Venue: European Policy Center, rue du Trône 14-6, 1000 Brussels
Nicole de Moor
Belgian Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration
Monique Pariat Director-General, DG HOME, European Commission
Juan Fernando López Aguilar
Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs & Member of the European Parliament, S&D Group
Member of the European Parliament, Renew Group
Deputy Director-General for Horizontal Affairs and Migration, DG HOME, European Commission
Jean-Louis De Brouwer
Director, European Affairs Programme, Egmont Institute
Senior Policy Analyst and Head of the European Migration and Diversity Programme, European Policy Centre (Moderator)
Other speakers to be confirmed
After a breakthrough in the negotiations of key proposals of the New Pact on Migration and Asylum, the EU has never been closer to adopting long-awaited asylum reforms. Yet divisions between member states remain, slowing down progress on the foreseen roadmap. With elections at the national and European levels on the horizon, further questions arise.
Will member states agree on all reform proposals in the package, and how will the European Parliament respond to further delays? Will the ongoing trialogue negotiations deliver reforms that can strengthen resilience in the EU’s asylum system and rebuild trust between member states, while also addressing concerns about fundamental rights? And what should the EU’s future priorities be, depending on the negotiations’ outcome?
This hybrid Policy Dialogue will bring together representatives from the European Parliament, Council and Commission to take stock of the progress achieved so far, the challenges ahead and the opportunities to overcome them.
The event will be followed by refreshments. If you have any questions, please contact Marina Grama at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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