Opinions

Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: Europe

Reinforced EU border controls, in addition to intensified cooperation with transit countries such as Turkey and Libya, have made it more difficult for undocumented migrants to arrive on European soil. With about 40,000 to 50,000 asylum applications being submitted per month, the EU has reached numbers comparable to the years prior to the refugee crisis. Irrespective of the decreasing numbers... >>

Prof. Florian Trauner Jean Monnet Chair at the Institute for European Studies at the Free University of Brussels and a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe
Opinions 7 January 2019
Trends in Migration Technology: Digital Identity for Refugees and Global Citizens
Monique Morrow President and Co-founder of The Humanized Internet
Opinions 7 January 2019
Trends in Travel Freedom: The Effect of Travel Freedom on Economic Growth and Democracy
Uğur Altundal and Ömer Zarpli
Opinions 7 January 2019
Global Mobility Trends: Talent Migration
Prof. Simone Bertoli Professor of Economics at Université Clermont Auvergne (CERDI) in France and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Labor Economics in Germany
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: The Middle East and North Africa
Lorraine Charles Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge
Opinions 7 January 2019
Global Mobility Trends: Forced Migration
Paola de Leo Head of Group Philanthropy, Henley & Partners, UK; Executive Director, Andan Foundation, Switzerland
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: Russia and the CIS
Dr. Marina Soroka Independent scholar and published author whose field of expertise is the history of European international relations
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: The Caribbean
Dr. Suzette Haughton Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica
Opinions 7 January 2019
Global Mobility Trends: Climate Migration
Prof. Rosemary Lyster Professor of Climate and Environmental Law at the University of Sydney and Director of the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law
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