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Restrictions on the right to work and acquire assets hamper the ability for refugees to become self-reliant. The coronavirus pandemic has made a dire situation even worse in the absence of humanitarian aid or personal income.
With elections looming at the weekend, Georgia's political and economic progress to date could be at the stake as it comes under increasing pressure from private interests and malign Russian influence.
Without access to technology to take part in online classes, Roma children are disproportionately being forced to abandon their education during lockdowns - and with it, their best chance at improving their futures.
This year, most of us have had to learn to live amidst a deadly crisis and uncertain future. For the Rohingya, this is not new. COVID-19 is yet another threat to their families, to their lives.
Our oceans are our first line of defence against rising carbon levels in the atmosphere. Overfishing is compromising the planet's immunity to climate change - to the detriment of us all.
The meeting of three Catalan presidents stripped of their offices or the right to hold office has become symbolic of how Catalan democracy is being treated by Madrid.
Those committed to the freedom of speech should remember that it comes with conditions to ensure its survival. It is not unbridled; it comes with protections which must apply to all communities.
Portugal's Justice Minister Francisca Van Dunem hits back after academics criticised the European Council over the rule of law.
With a forward-thinking digital trade strategy, the EU could make a huge impact globally on privacy, COVID-19 recovery efforts and much more.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique challenge but also a major opportunity to highlight how refugee-led organisations are best placed to act both in emergencies and on long-term integration strategies.
COVID-19 has revealed the macroeconomic importance of tourism in most OECD and G20 economies. Many businesses across the sector are fighting to survive.
In an open letter to the European Parliament, law professors express their concern about the way recent appointments to the EPPO were carried out by the European Council.
Measures that are rightly being put in place by governments to restrict the spread of COVID-19 are now being used as a means to put an end to our right to protest when they make poor decisions.
Freedom of expression - through satire, cartoons and so on - is being eroded by self-censorship. Despite it being a fundamental cornerstone of European culture, we are becoming afraid to be irreverent.
Resettlement programmes were put on pause by coronavirus pandemic, leaving refugees heading to EU countries to start a new life in limbo. The EU's new Migration Pact needs to be more ambitious in what it can do for those needed sanctuary.
The EU cannot be found at offices in Brussels, Luxembourg or Strasbourg but rather in the history and in the spirit of the peoples of which it is composed. If Europe rejects its nations, she will lose her soul.
Montenegro's opposition is on the cusp on forging a historic coalition, ending nearly 30 years of rule by the country's Democratic Socialists. There is a lot on the agenda to turn the country around.
Implementing a plan that reflects a shared responsibility among its member states is the only way the EU will end the deaths or indefinite languishing at sea of migrants crossing the Mediterranean for a better life.