Thessaloniki 19 October 2019⃒ Electra Palace Hotel
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MIGRATE project explored how the migrant crisis affected the future of the integration process in the EU by examining the transit and destination countries of the so called ‘Balkan Corridor’, including Turkey, Greece, North Macedonia, Serbia and Hungary as transit countries and Germany and the UK as destination countries. The case studies analyzed, present the multifaceted approaches towards the process of enlargement and deepening and how they have been affected by the post-2014 migrant/refugee crisis, through the lens of the aforementioned different countries. The case of the United Kingdom’s ‘Brexit’ is included as an expression of the disintegration effects that these developments could potentially have on the EU’s future, i.e. not only hampering further integration, but also fostering tendencies towards disintegration and secession. Germany is used as an example of a destination country being at the core of the decision making process in the EU, where one can see the degree to which it follows a different approach from the one followed by the UK in terms of policies on migration and EU integration.
You can download the agenda of the Symposium here.
We are pleased to announce that our final deliverable of the MIGRATE Jean Monnet Network is now available as an eBook, which you may download for free here: http://www.migrate-project.com/deliverables/