The Migration Policy Group is hosting a one-hour online seminar on how to respond to the current European Commission Consultation on the Family Reunion Directive from 10:30-11:30 Brussels time on 7 December
The European Commission’s November 2011 Consultation (Green Paper) on Family Reunion presents stakeholders with a choice: either the Commission opens infringement proceedings for improper transposition based on the current Directive, or it reopens negotiations to change the Directive.
During this one-hour web-based seminar (webinar) at10:30 Brussels time on Wednesday 7 December 2011 (click here to find your timezone), Thomas Huddleston, MPG Policy Analyst, Central Research Coordinator & co-author of the MIPEX, will explain how to respond to the European Commission Consultation on the Family Reunion Directive and provide information for each question based on MPG’s new briefings on the issues.
The Migration Policy Group’s three-part series of policy briefings to help policymakers and stakeholders respond to the European Commission’s Consultation on EU Family Reunion contains:
- The comparable Eurostat statistics,
- MIPEX results at national and EU level,
- European Commission’s Report on transposition of the Directive,
- Government and academic evaluations of policies like integration tests, age limits, and income requirements.
Join us online to learn more about EU Family Reunion and to start preparations for your response to the EU consultation.REGISTER NOW
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