“No more Morias”? – How the New Camp did (not) Improve the Human Rights Conditions for Refugees on Lesvos

Over the past couple of years, “Moria”, the name of the former refugee camp on the Greek island Lesvos, has become a synonym for the European Union’s failure in human rights and migration policy. With a temporary overcrowding of more than 700 % (more than 20.000 people living there in April 2020 with an official capacity of 2.757 people) the year previous to the fire, Moria was Europe’s largest refugee camp.