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
Migrants and Refugees. Impact and Policies. Case Studies of Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece
Unsolved conflicts in the Middle East, demographic changes and unfavorable socio-economic situation in the Mediterranean produced migrants and refugees flows on unprecedented scale. How did the host countries reply to that?7 September 2016
The European Agenda on Migration, One Year On. The EU Response to the Crisis Has Produced Some Results, but Will Hardly Pass Another Solidarity Test
The arrival of more than a million asylum seekers in Europe in 2015 sparked deep divisions between EU Member States, for it revealed both the weakness of the Schengen system and the unsustainability of the Dublin Regulation.22 August 2016
How the Escalation of Conflict Has Changed Migration: Four Things We Learned
The last annual report from the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, was titled World at War. It paints a vivid picture of widespread geopolitical chaos, and of the disorderly migration flows which result. But it is also misleading.17 August 2016
The Impact and Role of South-East European Countries in Recent Migration Crises
What in its beginnings was a legitimate desire for the democratisation of society, has become a conflict between various fractions. The result of these conflicts is millions of displaced persons, both within and outside of those countries.16 August 2016
The Renationalisation of European Politics: Evidence from the Refugee Crisis
Together with common foreign and defence policy migration is the epitome of a highly sensitive issue that is threaded carefully at the domestic level by each EU Member State before it gets negotiated in the EU.16 August 2016
Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon: between Refuge and Ongoing Deprivation?
Jordan and Lebanon have both generously received refugees from Syria since the outbreak of the crisis in 2011. Yet after years of relative openness, new regulations have made entry and movement more difficult while making lives more precarious.15 August 2016