Generation E is a pan-European project that aims to collect data to help us understand the phenomenon of the migration of young people from Southern Europe who leave, at least temporarily, their countries. It is the description of a generation, or at least of a part of it, beyond the false myths and clichés that label these young women and men, beyond the ‘lost youth’ stereotype.
The flow of refugees applying for international protection cannot be regulated because this would entail a violation of the principle of non-refoulement as established by the Geneva conference on refugees, adopted by states and inherent in European law. This presents a problem for all the destination countries of asylum seekers: the problem of flow ‘control’.
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