Poland seeks to protect its Ukrainian connection

By |februar 22nd, 2019|economic migration, News, Poland, Ukraine|

Although they are vital to the Polish economy, no one really knows how many Ukrainian migrants live in the country.

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Building a fair and prosperous space on the two shores of Mediterranean

By |junij 26th, 2018|economic migration, EU migration policy, Mediterranean, News, North Africa, social democrats|

Economic development, migration flows, social justice and cohesion, radicalisation and terrorist threats, democratic transition, and rule of law - the challenges facing the Euro-Mediterranean region are numerous and growing, writes MEP Enrique Guerrero Salom.  

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Czech government raises quota for fast-lane work permits for Ukrainians

By |februar 1st, 2018|Czech Republic, economic migration, Martin Stropnicky, News, refugee crisis, Ukraine|

The Czech government agreed yesterday (31 January) to double the number of Ukrainians it was allowing in as fast-track migrant workers to 19,600 per year, aiming to help firms struggling to find workers and facing pressure from the workforce for wage h...

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Shifting attitudes to migration starts with trusted political leaders

By |september 18th, 2017|anti-immigration, economic migration, illegal immigration, immigration quotas, migration crisis, News|

Ahead of the launch of the Observatory of Public Attitudes to migration, its director Andrew Geddes tells EURACTIV that a better understanding of attitudes can help craft informed policy debates and shift public attitudes on migration.

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Diverting EU aid to stop migration: The EU Trust Fund for Africa

By |september 8th, 2017|Africa, economic migration, EU development aid, EU development assistance, EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa, illegal immigration, Lybia, Migration, News, Niger, security, Senegal|

Migrants have become the focus of the EU's aid strategy. As priority is given to stemming migrant flows in the short-term, long-term development goals are forgone, tarnishing the EU's image as a global development actor, writes Fanny Voitzwinkler.

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