Outsourcing migration control is leading to violence in eastern Europe and beyond

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Over the past few months, the border between Belarus and Poland has become the site of yet another “migration crisis,” and the recent drowning of at least 27 migrants in the English Channel has further illustrated the increased human cost of restrictive migration controls.

These events show that the European Union’s approach to migration governance isn’t working.

The situation will continue as long as governments keep prioritizing the protection of borders over the protection of human rights.

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