dublin regulation

From file: This Catholic church in the state of Baden-Württemberg provided church asylum for an Iranian refugee family | Photo: Imago / EPD Heike Lyding
From file: Germany is finding it difficult to send back asylum seekers to other EU countries even after requests were sent via Dublin regulation | Photo: B. Thissen/dpa/picture-alliance
Idris Hassan is an Iraqi Kurd who says he was working happily in Sweden before being deported to Italy | Photo: Emma Wallis / InfoMigrants
The Swiss border is practically open for anyone to cross | Photo: Mandoga Media/picture-alliance
From file: Deportation flight from Germany | Photo: B. Roessler/dpa/picture-alliance
Immigration facility at Lesznowola, Poland | Source: Polish Border Guard
Queues outside Belgium's Fedasil registration centers for asylum seekers have become commonplace | Photo: Noe Zimmer/BELGA/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: Refugees arriving at Hanover airport in Germany, 2021 | Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: Mheddin Saho, a blind Syrian, no longer faces deportation from Germany to Spain | Source: Screenshot from video report by
Bayerischer Rundfunk
From file: There are more than 20,000 deportations from Germany a year on average (pre-pandemic), with the majority taking place under the EU's Dublin Regulation | Photo: D. Maurer/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: Migrants at the former camp for asylum seekers in Samos island, Greece | Photo: EPA/Michael Svarnias
The main left candidates: Anne Hidalgo (PS), Jean-Luc Mélenchon(Insoumis), Yannick Jadot (Verts) et Fabien Roussel (PC)