Policy paper 213
 
Turning the tide on EU migration policy
The EU migration governance architecture is struggling to control migratory flows to Europe. The EU and its Member States need to commit to a broad spectrum of operational interventions and progressive policy options.
|   14/12/2017             |   Nils Feller             |   Europe in the world
Policy paper
The EU migration governance architecture is struggling to control migratory flows to Europe. In order to stay in the driver’s seat and maximise the positive impact of migration, the EU and its Member States need to commit to a broad spectrum of operational interventions and progressive policy options.

This paper, written by Nils Feller, guest author at the Jacques Delors Institute – Berlin, presents a set of recommendations to better manage migration and to strengthen third country cooperation in EU migration management.