HUMAN RIGHTS TALK: Experts criticise the resettlement quotas for refugees in the EU

Over 130 people followed the Invitation to the HUMAN RIGHTS TALK: “A Life on Hold – Refugee Resettlements in the EU”. Heinz Patzelt (Amnesty International), Bernhard Perchinig (Migration researcher), Charlotte Phillips (Refugee and Migrants' Rights Team, Amnesty International/ IS), Christoph Pinter (UNHCR), Marcin Pruss (European Commission). The event was organised in cooperation with Amnesty International Austria and the House of the EU. 

were discussing the resettlement agreements and programmes in the member states of the European Union and their responsibility towards refugees and asylum seekers. The event was moderated by Manfred Nowak (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights) The discussion was organised in cooperation with Amnesty International and the House of the European Union.

The series of events takes place in cooperation with juridikum, journal for critique | Justice | society, derStandard.at and zige.tv

Below you can find the recording as well as the press commentaries:

 

Press commentaries:

Der Standard: "Experten kritisieren Wiederansiedlungsrate der EU von Flüchtlingen"

EU-Infothek: "Flüchtlinge: Bitte warten!"

ORF: "Kritik an Flüchtlings-Wiederansiedlungsrate der EU"