ECRE publishes submission to the European Commission Consultation on the future of Home Affairs Policies

Date: 
Monday, February 3, 2014

In this contribution to the Commission's consultation, ECRE’s views on the future of the EU’s asylum and migration policies are structured around the following themes: the implementation and monitoring of the Common European Asylum System, access to protection and border management, detention, integration, return and cooperation with third countries in the field of asylum and migration and funding. ECRE's contribution is also addressed to the Strategic Guidelines for the legislative and operational planning within the area of freedom, security and justice, which the European Council is due to define in June 2014.

Read ECRE’s submission to the European Commission.


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