For two years, Frontex has been under investigation for its practices when dealing with information requests. Now, after our complaint, the European Ombudswoman has called on controversial EU border agency Frontex to answer FragDenStaat requests by e-mail. This could have an impact on other platforms, too.
756 German officers, 11 Italian aircrafts, 62 Bulgarian patrol cars or 101 Austrian deportation officials: We publish all resources European countries make available to Frontex.
After the burning of the Moria camp in Lesvos, refugees on the Greek islands are being moved to new camps that resemble prisons. Documents published by us reveal the EU Fundamental Rights Agency advised against these camps. The EU built them anyway.
In an unprecedented move, the European Parliament has called on Frontex, the EU’s border police force, to withdraw its demand for legal fees - and to refrain from doing it again in the future.
The EU border police Frontex has been under pressure for months. It is accused of being involved in human rights violations. We publish the internal reports on possible pushbacks that the agency is currently investigating. Frontex wanted to prohibit us from publishing them.
In March, the EU border police Frontex was involved in an attempted human rights violation. Internal documents show that Frontex did not investigate the incident, but quickly swept it under the carpet.
The German Ministry of Interior is planning to put even further restrictions on Germany’s and Europe’s asylum and migration policies. We have translated its so-called “Master Plan Migration” that includes all of their demands and proposals.
Exclusive Internal diplomatic report on "concentration camp-like" conditions in Libyan refugee camps
The EU is cooperating ever more closely with Libyan militias to prevent people from fleeing to Europe. A wire report published by the German Federal Foreign Office after our Freedom of Information request shows the conditions under which refugees have to live in Libya.