Why not triple? Three pledges towards a progressive migration policy

For several years progressive political forces have been looking for possibilities to break out from […]

Policy Study

09/10/2014

For several years progressive political forces have been looking for possibilities to break out from their at best defensive, but rather silent approach on migration policies. Shifting the discourse to enhance measures giving more visibility and oversight over the profile of migrants arriving to EU territory could be one of the opportunities to become agenda setters on this field.

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FEPS HQ, Brussels

Progressive Yearbook launch 2023

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