Migrants are not “problems at sea”: from corpse-free gates towards a comprehensive system of human protection

Ernst Stetter, Secretary General of FEPS, argues that a compulsory resettlement scheme based on a […]

Policy Brief

08/05/2015

Ernst Stetter, Secretary General of FEPS, argues that a compulsory resettlement scheme based on a quota system should be launched and EU external representation offices installed with a capacity to issue humanitarian visas.

Calls for solidarity-based responsibility sharing have not answered; there is the need of more efficient and more advanced systems with clear legal frameworks put in place.

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