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Frey Lindsay
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Frey Lindsay

Frey Lindsay is a journalist and researcher specializing in migration, asylum, and labor issues. His work has appeared extensively on the BBC World Service and Radio 4, as well as Thompson Reuters, InfoMigrants, and openDemocracy. During the pandemic, he covered the impact of border closures and lockdowns on labor migrants and their families. He also regularly reports on barriers to mobility for young people, students, and workers around the world.

He holds a BA in global politics from Birkbeck, University of London, and an MSc in migration studies from the University of Oxford, where he wrote his dissertation on the integration experience of Syrian refugees in Germany.

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March 2024

The story of the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe is chiefly one of challenges to solidarity and coordination. Cross-border movement—even within Europe’s Schengen Area—ground to a halt, and countries took varied approaches to using travel measures in an attempt to slow the virus’s spread. This report explores the pandemic’s impacts on mobility to and within Europe, its challenges to European solidarity, and lessons for future public-health crises.