Alberto Horst Neidhardt

European Policy Centre (EPC)

Common European Asylum System, Integration

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Main research interests

  • Common European Asylum System
  • Refugee Law
  • Migrants' Integration
  • Multiculturalism
  • Politics of Migration
  • EU Citizens Rights
  • Free Movement

Alberto Horst Neidhardt is policy analyst for the EPC’s European Diversity and Migration Programme. He works on asylum, migration, and integration matters, with an interest in the politics of migration and specific expertise on EU law and jurisprudence.

Prior to joining the EPC, he was PhD candidate in law at the European University Institute (EUI), teaching assistant at the School of Oriental and African Studies and research assistant at Queen Mary, University of London. He also gained experience on the law and the politics of mobility working in the Free Movement Unit of the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers of the European Commission. Alberto is also a part-time visiting professor at University of Antwerp where he lectures on comparative law and on legal pluralism.

Alberto holds a PhD and an LLM in European and Comparative Laws from the EUI and a Master’s degree in International and Comparative Law from SOAS University of London. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Language, Culture and Institutions of Eurasia and of the Mediterranean from the Ca' Foscari University of Venice.

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    From a 🇪🇺 perspective, such support mustn't even be altruistically motivated.

    Providing refugees real long-term prospects within the region can serve as a sustainable alternative for those who consider costly & dangerous onward-migration to more attractive destination countries.

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    🇺🇬 is one of the youngest countries worldwide—w/ an enormously growing young working-age population. These young people will need jobs.

    One could expect ppl. who struggle economically to have more negative attitudes toward refugees & other immigrants due to competition.

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