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FRA’s migration work presented at Jesuit Refugee Service report launch

The Agency presented key findings from its periodic migration reports on the situation of people arriving in the EU during a conference organised by the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS).

It also shared key findings from its work in the Greek and Italian hotspots, and other relevant work on the border situation, such as its biometrics project and interoperability opinion.

The conference took place on 19 June in Brussels. The aim of the conference was to present the key findings of the JRS’ report ‘Forgotten at the gates of Europe’, which is based on 117 interviews with refugees and asylum seekers.