The second expert webinar promoted by TAS – Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis – Migration Labs project will be about the “New Pact on Migration and Asylum: The Future of Dublin Regulation”, on December 3rd, 2020 (14:00-15:30 CET).
In this webinar, the new changes to the EU migration policy presented by the European Commission last September will be addressed. With the new Pact on Migration and Asylum, the Commission proposes common European solutions to what is a European challenge.
The “Dublin system”, which today is based on the Dublin III Regulation (EU Regulation n. 604/2013), although characterized by a limited numerical impact, has been having a strong impact on people’s lives: when relocation and resettlements from one country to another are carried out, secondary movements back to the departure country are still frequent.
The system is frail, it has not created a real climate of cooperation between EU Member States, but, instead, it created heavy repercussions on the communities, and it has badly influenced the objective of inclusion at local level. As part of an integral reform of migration policy, the European Commission is proposing a revision of the Dublin Regulation, which, however, risks not changing the basic political choices but rather strengthening them. Starting from a political-normative overview, the webinar aims to highlight some relevant steps of the impact of the Dublin III Regulation on the rights guaranteed to people.
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This webinar will take place via Zoom. For registration please CLICK HERE. Once registered, you will receive instructions on how to join this event in an email confirmation and a reminder before the event starts.
The aim of TAS – Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis – Migrant Labs project is to support principles of EU citizenship and to promote an improvement in civic and democratic participation at EU level, reaffirming values of solidarity, intercultural dialogue, mutual understanding and combatting existing stereotypes on migration and minorities.
Our activities are mostly directed at young adults, political decision makers and other stakeholders from partner countries. The tasks envisage to raise awareness of EU policy-making processes, in particular migration, and to boost opportunities for social and intercultural participation and volunteering.