- July 30, 2020
- Posted by: Besarta Verbovci
- Category: Blog
The Commission perceives that movement and outskirt security are normal difficulties that are best tended to mutually by EU Part States. The Commission has proposed various measures to change movement the board and fringe insurance over the EU.
The EU has offered assurance and backing to millions, spared lives adrift, disassembled sneaking systems and decreased the quantity of sporadic appearances to Europe.
Notwithstanding, because of the advancing international scene and a consistent ascent in transient weight all-around more work is required.
Managing migration through partnership with non-EU countries
Building dialogue and partnerships with countries of origin and transit, based on solidarity and shared responsibility, is also an essential aspect of the common EU approach to migration. The Global Approach to migration and mobility, renewed in November 2011, is to be regarded as the overarching framework for the EU external migration policy, complementary to the EU foreign policy and development cooperation.
Curbing irregular migration
A sustainable and credible policy approach to the management of migration also requires addressing the issue of irregular migration. The EU is tackling the issue through specific measures targeting employers who hire undeclared migrant workers and by seeking to set up a humane and effective return policy, in line with the Charter of Fundamental Rights. It is also targeting human trafficking networks and smugglers who take advantage of undocumented persons.
Enhancing the integration of non-EU nationals in EU societies
The EU approach to migration also addresses the issue of integration. Successful integration of migrants into their host society is essential to maximize the opportunities afforded by legal migration and to realize the potential that immigration has for EU development. With this in mind, the EU is promoting European cooperation to develop common approaches and exchange information at the EU level.