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Humanitarian visas

17-10-2018

90 % of those granted international protection reach the European Union through irregular Means. Member States' failure to offer regular entry pathways to those seeking international protection undermines the achievement of their Treaty and fundamental rights obligations. This situation also has severe individual impacts in terms of mortality and damage to health, negative budgetary and economic impacts EU legislation on humanitarian visas could close the current effectiveness and fundamental rights ...

90 % of those granted international protection reach the European Union through irregular Means. Member States' failure to offer regular entry pathways to those seeking international protection undermines the achievement of their Treaty and fundamental rights obligations. This situation also has severe individual impacts in terms of mortality and damage to health, negative budgetary and economic impacts EU legislation on humanitarian visas could close the current effectiveness and fundamental rights protection gap in EU asylum policy by offering safe entry pathways, reducing irregular migration and result in increased management, coordination and efficiency in the asylum process, as well as promoting fair cost-sharing.

The impact of Brexit in relation to the right to petition and on the competences, responsibilities and activities of the Committee on Petitions

14-06-2017

Upon request by the PETI Committee, this study considers issues raised in petitions to the European Parliament by citizens concerned about the way Brexit will impact on their rights. In particular, it first looks at the changes that Brexit will determine in relation to voting rights, the right to petition, the right to apply to the European Ombudsman and the European Citizens’ Initiative. It then focuses at length on the way Brexit will affect UK citizens in the EU-27, and EU citizens living in the ...

Upon request by the PETI Committee, this study considers issues raised in petitions to the European Parliament by citizens concerned about the way Brexit will impact on their rights. In particular, it first looks at the changes that Brexit will determine in relation to voting rights, the right to petition, the right to apply to the European Ombudsman and the European Citizens’ Initiative. It then focuses at length on the way Brexit will affect UK citizens in the EU-27, and EU citizens living in the UK. In this respect, it considers challenges and risks for both citizens who have resided in the EU-27 or the UK for less than 5 years, and for those who have already acquired the right to permanent residence at the time of Brexit.

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Professor Eleanor SPAVENTA, Durham Law School, Durham University, UK

The Organisation and Functioning of the European External Action Service : Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities

18-02-2013

The organisation and functioning of the European External Action Service (EEAS) has met both challenges and opportunities for improvement. These issues are explored from an internal and external perspective, covering both the EEAS at Headquarters in Brussels and the bilateral and multilateral Union Delegations. The new institutional system has created opportunities and working mechanisms that aim to foster coherence, effectiveness and continuity in EU external action. There are examples that show ...

The organisation and functioning of the European External Action Service (EEAS) has met both challenges and opportunities for improvement. These issues are explored from an internal and external perspective, covering both the EEAS at Headquarters in Brussels and the bilateral and multilateral Union Delegations. The new institutional system has created opportunities and working mechanisms that aim to foster coherence, effectiveness and continuity in EU external action. There are examples that show positive developments, but also challenges. The EEAS should utilise its ‘coherence mandate’ towards becoming the prime diplomatic entrepreneur in EU external action by fostering reciprocal information sharing, cooperation and coordination between national and EU levels, shaping and proposing novel policy ideas, and promoting coherent external action across all policy domains. Three key steps are needed to attain this objective: (i) a ‘new deal’ between the Commission and the EEAS; (ii) stronger support from the Member States to the EEAS; and (iii) abandoning budget neutrality in favour of a more realistic focus on budgetary efficiency.

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Jan WOUTERS (Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies - Institute for International Law, University of Leuven, Belgium) , Geert DE BAERE (Institute for European Law and Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, University of Leuven, Belgium) , Bart VAN VOOREN (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) , Kolja RAUBE (Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, and Centre for European Studies, University of Leuven, Belgium) , Jed ODERMATT (Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, University of Leuven, Belgium) , Thomas RAMOPOULOS (Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, University of Leuven, Belgium) , Tina VAN DEN SANDEN (Institute for European Law, University of Leuven, Belgium) and Yole TANGHE (Institute for European Law, University of Leuven, Belgium)

The Role of the European External Action Service in Consular Protection and Services for EU Citizens

14-01-2013

The workshop concerning the role of the EEAS in Consular Protection and Services for EU Citizens was organised at the European Parliament in Brussels on 9 January 2013. The workshop was chaired by Elmar BROK, Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the following speakers took part: Pierre VIMONT, Executive Secretary General of the European External Action Service (EEAS); Charles HAY, Director Consular Services at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom; Aurora DÍAZ-RATO, Ambassador ...

The workshop concerning the role of the EEAS in Consular Protection and Services for EU Citizens was organised at the European Parliament in Brussels on 9 January 2013. The workshop was chaired by Elmar BROK, Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the following speakers took part: Pierre VIMONT, Executive Secretary General of the European External Action Service (EEAS); Charles HAY, Director Consular Services at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, United Kingdom; Aurora DÍAZ-RATO, Ambassador, Special Adviser at the State Secretariat for EU Affairs, Spain; and Kristi RAIK, Researcher, Finnish Institute for International Affairs (FIIA). Additional remarks were presented by Chiara ADAMO, Head of Unit Union Citizenship and Free Movement, DG Justice, European Commission; and Edit BAUER, Rapporteur from Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee.

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Contributing expert : Kristi RAIK (Finnish Institute of International Affairs - FIIA) Summary prepared by TEPSA and Administrator responsible at the European Parliament, DG External Policies, Unit Policy Department

Consular protection for EU citizens abroad

18-10-2012

Large-scale crises, such as the tsunami in 2004, the 2008 Georgia conflict, as well as the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya in spring 2011, highlighted the right of "unrepresented" EU citizens to be provided with consular protection by the embassy or consulate of another MS.The Commission proposed a Direc­tive in December 2011, with the aim of clarifying the scope of consular protection.

Large-scale crises, such as the tsunami in 2004, the 2008 Georgia conflict, as well as the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya in spring 2011, highlighted the right of "unrepresented" EU citizens to be provided with consular protection by the embassy or consulate of another MS.The Commission proposed a Direc­tive in December 2011, with the aim of clarifying the scope of consular protection.

Strengthening the EU's External Representation : The Role of the European External Action Service on the Union's External Representation

23-03-2010

This report examines areas that require further consideration in the development of the European External Action Service (EEAS). The report considers six key challenges and explores the extent to which these have been adequately addressed by the October 2009 Presidency report on the EEAS. The first of these is the creation of a distinctive institutional identity that needs to overcome the challenges of integration and interinstitutional competition. The EEAS also needs to address two sets of putative ...

This report examines areas that require further consideration in the development of the European External Action Service (EEAS). The report considers six key challenges and explores the extent to which these have been adequately addressed by the October 2009 Presidency report on the EEAS. The first of these is the creation of a distinctive institutional identity that needs to overcome the challenges of integration and interinstitutional competition. The EEAS also needs to address two sets of putative tasks if it is to be effective: those of internal co-ordination and external representation. Further key areas to which consideration need to be given are the composition of the service, including the role of EU delegations and the EU’s Special Representatives. Finally, the report explores the relationship between the responsibilities of the Parliament and the EEAS.

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Richard G. WHITMAN (University of Bath; Associate Fellow, Chatham House)

The European External Action Service

15-09-2008

This paper takes as its starting-point the assumption that the Lisbon Treaty will be ratified in its present form, at least as far as the provisions relating to the High Representative and the External Service are concerned. However, an External Service along the lines envisaged by the Lisbon Treaty could also be established by an Interinstitutional Agreement. The High Representative, enjoying simultaneous institutional affiliation to the Commission and the Council, could not. A new model for the ...

This paper takes as its starting-point the assumption that the Lisbon Treaty will be ratified in its present form, at least as far as the provisions relating to the High Representative and the External Service are concerned. However, an External Service along the lines envisaged by the Lisbon Treaty could also be established by an Interinstitutional Agreement. The High Representative, enjoying simultaneous institutional affiliation to the Commission and the Council, could not. A new model for the co-ordination of the Union’s external policies, which would not depend upon the double personal affiliation of the new High Representative, might be sought. The paper contends that it would be surprising if in the medium term an External Service very much along the lines of that foreshadowed by the Lisbon Treaty were not part of the Union’s response to its foreign policy challenges.

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Brendan Donnelly (The Federal Trust, London, UK)

The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty on ESDP

08-01-2008

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Dr. ANTONIO MISSIROLI (Director of Studies, European Policy Centre, Brussels)

The Management Framework of EU Delegations' Development Work in ACP Countries. Case Study: Zimbabwe

01-11-1997

The paper describes the Delegations' role as an intermediary between the host country and the Commission headquarters and the conditions under which this role is carried out.

The paper describes the Delegations' role as an intermediary between the host country and the Commission headquarters and the conditions under which this role is carried out.

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