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Yves Pascouau

Yves Pascouau

Associate senior research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute and director at the European Policy Centre
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A jobseeker’s visa for third-country nationals
"The refugee crisis: A European call for action" the declaration of Vision Europe consortium published in Policy Review
What migration strategy for the EU?
The EU’s migrant strategy: a welcome new impetus
Border control and the right of asylum: where is the EU heading?
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Key events
Vaux-de-Cernay, 8-9 July - Resolving the refugee crisis / Fighting the terrorist threat
Beirut, 23 March 2016 - Refugee crisis : Europe and its Other
Valletta, 23 September 2015 - EASO and the future of the Common European Asylum System
Paris, 11 May 2016 - European migration policy starts outside the EU
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Migration policy

Since the Treaty of Amsterdam, which made the EU a player in migration policies, it has rolled out sustained legislative and operational actions on border management, short-term visa policy, asylum and immigration. While the crisis situations oblige the EU to find common responses to an unprecedented humanitarian challenge, the Jacques Delors Institute is paying special attention to the divisions between Member States and the areas of convergence that could help them to overcome these divisions.

The EU performance in the global competition for highly-skilled migrants

European efforts to attract highly-qualified immigration face several obstacles, from the non-existence of a true intra-European labour market to the difficulties resulting from the overly timid design of the Blue Card. It is still impossible to ...

25/02/2013 Policy paper - Alicia Sorroza Blanco, Andreas Ette, Carmen Gonzalez Enriquez and Roderick Parkes

The migration-development nexus: time for a paradigm shift

The EU has long endorsed international discourse on migration as a ‘tool’ for development that aims at harnessing remittances and diasporas to maximize their positive impacts on development and poverty reduction. At the same time however, the ...

25/02/2013 Policy paper - Ruby Gropas

Mobility Partnerships: a convincing tool for the EU’s global approach to migration?

Mobility Partnerships constitute a key tool of the EU’s GAMM (Global Approach to Migration and Mobility) aiming to facilitate and organise the legal mobility of Third Country Nationals, to address irregular migration under effective and humane ...

25/02/2013 Policy paper - Anna Triandafyllidou and Thanos Maroukis

Welfare state sustainability: resetting EU migration strategy?

Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute presents the synthesis of the fifth seminar of the project Think Global - Act European IV which took place, in partnership with EPC on the 30th October 2012 in Brussels.

07/01/2013 Synthesis - Chiara Rosselli and Elvire Fabry

Brussels, 30 October 2012 - Facing the EU demographic challenge through a comprehensive migration strategy?

The last seminar of the Think Global - Act European IV project focused on the European external action will take place in Brussles at the European Policy Centre (EPC), the30th October 2012. The seminar, entitled"How can Europeans address the ...

24/10/2012 Seminar - Elvire Fabry and Yves Pascouau

Yves Bertoncini on Deutsche Welle radio: "Europe will need immigration"

Yves Bertoncini, Secretary General of Notre Europe, interviewed by the German radio “Deutsche Welle”, on the protection of the european frontiers and Schengen Area. "Europe will need immigration" Bertoncini says. Click here to listen poadcast

27/07/2012 Programme - Yves Bertoncini
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