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Europe Daily Bulletin No. 12341

4 October 2019
Contents Publication in full By article 12 / 32
SECTORAL POLICIES / Migration
According to Carola Rackete, civil society must also be aware of challenges around land borders
Brussels, 03/10/2019 (Agence Europe)

Following a heated meeting with the European Parliament's Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) on Thursday 3 October, Carola Rackete, captain of the humanitarian vessel Sea Watch, reminded the press that migration is a systemic and European issue and that attention should also be paid to migration management at land and internal borders.

"I hope that this interest will translate into some real changes", the human rights activist said, referring to the Maltese provisional agreement between...

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COMMISSIONERS-DESIGNATE HEARINGS IN EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
INSTITUTIONAL
SECTORAL POLICIES
EXTERNAL ACTION
ECONOMY - FINANCE - BUSINESS
COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EU
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
NEWS BRIEFS