What lies behind Europe’s Fortress? ‘Suspicious Package’ examines the migratory security business to understand who benefits politically and economically from the EU’s border security system.
The testimonies of Mohammed (a Sudanese poet exiled in Paris), Nadym and Bissan (two young Syrian refugees in Germany) and Elouh (a rapper in exile from Cameroun) are linked with analysis from experts in law, migration policy, the war-industry and international relations. They explain how the migration rhetoric developed and describe the reality of life without identity papers, when refugees are constantly treated as a potential danger to society.
On 18 April 2015, a boat sank off the coast of Libya, killing an estimated 800 migrants. Who were they? We follow the team trying to identify them.More info
Cutting freedoms and attacking the rule of law, Europe's extreme right has made significant gains in the new parliament. How does it grow?More info
Torn apart by war and politics: from Germany Raf’aa prays to be reunited with her young family, who are trapped in one of Europe’s worst refugee campsMore info