- The EU Member States should respect their legal obligations to safeguard the right to family reunification. As of today, the procedures of family reunification remain rare and are entirely carried out by private actors.
- There is an urgent need to establish safe and legal routes for minors, families and the elderly, so that these individuals no longer have to take the risk of crossing illegally. The Dubs amendment relating to the legal transfer of unaccompanied and separated children to the United Kingdom has not fulfilled its quotas.
- There needs to be dignified reception centres for all migrants in Dunkirk and Calais while awaiting transfer, to avoid the current unsanitary conditions.
- The UK and France should allocate a proportion of the budget for border security in Northern France to child protection and anti-trafficking measures.