2015 European refugee crisis
|Date||July 2015 - Present|
|Description||Crisis in Europe over the escalating numbers of refugees from Middle-Eastern and North African countries.|
The 2015 European refugee crisis or European migrant crisis or arose through the rising number of refugees and migrants coming to the European Union, across the Mediterranean Sea or Southeast Europe, and applying for asylum.
|Stef Blok||“I don't think you'll ever be able to centrally organize the EU countries accepting refugees in equal amounts. Eastern-Europeans would never agree to that. Even if we would force them, hands on their back and they'd say "yes", even then, walk a week through Warsaw or Prague. There are no colored people there. They would be gone within a week. They would be literally beaten up. They don't have a life there.”||Stef Blok||2018|
|Document:Europe in free fall||article||28 August 2015||'The Saker'||An analysis of the European geo-political predicament illuminated by its burgeoning refugee crisis|
|Document:Refugee crisis-Brought to you by Western Imperialism||article||20 September 2015||André Vltchek||Home truths for European countries about their refugee crisis|
An official example
|BBC coverage of the Calais Jungle|
- "Europe's African Refugee Crisis: Is the Boat Really Full?". Der Spiegel. 15 April 2014.
- http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-08/what-you-need-to-know-about-europe-s-refugee-crisis-q-a }
- http://www.unhcr.org/55df0e556.html "The majority of people arriving this year in Italy and Greece especially have been from countries mired in war or which otherwise are considered to be 'refugee-producing' and for whom international protection is needed. However, a smaller proportion is from elsewhere, and for many of these individuals, the term 'migrant' would be correct."