Around the world, forced migration doubled in the decade leading up to 2019. Over that time, the borders of the European Union became the world's deadliest frontier. More than 20,000 people have died or disappeared while attempting to gain entry since 2012, the year the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
On 27 May 2021, Dr Zoe Holman, a journalist and the author of Where the Water Ends: Seeking Refuge in Fortress Europe joined Professor Michelle Foster to discuss the intricate and complex daily, monthly and yearly challenges of those seeking, within or outside of 'the system', a future for themselves within the EU.
Many thanks to Zoe for a fantastic discussion.