OSCE explains radicalisation of migrants in Europe

OSCE explains radicalisation of migrants in Europe

Europe's failure to develop and efficiently implement long-term policies that aim to integrate migrants into European societies may result in isolationism eventually lead to radicalisation and violence, OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Lamberto Zannier said.

According to him, the influx of migrants is testing Europe’s capability to uphold human rights for all and to ensure protection against hatred, racism and violence against all minorities, including religious minorities.

"Shortcomings in the development and implementation of long-term policies that foster the integration of societies ... further contribute to isolationism, which constitutes fertile ground for radicalization and violence," OSCE High Commissioner noted.