EU migrant crisis: Criminalising compassion
Stopping to help women who are injured and look distressed at the side of the road; offering food to a hungry child or tea to a parched man who has been walking for days. These acts of solidarity and compassion are increasingly being treated as crimes across Europe. Amnesty International has released the results of an investigation into how eight European countries are operating contrary to international human rights laws. Researcher Rym Khadhraoui joined us for Perspective to tell us more.