Policy Paper 76
 

Les partenariats pour la mobilité : quelle est l’efficacité de la nouvelle approche globale de l’UE?

Mobility Partnerships constitute a key tool of the EU’s GAMM (Global Approach to Migration and Mobility) aiming to facilitate and organise the legal mobility of Third Country Nationals, to address irregular migration under effective and humane measures and to reinforce the development outcomes of migration. Key actions in this respect are the introduction of visa facilitation agreements and readmission agreements with the partner countries. Circular and/or return migration schemes are other priorities around labour mobility that countries may wish to promote through Mobility Partnerships. This paper will critically assess the tool of Mobility Partnerships in the framework of the new EU GAMM in the light of recent data on legal migration channels between EU countries and actual and potential partner countries of the EU Neighbourhood and the effectiveness of preventive and reactive measures against irregular migration.

|   25/02/2013             |   Anna Triandafyllidou   |   Thanos Maroukis             |   Europe dans le monde
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Ce Policy Paper est une contribution de Thanos Maroukis et Anna Triandafylliou (Eliamep) au projet Think Global – Act European (TGAE). Thinking Strategically about the EU’s external action dirigé par Notre Europe – Institut Jacques Delors (rapport disponible en mars 2013, dir. Elvire Fabry, Chercheur Senior, Notre Europe – Institut Jacques Delors).

 

 

Mobility Partnerships constitute a key tool of the EU’s GAMM (Global Approach to Migration and Mobility) aiming to facilitate and organise the legal mobility of Third Country Nationals, to address irregular migration under effective and humane measures and to reinforce the development outcomes of migration. Key actions in this respect are the introduction of visa facilitation agreements and readmission agreements with the partner countries. Circular and/or return migration schemes are other priorities around labour mobility that countries may wish to promote through Mobility Partnerships. This paper will critically assess the tool of Mobility Partnerships in the framework of the new EU GAMM in the light of recent data on legal migration channels between EU countries and actual and potential partner countries of the EU Neighbourhood and the effectiveness of preventive and reactive measures against irregular migration.

 

 

Avant la publication du rapport final présentant les recommandations clés des16 think tanks mobilisés dans ce projet, 5 séries de Policy Papers portent sur les sujets suivants : Migration, Voisinage de l’UE, PSDC, Ressources stratégiques et Politiques économiques.
 

Ce Policy Paper fait partie de la série intitulée «La politique migratoire de l’UE : quelle stratégie pour relever le défi démographique ?» qui comprend les contributions de Ruby Gropas (Eliamep), Andreas Ette (PISM), Roderick Parkes (SWP-PISM), Alicia Sorroza et Carmen Gonzales Enriquez (Elcano), Sergio Carrera, Leonard Den Hertog and Joanna Parkin (CEPS), Hans Martens (EPC) .

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