More NGOs have come out to deny allegations by the EU border agency Frontex that they aid human traffickers. A new website tests politicians' promises on migration and the African network of Germany has launched a project about the dangers of illegal migration to Europe. All this and more in today's roundup 

NGOs reject allegations that they favor traffickers: The EU agency Frontex has accused NGOs operating in the Mediterranean of colluding with human traffickers. Sea-Eye and Proactiva Open Arms are two organizations who have rejected this accusation. Click here to read more.

How migration affects elections, and the media misreports it: A new website launched in Berlin is out to test politicians’ promises about migration. The issue is central to all elections across Europe in 2017 – but is often distorted by poor media coverage. Click here to read more.

'Lost Dreams' project informs Africans of the dangers of illegal migration to Europe: The African Network of Germany (TANG) has launched a project about the dangers of illegal migration to Europe. It’s currently being presented to young people in Cameroon. Click here to read more.

Italian associations protest against immigration law: Migrants, activists, politicians and citizens have gathered in front of the Lower House of parliament in Rome to protest against a new government decree on immigration-related issues.The Lower House on Wednesday gave final approval to Interior Minister Marco Minniti’s decree. Click here to read more.

 
 

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