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Dublin is over: the rise of Europe’s new migrant prisons

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Dublin is over: the rise of Europe’s new migrant prisons

By getting the UNHCR and Frontex to more directly intervene in the first moments of arrival with identification and fingerprinting, the EU is attempting to retake control of movement throughout Europe. [...]

October 19, 2015 Author: Richard B

Spain: CIEs* – The regulation of shame or the normalisation of racism

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Spain: CIEs* – The regulation of shame or the normalisation of racism

The CIEs first emerged in 1985. They have been in existence for 29 years without a specific regulation. This lack of regulation meant a clear violation of the law for the past 5 years, since, in the reform of 2009, the Immigration Act ordered the Government to regulate the CIEs within 6 months. But it’s [...]

March 26, 2014 Author: Patricia Orejudo

Barcelona: Thousands of voices against the Temporary Detention Centres for Migrants

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Barcelona: Thousands of voices against the Temporary Detention Centres for Migrants

Around 1,000 people marched yesterday, January 11th, in front of the Temporary Detention Centre for Migrants (CIE) of Barcelona's Zona Franca to demand the closure of detention centers for foreigners and justice in clarifying the case of Armenian citizen Aramis Manukyan, "Alik", who died in the detention center on December 3th 2013. [...]

January 11, 2014 Author: Robert Bonet