Tag: migrations

Recession, inequality and war

23 November, 2020 · Weekly Report

On both sides of the Mediterranean Sea, the consequences of the crisis are increasingly devastating. Impoverishment, inequality... and a burning war belt.

What they are not telling you about Arguineguin and the surge of migrants and refugees in the Canary Islands

21 October, 2020 · Spain

The media are beginning to reflect the real humanitarian crisis in the Canary Islands and Melilla. What they don't tell us is why there is now a wave of arrivals of people willing to risk their lives in order to reach continental European Spain, why the overcrowding and what is under the protests of the neighbors of the neighborhoods where refugees and migrants are now badly settled.

A new refugee crisis in Europe

1 March, 2020 · Global situation

76,000 Syrian refugees are already crossing Turkey. Thousands are crowding in front of the militarized borders between Greece and Turkey and in the last four hours alone, four hundred have arrived on the Greek islands in boats.