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.
Yves Bertoncini, our director, appears as a guest of France 24, in "La semaine de l'économie" on September 23, 2016, live and direct from 3:15 p. m. to 4 p. m. to debate about migrants crisis and the French budget for 2017.
Yves Pascouau, associate research fellow and director at the European Policy Centre is the guest of RCF radio to discuss Pope calls for parishes to house migrants one year later, on September 9, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Enrico Letta, our President, is interviewed on Bloomberg. He discusses Italy's upcoming reform referendum, obstacles holding back Italy's economy, and problems in the Italian banking industry. Those problematics are concerning very much Europe as ...
This policy paper by Henrik Enderlein and Nicole Koenig aims to contribute to the reform process by outlining a “first best” solution for a thorough overhaul of the Common European Asylum System, and notably the Dublin system.
31/08/2016 Policy paper - Henrik Enderlein and Nicole Koenig