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Cristina Gortázar, a Professor at Comillas, analyzed immigration in Europe at the “Fundación Diálogo”


More than 710,000 people entered Europe in the first nine months of 2015 as a result of the deteriorating situation in Syria and the lack of any future for refugees in the neighboring countries.

This is a situation that Europe is trying to manage, but it does  not have an adequate mechanism to do so, according to Cristina Gortázar, a Professor at Comillas and Director of the Jean Monnet Chair on Immigration Law and Asylum, during the Panel Discussion-Debate “The Refugee Crisis: Dialogue between France and Spain”, organized by the “Fundación Diálogo” (The Foundation for Dialogue).  “The EU has learned some things about immigration, but it still has other things to learn”, said Gortázar.


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