Jonas Ecke

Jonas Ecke has conducted research for aid organizations in Ghana, Liberia and South Sudan. He also briefly assisted aid-projects in Turkey and Iraq.

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A child looks on as migrants take shelter inside a abandoned building as they gather in city center waiting to resume their efforts to enter Europe in Edirne, northwestern Turkey on March 5, 2020. The EU has scrambled to respond to the surge of migrants at the Greek border, where authorities say some 24,000 were stopped from entering between February 29 - March 2, 2020. (Photo: OZAN KOSE/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Thursday, March 05, 2020
Yet Another Betrayal of Humanitarianism: EU Policies at the Greece-Turkey Border
EU State flouts norms In the light of the events of the last days, the European Union’s high-minded talk about human rights can only be perceived as unbearably cynical and hypocritical. An estimated 13,000 migrants are stuck on the Turkey-Greece border are being denied entry into Greek territory,...
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Sunday, May 21, 2017
Whatever Happened to Peace? Arms, Oil and War by Proxy
The end of the Cold War was one of the few historical moments in which people around the world looked forward to a future that promised to be more just and peaceful for everyone. The Berlin Wall was finally torn down, following years of tireless civil society activism in one of the world’s few...
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