Migration

In recent years, mobility has largely grown and people have been on the move in an ever increasing manner. The reasons for this trend are multiple, and include unfortunately the fact that the number of conflicts in the world has been increasing as well. With this come new challenges that progressives have to face both at ideological, cultural and policy level. For FEPS, this challenge is also an opportunity for building a cohesive and inclusive society, not only in Europe but also outside of its boarders. FEPS has been strongly advocating for the introduction of more legal channels for migration, enhancing the political, social and economic rights of migrants and the construction of a European asylum policy based on the full respects of human rights and solidarity – among member states and with other regions of the world.

Publications

From Europe to Local: Migrating Solidarity. Book. AAVV (2016)

Only together. The EU and the global governance of migration. Policy Brief. Giusto, H. (2016)

Perilous journeys, hazardous discussions. Blog Fresh Thinking by Ernst Stetter, FEPS Secretary General. (2015)

European Migration Agenda: Quo Vadis? Policy Brief (2015)

Migrants are not "problems at sea". Policy Brief. Stetter, E. (2015)

Lampedusa is everywhere. Migrants in South Africa. Study. Wehmhoerner, A. (2015) 

Call to Europe IV: Buiding Solidarity in Asylum Policy. FEPS 12 Proposals. (2014) 

Why not triple? Three pledges towards a progressive migration policy Study. Tánczos, J. (2013)

Challenges and opportunities in migrant integration/ What is happening next? Study. Plewa, P./Caroli L., FEPS YAN (2013)

International migration, human development and integrating societies. Study. Niessen, J. (2012) 

«Migration : élément clé du développement global?». Speech by Ernst Stetter, Secretary Generl of FEPS. 8th February 2011. Dakar, Senegal.

Audiovisual

Interview with Mireille Girard, UNHCR Representative, Lebanon, in Teiyani Refugee Camp (Bar Elias) in October 2015.

Main events

Call to Europe IV: Building Solidarity in Asylum Policy (2014)