Luxembourg: Authorities encouraged to continue efforts to integrate asylum-seekers and migrants
“Luxembourg has made considerable efforts to respond to Europe’s refugee and migrant crisis by receiving asylum-seekers and relocating and resettling refugees from other parts of Europe and beyond. It has largely avoided the trap of political instrumentalisation of the issue of migration, and...
Luxembourg should not extend the period of detention of migrant children but work to eliminate the practice
I have learned with concern that the Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies, in its examination of Bill No. 6992 on the free movement of persons and immigration and on the holding centre, is considering extending the maximum period for the detention of migrant children and their families to seven days....
Commissioner Hammarberg recommends further steps to protect individual rights in migration policies and juvenile justice
Luxembourg, 12/03/2012 – "The current increase in the number of persons seeking asylum in Luxembourg requires fair and effective procedures and a humane response", said the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, at the end of a two-day visit to the country. In 2011,...
Report on visit to Luxembourg
Report by Mr Alvaro Gil-Robles, Commissioner for Human Rights, on his visit to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (2-3 February 2004) CommDH(2004)11 / 08 July 2004
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* On 16 March 2022, the Committee of Ministers adopted a decision by which the Russian Federation ceased to be a member of the Council of Europe, after 26 years of membership.
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