This podcast is a collaboration between FES Cyprus and Project Phoenix, a migrant-led European NGO and social enterprise dedicated to systemic change of the inclusion ecosystem. Migration 2.0 explores issues related to migration through multiple lenses. By amplifying migrant voices and shedding light on migration issues, we hope to promote inclusion, highlight the diversity of migrant experiences, and humanize migrants by including and centralizing their voices in the discourse.
In the sixth episode, Hubert Faustmann and Hrishabh Sandilya discuss the migration situation on Europe's borders with journalist Andrew Connelly. They talk about the potential impact any further movement of migrants from Afghanistan and Lebanon could have on the EU, Andrew’s presence on the Belarussian border and his past experiences in Cyprus and Greece.
Andrew Connelly is one of Europe's leading media voices on migration and has reported extensively on migration waves over the last decade in Cyprus, Greece, the Balkans, Turkey, and the Caucasus. His work is regularly featured in Al Jazeera, Vice, the New Humanitarian and Foreign Policy.