InfoMigrants examines living conditions of refugees at a camp in Chios, Greece. The IOM has a new platform for migrants participating in assisted voluntary return schemes to share their stories and the European Court of Justice dismisses a challenge from Hungary and Slovakia over the bloc's refugee quota. This and more in today's roundup.
The Vial detention center: a vision of hell in Chios: A year after the signing of a refugee deal between Europe and Turkey, nearly 60,000 migrants are still stuck in Greece. What is life like for them? InfoMigrants went to investigate. Click here to read more.
European Court of Justice dismisses eastern states' challenge to refugee quota: The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has struck down a challenge from Hungary and Slovakia over the bloc's mandatory refugee quota policy. The ruling is a victory for Brussels, Paris and Berlin. Click here to read more.
The EU migrant relocation and resettlement scheme - what you need to know: The European Court of Justice has dismissed Hungary's and Slovakia's challenge against the EU's 2015 refugee quota policy. DW looks at how the EU's relocation scheme works and how far it's succeeded. Click here to read more.
Rise in migrant arrivals adds more pressure on Greek camps: A group of 103 migrants were rescued off the coast of Crete on Tuesday as the surge in new arrivals of undocumented refugees continues in Greece, putting more strain on already overcrowded hotspots and reception centers. Click here to read more.
Migrants tell of voluntary returns in SPEAK project: SPEAK is a project by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in which migrants who participated in assisted voluntary return to their home countries tell their stories of reintegration. Click here to read more.
The story of an Eritrean teenager poet: The story of the journey of M., a teenager poet who fled from Eritrea, and his experience of migration has been depicted in a video produced by the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). The aim is to invite other asylum seekers to enter the European relocation programme. Click here to read more.