Vienna – ESI at Laureate talk on humane Borders and justice
ESI’s Gerald Knaus was awarded the Bruno Kreisky Prize recognition award for the Political Book 2020, for his recently published book “Welche Grenzen brauchen wir?” on the future of asylum and migration policy.
The prize was also given to Melissa Erkut (Austrian journalist and publicist) for her book “Generation haram” and to Armin Thurnher (Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Falter Book Publishing House) for special publishing achievements.
Both Melissa and Gerald spoke about their books and issues such as the Western Balkans, migration, refugees, resettlement, integration, and diversity. The conversation was moderated by Hannes Swoboda and by Armin Thurnher.
- ESI proposals website: EU-Turkey Statement 2.0
- ESI draft of a revised EU-Turkey Statement 2.0, 16 March 2021
- ESI Newsletter: Essay 1 - The promise and the agony – saving the refugee convention
- Berliner Zeitung: Merkel advisor Knaus: Resettle refugees directly to Germany 17 March 2021
- Anadolu Agency, Humane borders, control through cooperation possible: Turkey, EU can show the way, 26 March 2021
- Falter: What borders do we need? Falter podcast of presentation by Gerald Knaus on refugee and migration policy, 5 April 2021
- Focus Online: Interview with Gerald Knaus: The Turkey deal has failed: "Germany could take in 30,000 refugees a year, 16 April 2021