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Strengthening the EU’s role in the UN Security Council today

By Nico Schrijver / 8 September, 2020

One of the hallmarks of the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy is constructive and effective multilateralism. The United Nations serves as one of the principal platforms of EU foreign policy, including the protection of the EU’s values, fundamental interests, security, independence, and integrity. The EU’s performance, visibility and effectiveness […]

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From otherness to togetherness: a genuinely two-way road towards migrant inclusion

By Hedwig Giusto / 17 December, 2019

Integration remains crucial not only if we wish to prevent tensions between newcomers and locals, but also if we aim to build inclusive and equal societies

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From superficial multiculturalism to a ‘pedagogy of productive diversity’

By Eugenia Arvanitis / 17 December, 2019

The fabrication of a new European citizenry comes about through the responsiveness to and inclusiveness of diversity.

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10 points of reference for a progressive narrative on migration

By FEPS / 12 December, 2018

Behind the numbers there are men, women, children, all with their own unique feelings, experiences, fears, hopes, and stories

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Migration: there are alternatives!

By Catherine Woollard / 10 December, 2018

Key amongst these alternatives are legal routes and regularisation as the paper emphasises.

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Developing mixed open cities of the future

By Jon Bloomfield / 28 June, 2018

Cities are showing the way towards an intercultural future.

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PESCO: A misunderstood tool for EU integration?

By Nicoletta Pirozzi / 13 February, 2018

Permanent structured cooperation (PESCO) is a ready-made instrument for further integration in the field of defence

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Financing migrant integration in combination with municipality development

By Gesine Schwan / 9 February, 2018

The EU should combine the financing of refugee integration with financing for the development of municipalities.

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The independence movement against Europe

By Josep Borrell / 20 December, 2017

What kind of Europe does not support the secession of Catalonia?

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Efficiency and equity: Implications for a new pattern of European integration

By Paolo Guerrieri / 4 July, 2017

We need some form of deeper Eurozone integration, to mutualise and share risks.

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