The Dark Side of Europe: EU Policies on Refugees Since 2011

Since 2011, a security crisis in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has created millions of displaced people. In the wake of the pro-democracy movements of the Arab Springs, governmental repression and internal tensions led many countries to instability. Women, men and children have been subject to the implications of this crisis across the globe as refugees and internally displaced people. The Dark Side of Europe: EU Policies On Refugees Since 2011 is a position paper that explores different aspects of EU policies concerning refugees and women refugees since 2011 through 5 case studies: Greece, Italy, France, Hungary and Germany.

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