German and Greek voters oppose ‘pushbacks’ of irregular migrants and prefer a new approach to resettlement of Syrian refugees from Turkey to the EU. These are some of the findings of a major new study analyzing voters’ attitudes in Germany, Greece, and Turkey, conducted by the Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration (MEDAM). The study provides fresh insight amid discussions about future EU-Turkey cooperation on irregular migration and refugee protection—as well as potential agreements with other non-EU countries of origin and transit.

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Heraus­geberMercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration
VeröffentlichungMai 2021

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