Historical Legacies of Free Movement and Migration Policy-Making

Public E-team



This E-Team aims to highlight the value of critical historical analysis to study the normative legacies on human mobility rights to address current challenges in migration and asylum policy-making in the European integration process, including its global governance reverberations.

It also aspires to examine the EU’s changing approaches to belonging and displacement, as well as ways of counteracting emerging factors of exclusion and to reignite the solidarity priorities of the EU’s Free Movement of Persons.

These key variables will be studied from the inception of the Schengen Area in 1985, in order to elucidate answers to more contemporary human mobility challenges with a focus on policy responsibility.

Geographical area: Other
Theme(s) of intervention: Migration
Created: 03 Oct 2021
Latest update: 03 Oct 2021


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