ČRo Plus | What will the new EU migration rules commit the Czech Republic to?

After many years of unsuccessful efforts, EU member states and MEPs agreed today on new migration and asylum rules for the European bloc. The series of standards provides for, among other things, more effective checks on migrants and faster return of failed asylum seekers to their countries of origin. It also introduces compulsory solidarity among all EU states, which can help overburdened countries either by accepting part of the migrants or by providing financial or material aid. Our deputy director Viktor Daněk commented on the topic for Radiožurnál.

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ČRo Plus | European Parliament meeting on migration

European Member States and the European Parliament are discussing migration policy. What are the details of the negotiations and what will the final agreement look like? Viktor Daněk, Deputy Director of EUROPEUM Institute, gave an overview of the issue.

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Deník N | It's a nightmare for Europe, expert assesses the electoral triumph of the Dutch far right

The far-right populist Party for Freedom (PVV) won the Dutch general election. This will not only affect the Netherlands - it will have an impact on the direction of the country itself, but also outline a broader European trend for the upcoming European Parliament elections. Viktor Daněk, deputy director of EUROPEUM, explained to Deník N what all this could mean not only for the Dutch, but also for the European Union, migrants, and Ukraine.

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POLICY PAPER | The New Pact on Migration and Asylum and the war in Ukraine: time for a paradigm shift?

Christian Kvorning Lassen, deputy director and head of research at the EUROPEUM, writes in his policy paper about the new pact on migration and asylum. In his article, he reminds that migration remains highly politicized.

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Radio Z: Hundreds of Middle Eastern migrants detained in Germany near the border with Poland in recent days, they entered the EU via Belarus

Martin Vokálek, Executive Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, commented on current events on the Belarus-Polish border. Precisely because of migration, Poland extended the state of emergency on the border with Belarus. The problem will be discussed by the European Parliament.

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EU MONITOR: The EU’s military engagement in Central Mediterranean – Migrant crisis and arms embargo intertwined

In the new EU Monitor Vojtěch Freitag writes about the ongoing EU’s military mission in the Central Mediterranean Sea called EUNAVFOR MED Irini. The article attempts to overview, critically reflect and present recommendations for the issues connected to it.

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EURACTIV.cz: The number of illegal migrants heading to Europe decreased. However, the problems did not disappear

EURACTIV.cz published an article by Ondřej Plevák which cited statements from our debate "EU± // New pact on migration and asylum". Magda Faltová and Vít Novotný attended the debate.

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RTVS: The Greek governemnt plans to put up a floating fence into the sea to stop illegal migration

Our director Vladimír Bartovic answered the questions of Radiožurnál of the Slovak radio RTVS. He commented on the unconventional solution of Greek government and outlined alternatives for coping with the migration crisis.

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Debate: EU and migration – Will migrants decide European elections? (VIDEO)

Zuzana Stuchlíková, the head of our Brussels office, took part in the debate co-organised by Multicultural Center Prague and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Other guests were Petr Baroch from Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU) and migration expert Anna Dumont.

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POLICY PAPER: Untying the Gordian Knot of the Common European Asylum System: Dublin IV Reform

The latest policy paper by our Shang-Yen Lee and Christian Kvorning Lassen focuses on the reform of Dublin IV regulation under the Common European Asylum System and its prospects after the EP elections.

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