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Martina Menghi

Martina Menghi

Martina Menghi is a lawyer, she passed the Bar Exam in Rome, and she is currently pursuing a PhD in ...
Yves Pascouau

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Yves Pascouau is associate senior research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute and Director at ...
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The Schengen area under threat: problem or solution?

on September 11, 2015, 10:04
Synthesis - Martina Menghi and Yves Pascouau

This synthesis by Yves Pascouau and Martina Menghi presents the main discussion points and subjects evoked during the event "The Schengen area under threat: Problem or solution?" organized on 26 June, 2015 in the Hôtel de l’Industrie by the Jacques Delors Institute, the European Movement - Paris and the Société d’encouragement pour l’industrie nationale (Trust for National Industries).

After a word of welcome by Jean-Claude Houdoin, president of the European Movement Paris, the debate, which was moderated by Yves Pascouau, associate senior research fellow at the Jacques
Delors Institute and director at the European Policy Centre, began between:

Johannes De Ceuster, Head of unit “Border management and Schengen”, European Commission;
Marietta Karamanli, Socialist MP, French National Assembly;
António Vitorino, President of the Jacques Delors Institute and former European Commissioner for
justice and internal affairs.

This event was recorded and broadcasted by EuradioNantes, in partnership with the Jacques Delors Institute, as part of a series entitled "Around Schengen", hosted by Yves Pascouau:

Création et développement de Schengen avec Charles Elsen
Développements de la coopération de Schengen de 1999 à 2015
Les mécanismes de contrôle et de solidarité aux frontières de l'UE

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