Τρίτη, 8 Απριλίου 2014

Future eu migration policies and mpc input MPC suggestions for a Post-Stockholm Agenda on Mobility and Migration


 








The MPC is actively taking part in the debate on future priorities to be addressed by European policies in the field of mobility and migration. 
The Stockholm Programme, which framed Home Affairs policies from 2010 to 2014, will indeed soon come to an end and future policy orientations are being discussed. 
Within this framework, the MPC participated in the European Commission – DG Home Affairs consultation on ‘An open and safe Europe – what next?’, providing suggestions for a Post-Stockholm Agenda on Mobility and Migration. 
Professor Philippe Fargues, Director of the MPC, and Professor Philippe De Bruycker, Deputy Director of the MPC, were invited to present their positions at the Stakeholders Conference organised by the European Commission in Brussels on 29 and 30 January 2014
MPC Contribution to DG Home Affairs consultation analyses the migration situation in the European Union and the challenges that will need to be addressed in the coming years – demographic decline, sustainability of welfare systems, ageing of skills, intra-EU mobility, EU preference, irregular migration, EU visa policy, integration, EU solidarity, etc. I
t proposes concrete measures to be included in guidelines in the areas of freedom, security and justice for the period 2014-19.

The MPC at the European Commission’s POLITICALLY.EU event on ‘Europe and Migration Policies’ in Naples, 31 March 2014

The MPC is the scientific partner to the Italian Representation of the European Commission in the upcoming POLITICALLY.EU event on ‘Europe and Migration Policies’, which will take place on 31 March 2014 in Naples, Italy.
This ‘national debate’ will focus on three topics: Migration and Demographic Change; 
Opportunities in the Mediterranean; and Integration and Citizenship. 
It aims to provide an opportunity for discussion at the national level between those responsible for defining a global strategy, those in charge of implementing policy frameworks, experts in the various fields of interest, and representatives of migrants.
The conclusions gathered during the debate will be brought to the attention of the Italian Government and the EU in order to contribute to the definition of a new European agenda for Home Affairs and the development of a consistent Italian strategy.

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