European Migration and Diversity

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?


Making progress towards the completion of the Single European Labour Market
28 May 2013

Boosting labour mobility within the EU is a useful instrument to mitigate the effects of the crisis and to provide the economic growth needed to emerge from it.

Making progress towards the completion of the Single European Labour Market


Legal migration policies in Asia and the EU: common problems and challenges?
6 March 2013

Both Asia and Europe are facing common problems in terms of demographic change, the need to rebound from the economic crisis and worries about their attractiveness in light of projected needs for legal migration.

Legal migration policies in Asia and the EU


After Stockholm - workshop
24 January 2013

This workshop examined the need for a new multiannual programme in the field of Justice and Home Affairs in 2014.


The Common European Asylum System: mission accomplished?
7 December 2012

Speakers at this breakfast on the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) were optimistic that the CEAS would be in place within a few months, as most of the directives and political conditions had been agreed.

The Common European Asylum System: mission accomplished?


Integrating European neighbourhoods
17 October 2012

Policymakers and researchers in the field of migration gathered in Brussels for the conference ‘Integrating European neighbourhoods’, organised under the framework of the Concordia Discors project.


The Politicisation of migration in Europe
27 September 2012

More than most other sensitive issues, the subject of migration in Europe is at risk of ‘politicisation’ or being hijacked by political factions and interest groups, with potentially major consequences for immigration policy decisions.

Migration in Europe


Freedom of movement of persons in the Schengen area - A critical juncture?
20 September 2012

The future of the EU’s Schengen border-free area may be at a critical juncture, amid growing mistrust between member states and mounting tensions between the European institutions.

Schengen area


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Programme Team


Head of Programme 'Migration and Diversity' & Senior Policy Analyst

Marie De Somer
m.desomer@epc.eu

Policy Analyst

Frank Mc Namara
F.McNamara@epc.eu

Junior Policy Analyst

Katharina Bamberg
k.bamberg@epc.eu

Programme Assistant

Marta Llonch
m.llonch@epc.eu

Senior Adviser to EPC on migration and mobility policies

Yves Pascouau
yves.pascouau@gmail.com