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Latest European and International developments on migration and asylum

Date Published: 12-12-2013

Latest European and International developments on migration and asylum

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18 October 2013

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17 September 2013

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  • 5 – 6 November 2013: European Migration Network Conference entitled The Agenda for Growth in the EU: Why Migration Matters, Vilnius, Lithuania.  The Conference, The Agenda for Growth in the EU: Why Migration Matters, will address the topic of labour migration and discuss the achievements and challenges of EU labour migration policy and the role of migration in the EU Agenda for Growth.
  • 12 – 13 November 2013: Fundamental Rights Conference 2013 on Combating Hate Crime in the EU, Vilnius, Lithuania. The 2013 Fundamental Rights Conference invites decision makers and practitioners to explore effective strategies to combat crimes motivated by hatred and prejudice at the national and EU levels.

26 August 2013

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  • 9 – 13 September 2013: International Metropolis Conference, Tampere, Finland. The 2013 International Metropolis Conference contextualises international migration within a framework that looks at simultaneously managing economic and population growth, security, and social justice.
  • 5 – 6 November 2013: European Migration Network Conference entitled The Agenda for Growth in the EU: Why Migration Matters, Vilnius, Lithuania.  The Conference, The Agenda for Growth in the EU: Why Migration Matters, will address the topic of labour migration and discuss the achievements and challenges of EU labour migration policy and the role of migration in the EU Agenda for Growth.
  • 12 – 13 November 2013: Fundamental Rights Conference 2013 on Combating hate crime in the EU, Vilnius, Lithuania. The 2013 Fundamental Rights Conference invites decision makers and practitioners to explore effective strategies to combat crimes motivated by hatred and prejudice at the national as well as EU level.

23 July 2013
  • Informal meeting of Ministers for Justice and Home Affairs, under the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the EU, discusses issues relating to migration, security of refugees from Syria, as well as perspectives of the development of Justice and Home affairs area.
  • The EU agrees new visa facilitation measures with the Ukraine and Moldova which includes new, more transparent rules regarding the issuing of multiple-entry visas, facilitating travel for amongst others, business people, representatives of the civil society, NGOs and journalists.

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Events

  • 9 – 13 September 2013: International Metropolis Conference, Tampere, Finland. The 2013 International Metropolis Conference contextualises international migration within a framework that looks at simultaneously managing economic and population growth, security, and social justice.
  • 5 – 6 November 2013: European Migration Network Conference entitled The Agenda for Growth in the EU: Why Migration Matters, Vilnius, Lithuania.  The Conference, The Agenda for Growth in the EU: Why Migration Matters, will address the topic of labour migration and discuss the achievements and challenges of EU labour migration policy and the role of migration in the EU Agenda for Growth.
  • 12 – 13 November 2013: Fundamental Rights Conference 2013 on Combating hate crime in the EU, Vilnius, Lithuania. The 2013 Fundamental Rights Conference invites decision makers and practitioners to explore effective strategies to combat crimes motivated by hatred and prejudice at the national as well as EU level.


11 June 2013 

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3 May 2013

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3 April 2013

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19 February 2013

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23 January 2013

Irish Presidency of the Council of the European Union

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Case Law

  • ECJ Judgment Case C-23/12 (Mohamad Zakaria) on Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 – Community Code on the rules governing the movement of persons across borders (Schengen Borders Code) – Alleged violation of the right to respect for human dignity – Effective judicial protection – Right of access to a court.  

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8 January 2013

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Case law

  • ECJ Judgment in Case C-430/11 (Md Sagor) finds that the Directive on the Return of Illegal Immigrants does not preclude a Member State from punishing an irregular stay with a fine which may, under certain conditions, be replaced by an expulsion order.

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