European Migration and Diversity

Reception and integration of refugees - Cities on the frontline
4 April 2016

Emerging trends and best practices in cities’ integration policies

Reception and integration of refugees - Cities on the frontline


The refugee crisis: an insider's view for outsiders
16 February 2016

An inside look at the refugee crisis

The refugee crisis: an insider's view for outsiders


Integration of refugees - How do cities and institutions respond?
2 February 2016

The integration of refugees in European societies may be one of the biggest challenges Europe has ever had to face.

Integration of refugees - How do cities and institutions respond?


Post-Summit Briefing
19 October 2015

Difficult times lie ahead for the EU

Post-Summit Briefing


European response(s) to the refugee, migrant and humanitarian crisis - Will the EU and member states succeed?
1 October 2015

When it comes to tackling the refugee crisis, member states can either succeed together or fail separately

European response(s) to the refugee, migrant and humanitarian crisis - Will the EU and member states succeed?


Post-JHA Council Briefing
15 September 2015

The JHA Council fails to reach a consensus: what does this mean for migration policy and the future of Europe?

Post-JHA Council Briefing


The challenge of the migration crisis - Can the EU find solutions?
15 July 2015

The EU’s reaction to the migration crisis: disappointing at best

The challenge of the migration crisis - Can the EU find solutions?


Labour migration governance in hard times - New approaches for reconciling economic needs and social resistance
20 February 2014

The crisis has reduced, but not suppressed shortages at both the upper and lower end of European labour markets and discussions on opening legal channels for migration have been off the political agenda.

Labour migration governance in hard times


Lives at risk, rights in danger - Has Europe lost its way?
21 January 2014

With tragedies and loss of life continuing to occur in the Mediterranean, and memories of the many 2013 disasters including Lampedusa still raw, the question of whether Europe is meeting its human rights obligations is becoming increasingly urgent.

Lives at risk, rights in danger


A final push on EU migration policy before the changing of the guard?
6 December 2013

Much progress on migration has been made to date, but a great deal of work remains to be done.

A final push on EU migration policy before the changing of the guard?


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Senior Policy Analyst and Head of the Migration and Diversity Programme

Marie De Somer
m.desomer@epc.eu

Policy Analyst

Frank Mc Namara
F.McNamara@epc.eu

Programme Assistants

Katharina Bamberg
k.bamberg@epc.eu
Marta Llonch
m.llonch@epc.eu

Senior Adviser to EPC on migration and mobility policies

Yves Pascouau
yves.pascouau@gmail.com