RECOMMENDATIONS: The new Pact on migration and asylum and the future of migration policy

We bring you a summary and recommendations resulting from the National Convention on EU Affairs on the topic of the new Pact on migration and asylum and the future of migration policy, which took place on January 29 in an online environment and of which our institute is a professional guarantor.

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National Convention on EU Affairs: A new Pact on migration and asylum and the future of migration policy

Our institute is a professional guarantor of the National Convention on EU Affairs on the topic of the new Pact on migration and asylum and the future of migration policy, which will take place on January 29 in an online environment.

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Debates from the EU± series

The EU± project - a platform for discussions on topics related to current EU issues in the eyes of the young generation – takes place since the beginning of 2018. In the next year, we continue with debates on topics such as Euroscepticism, Brexit, V4, Erasmus +, work abroad, the situation in the Western Balkans, migration, cybersecurity, the Czech Republic within the EU or fake news and misinformation.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: New EU migration and asylum policy - will Europe agree on a common migration management?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to another debate from the Café Evropa series, which will take place on Wednesday 4 November from 5:30 PM online on Facebook.

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INVITATION: EU± // New pact on migration and asylum

At the very end of September, the European Commission introduced a new pact on migration and asylum. It is a complex package of measures which responds to events of 2015 and 2016 and to the fact that there has been a very little progress made in regard of the migration and asylum policy reform. What exactly does the Commission’s new proposal contain? Will new migration quotas be introduced? Which measures will Czechia like the most and which of them will we criticize again? Our dear guests will answer not only these question during the next debate from series EU± on Wednesday, October 14 at 6:30 PM.

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The human cost of the EU’s externalisation of fundamental obligations

More than half of all refugees from Syria is currently located in Turkey. In her latest blog, Tuba Nilüfer Uğur zooms in on the local situation and suggests steps that should be made by the EU to help this matter.

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The question of Hungary’s usage of the migration topic in policymaking

Our Mark Szabo explores, in his latest blog, the question of Hungary’s usage of the migration topic in policymaking.

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Otázka maďarského využití tématu migrace při tvorbě politiky

Náš Mark Szabo ve svém nejnovějším blogu zkoumá otázku maďarského využití tématu migrace při tvorbě politiky.

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Deník N: Explosive topic doomed to fail. This time, the larger part of the EU does not like the new scheme of redistribution of refugees

Our Christian Kvorning Lassen, deputy director of EUROPEUM Institute of European Policy, contributed to the article about the newly proposed initiative for the efficient and fast relocation of rescued asylum seekers and commented on its link with the domestic political situation in Italy.

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POLICY PAPER: Untying the Gordian Knot of the Common European Asylum System: Dublin IV Reform

The latest policy paper by our Shang-Yen Lee and Christian Kvorning Lassen focuses on the reform of Dublin IV regulation under the Common European Asylum System and its prospects after the EP elections.

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