Enhancing cooperation among the Prague Process states

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22 July 2020


This is the full-length video recording of the 4th Prague Process webinar ‘Assessing the EU’s External Migration Policy’ with Kristof Tamas, Director of the Stockholm-based Migration Studies Delegation (Delmi), that took place on 18 June 2020.

To watch the short video, entailing only the presentation delivered by Kristof Tamas, please follow the link.

Mr Tamas provided his assessment of the EU’s External Migration Policy, while also reflecting upon the recent impacts of the coronavirus in this area. The webinar looked at how the EU’s external cooperation on migration had revolved around the Global Approach to Migration (and Mobility) since 2005 (2011) and the Migration Partnership Framework under the European Agenda on Migration since 2016. It focused in particular on the role of Migration Dialogues in the process of finding common ground with third countries and proposed new ways to accommodate the interests of partner countries within this cooperation framework. The webinar was based on the findings of the policy brief with the same title ‘Assessing the EU’s External Migration Policy’ authored by Kristof.

About the speaker

Kristof Tamas is the Director of the Migration Studies Delegation (Delmi) based in Stockholm. Previously he has been a Senior Policy Adviser at the Secretariat for the Swedish Chairmanship of the Global Forum on Migration and Development, Seconded National Expert in the European Commission, Deputy Director at the Swedish ministries for Foreign Affairs and Justice, and worked as an independent research consultant for inter alia the European Commission, IOM and the World Bank.


The webinar was organised by the Prague Process Secretariat at ICMPD