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10 points for a new migration policy in Europe
Migration related to persecution, conflict and human rights violations is not just about Europe. UNCHR data show that world-wide migrants, only in the year 2015, were 65.3 million people. And only one-tenth of these people have found refuge in Europe.
Lack of proper information can make us think that there is no solution to the phenomenon of clandestine migrations, the thousands of deaths at sea, and the tremendous suffering that must endure those who escape wars, dictatorships and misery.
But this is false. Practical solutions exist.
In this decalogue we tried to summarize some of the proposals developed by various civil society organizations. Some of these are actions that could be implemented in the short term, other aspects of a long-term strategy.
But they are, however, possible solutions for a better European migration policy.

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