Migration & Mobility
A Renewed Migration Contract Post-Covid: What Next for Migration Governance in the Mediterranean?
2020 has seen not only a fundamental disruption to mobility and migration due to Covid-19, but also the acceleration of ongoing processes and pushing forward with policy pathways that existed before the pandemic in the Euromed region.24 September 2020
Territorial impact of migration on frontline regions and cities on the EU shores of the Mediterranean
In the absence of further joint migration instruments at a European level, the burden of managing the migrant emergency falls primarily on local and regional authorities of the European countries in particular in the south of the EU.21 September 2021
Capturing Irregular Migration by a Macro-Sociological Lens: 12 Steps Process from and through North Africa to Europe
Irregular migration is a complex phenomenon on which each country develops its vision. A change of perspective can displace all narratives to turn irregular migrations into regular ones and, therefore, provide policies to “leave no one behind”.6 May 2021
Sea Rescue and International Protection: Towards a New Legal Framework Based on the European Pact on Migration and Asylum?
Joana Abrisketa, analyses the legal tensions that may occur when a ship is rescuing a group of migrants at sea and reflects on the recent European Pact on Migration and Asylum (2020).18 March 2021
Integration and Transnationalism in a Comparative Perspective: the Case of Albanian Immigrants in Vienna and Athens
Using the comparative study of the integration model of Albanian migrants in Vienna and Athens, Eda Gemi (New York University of Tirana) explains the weight and the connections between integration and transnationalism.28 January 2021