Asylum and integration policies

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Information about COVID-19 for Foreigners in Croatia

As in many other countries, Croatia has implemented measures to reduce the impact of the Corona virus (covid-19) epidemic. At the STIRE webpage you can find some useful links which offer advice on how to protect yourself and which regulations are taken in Croatia. Moreover, you can find contacts services and support that you could need as a foreigner in Croatia: medical help, psychosocial support, legal information.

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We call for humane, sustainable solutions and clear distribution of responsibilities within the EU member states

Ahead of the informal meeting of European Foreign Affairs Ministers, Centre for Peace Studies, Are You Syrious, Welcome Initiative and Forum 2020 warned that the EU has to urgently adopt sustainable and humane solutions for the humanitarian crisis at the Greece-Turkey land border, as well as on Greek islands and other external borders of the EU. A banner with the message “For Open Europe” was displayed at the press conference. 

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NEW YEARLY REPORT ON TORTURE OF ASYLUM SEEKERS BY CROATIAN AUTHORITIES AT EU EXTERNAL BORDERS

Together with a number of NGOs such as Human Rights Watch,  Are You Syrious / Centre for Peace Studies, and Amnesty International, the Border Violence Monitoring Network has been working to document  illegal pushbacks and police violence along the EU’s external borders in the Western Balkans since the formal closure of the route in 2017. While the existence of systematic illegal pushbacks along the Croatian and Hungarian borders with Serbia and Bosnia is evidenced extensively, this report focuses on the increasing violence that is applied to refugees and migrants under the framework of the Croatian case.

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WHAT IS HAPPENING AT CROATIA’S EXTERNAL BORDERS?

This publication has been jointly produced by Centre for Peace Studies, Border Violence Monitoring Network, Are You Syrious, Asylum Protection Centre and No Name Kitchen, who provide support to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants and have collected substantial evidence of abuses perpetrated by the Croatian authorities against people trying to enter the European Union, including their unlawful and violent return to non-EU countries Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. 

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