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MISMES: migrant support measures from skills and employment perspective

The Migration Policy Centre and the European Training Foundation present the Global Inventory of migrant support measures, the case studies from Georgia, Moldova, Armenia, Morocco and Tunisia, as well as the recommendations to guide EU cooperation with neighbourhood partner countries in the field of legal migration (29-30 September).

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FSR launches online school on Energy regulation

Follow advanced and introductory courses, personalize your learning pathway through the interactive gallery, and join live debates with key experts on topical issues in energy regulation and policy.

Find out more about the School, read an interview with FSR Coordinator Annika Zorn .

What's on

Date

16

Sept

Multipolarity, minilateralism and the downgrade of regionalism

Regional integration is a global phenomenon: learn more about cases in America, Africa and Asia at the Comparative Regional Integration Seminar Series of the Global Governance Programme

Date

18

Sept

Macroeconomic Stability, Banking Supervision and Financial Regulation

The conference will focus on, among others, micro vs. macroprudential supervision; the interaction between monetary policy, microprudential and macroprudential policies; banking structures and reforms; optimal capital requirements early warning indicators for financial stability and stress testing.

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18

Sept

TO

19

Sept

Parties and Democracy in Post-communist Europe: Ten Years After Enlargement

Do communist legacies continue to shape party development pathways? How does EU membership shape representation in post-communist states? Learn more at the workshop coorganised by the European Union Centre of Excellence (University of Alberta) and the EUDO Observatory on Political Parties and Representation .

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"Reflecting on..."

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A European Commissioner for Migration?

On 30 June, 45 corpses were found asphyxiated in the hold of a fishing boat that was smuggling 600 migrants and asylum seekers to the shore of Sicily. The Mediterranean has become the most dangerous route to Europe and the Achilles’ heel of its migration system. [  read more ]

By Philippe Fargues,
Director, Migration Policy Centre

 

Read also

Non, l'Europe ne doit pas se fermer à l'immigration ! Sa prospérité en dépend  , by Philippe Fargues, Le Monde (14/07/2014)

A New Start for Europe: My Agenda for Jobs, Growth, Fairness and Democratic Change  , by Jean-Claude Juncker

  All Reflecting on


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