Global Flow – migration and security

December, 2017

This discussion paper takes a look at some of the key challenges facing global policymakers as they seek to craft a modern-day migration policy which meets some of the most compelling security concerns while also tackling many countries’ longer-term need for migrants. Our many contributors offer their views and suggestions for a more realistic and credible worldwide migration policy, their thoughts on the migration-security link and their experiences in different parts of the world. These views are presented in the paper’s three sections and highlight European efforts at tackling migration, on-the-ground realities around the world and crosscutting dimensions of migration and security.

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