This three-day seminar includes a comprehensive analysis of the new instruments established by the new European migration and asylum policy.

The programme presents and analyses the different migration challenges that the EU and its Members are currently facing; followed by four sessions dedicated to the different EU responses. The first focuses on refugee movements, the second on irregular economic migration, the third on legal immigration (essentially labour and family reunification) and the fourth on EU external border management.

The programme ends with an interactive workshop where participants debate and analyse strategic national, EU and international issues as well as challenges ahead.

The curriculum is therefore designed so that theory and practice can be called on by the participants right after the course in their professional environment.

For more details, you can download the 2023 online programme here.

Please note that this course can be tailored on demand for specific groups.

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