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, is quoted in the french daily newspaper Le Monde about the asylum system in Europe in an article entitled "L’Europe tentée par un système d’asile plus directif", on June 12th, 2017.
In this policy paper, Marie Walter-Franke sheds light on EU rules regulating the detention of applicants for international protection, how they are currently implemented by member states, and the ongoing reform process.
Enrico Letta, our President, is interviewed by the italian online media BergamoNews about the euro crisis and the migratory phenomenon in an article entitled "Letta: Euro e migrazioni, solo un’Europa unita potrà superare la crisi”, on April ...
Yves Pascouau, associate research fellow at our institute, is interviewed on the French broadcast France Culture about the migration crises and the reconsideration of the Schengen area, on April 24th, 2017.
Yves Pascouau, associate senior research fellow in our Institute, is cited in the french newspaper France Ouestabout the European migration policy in an article entitled "Migrants. L’Europe traîne des pieds pour respecter le plan d'accueil", on ...
Our Think tanks European Forum is mentionned in an article on the online European information website EurActiv, in an article entitled Senior Arab diplomat derides EU migrant discourse, on February 28, 2017.