During the year 2021 and so far in 2022, Europeans have witnessed how external borders are becoming more and more evident, how migrants are used as pawns, how Frontex’s activity is scrutinised and how, once again, armed conflicts cause huge waves of people seeking refuge, to name but a few examples. It is obvious that excessive bureaucracy and administrative barriers need to be reduced to prevent migrants from being re-victimised at every step of their migration journey, especially after having realised this year that not all migration processes are predictable. These articles aim to offer a broad view of migration phenomena in the European Union from different approaches and are a reflection of the concerns and preoccupations of their authors.

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