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Migrations in the time of Covid


The pandemic bears the potential to bring change by rethinking the current structure, deepening integration and solidarity through the establishment of a common response to migration, the global challenge of our era

The pandemic bears the potential to bring change by rethinking the current structure, deepening integration and solidarity through the establishment of a common response to migration, the global challenge of our era

Migration is one of the most problematic and nuanced issues the EU faces. These years have served to design structures such as Frontex (the European border control agency) and establish mechanisms such as the Dublin III Regulation that has proved inadequate to ensure solidarity towards the receiving States (Italy, Greece or Spain). The 2015 migration crisis illustrated the failures of the Dublin system and the inherent institutional flaws of asylum policy. There is a consensus that reform is necessary but there are different perspectives on what equitable sharing of responsibility entails.

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