* 4 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (4) Topics Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (4) Migration Governance (4) Europe (2) European Union (2) Refugee Protection (2) Africa (1) Attitudes toward Migration (1) Common European Asylum System (1) Labor Market (1) Publication Type Assessment Report (1) Commentary (1) Discussion Paper (1) Working Paper (1) Research Countries of Origin and First Asylum (4) European Asylum System (3) Experts Martin Ruhs (2) Olivia Sundberg Diez (2) Alberto Horst Neidhardt (1) Florian Trauner (1) Matthias Lücke (1) Mehari Taddele Maru (1) Saime Özçürümez (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Emerging Markets & Developing Countries Topics: Migration Governance Remove all filters Publication EU-Turkey: Toward sustainable cooperation in migration management and refugee protection 28.05.2021 The 2021 MEDAM Assessment Report analyses the major changes proposed by the New Pact, the progress achieved thus far in negotiations, and provides new research to inform ongoing policy debates about EU-Turkey cooperation on irregular migration and... Publication Migration Policy-making in Africa: Determinants and Implications for Cooperation with Europe 20.05.2021 This paper focuses on African policy positions on migration to Europe and towards cooperation on migration with the EU and its Member States. Publication EU return sponsorships: High stakes, low gains? 19.01.2021 The concept of ‘EU return sponsorships’ is one of the New Pact on Migration and Asylum’s central and most novel proposals. It may also prove to be the most controversial. At its core, this proposal put forward by the European Commission introduces... Publication Expanding Legal Labour Migration Pathways to the EU: Will This Time Be Different? 14.12.2020 To increase legal labour migration pathways, including for lower-skilled workers, the Pact proposes greater and more effective cooperation with non-EU countries through so-called “Talent Partnerships”.