"European migration crises 1945-2015, causes and consequences"
The international scientific meeting “European migration crisis 1945-2015, causes and consequences” brought together scientists, politicians and representatives of the non-governmental sector from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary and Greece.
During the meeting, the causes and consequences of the political and economic migration crises that occurred in Europe in the period from 1945 to 1945 were discussed. until 2015 years.
The aim of the meeting was for the gathered parties to help the societies in which they live to better understand the current refugee crisis. The idea is to find and propose concrete solutions to overcome the crisis in the future.
The conclusions of the meeting showed concern for the loss of democratic and humanitarian identity of some European Union member states. This is reflected in the erection of high wire fences and limiting the right of refugees and exiles to find safety in Europe.
In the last year, more than a million people have arrived in Europe. The reactions of the member states of the European Union are different, from those who react in accordance with democratic and humanitarian standards to those who show narrow chauvinistic attitudes.
The gathering pointed to a paradoxical situation in which the European Union and the countries of the Balkans praise their own democratic and liberal values, but have repressive policies towards refugees. Those policies include separating children from their families and confiscating property.