italie (September 29–8 Octobre 2012)  » 2013 (in English)

Turkey :

« Rapport du Rapporteur spécial sur les droits de l’homme des migrants, François Crépeau – Mission en Turquie (25-29 juin 2012)  » 2013 (en français)

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