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Yves Bertoncini

Yves Bertoncini

Yves Bertoncini has been Director of the Jacques Delors Institute (2012-2017). He assists the ...
Piero Gastaldo

Piero Gastaldo

Secretary General, Compagnia di San Paolo
Aart De Geus

Aart De Geus

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bertelsmann Stiftung
Mikko  Kosonen

Mikko Kosonen

Mikko Kosonen has worked as President of Sitra since 2008. The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra is a ...
Robin Niblett

Robin Niblett

Robin Niblett became the director of Chatham House in January 2007. Before joining Chatham House, ...
Artur   Santos Silva

Artur Santos Silva

President, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Izabela Styczynska

Izabela Styczynska

Izabela Styczynska obtained her PhD from the University of Turin in 2011. She holds a Master's ...
Guntram  Wolff

Guntram Wolff

Guntram Wolff has been the Director of Bruegel since June 2013. His research focuses on the ...
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Towards strategic migration and refugee policies in Europe

on December 5, 2016, 16:23
Tribune - Yves Bertoncini, Piero Gastaldo, Aart De Geus, Mikko Kosonen, Robin Niblett, Artur Santos Silva, Izabela Styczynska and Guntram Wolff

The record numbers of refugees arriving in Europe in 2015 has put pressure on policymakers to devise effective policies that address both the plight of refugees and the concerns of EU citizens. The crisis has exacerbated divisions and tensions within and between EU member states and revealed how unprepared the EU was to deal with such an influx.

Crises, however, can be constructive, if they create the conditions for essential reforms. As Europe now has some breathing space in managing the refugee flows, there is an opportunity to focus on strategy development, which cannot be missed. There is also an opportunity for dialogue around European values, identity and vision that can help build common ground for the future.


The Jacques Delors Institute takes part to the Vision Europe project, a consortium of think tanks and foundations collaborating to address some of the most pressing public policy challenges facing Europe. Through research, publications and an annual summit, we aim to be a forum for debate and a source of recommendations to improve evidence-based policy-making at both a national and EU level and to foster as appropriate European integration. In 2015 we commonly worked on "The Future of the Welfare State"; in 2016, the Vision Europe initiative developed innovative policy recommendations on how to  improve the response to the crisis of migrants and refugees in Europe.
 
Vision Europe other participating organizations are:
Bertelsmann Stiftung (Germany)
Bruegel (Belgium)
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal)
- Center for Social and Economic Research (Poland)
Chatham House (UK)
Compagnia di San Paolo (Italy)
The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra (Finland).
 
For more information about the project please refer to www.vision-europe-summit.eu and follow the twitter hashtag #VisionEurope.

 
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