Report: Meeting on the impact of current and future European migration policies on transnational families

On 30 October 2023 TraFaDy gathered a group of experts to analyse the current proposals for the new EU Migration and Asylum pact and discuss the possible implications for transnational families. The workshop was held in a hybrid format at the office of the Association of German Family Organisations in Berlin and included both TraFaDy as well as external experts. The report of the meeting which gives an overview of the inputs, the discussions and first findings has now been published.

The current debate on EU Migration and Asylum pact
The EU Pact on Migration and Asylum refers to a package of policy proposals and recommendations in the areas of migration, asylum, integration and border management. It was launched in September 2020 to break the long-standing political deadlock between member states on the reform of EU asylum and migration policy. In fall 2023, negotiations on the Migration and Asylum Pact were entering their final phase.

Content of the report

  • Setting the scene: State of play of the new EU Migration and Asylum Pact
    • Introduction: The basic lines of the new EU Migration and Asylum Pact
    • Comments on the role of families and children in the pact
  • Discussion and findings


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