he European Union has had formal competence in the field of labour migration for more than a decade. But the actual scope and impact of the EU in this field – with the macroscopic exception of the massive boost to East-West mobility given by enlargements – has so far been limited. Within LAB-MIG-GOV, the current and potential role of the EU in the European labour migration governance system is analysed by the European Policy Centre through a variety of tools including policy briefs, working papers and the periodical meetings of a stakeholders’ task force.
A success story for the EU and seasonal workers’ rights without reinventing the wheel
Alex Lazarowicz – 28 March 2014
The Intra-Corporate Transferees Directive: time to break the deadlock
Alex Lazarowicz – 8 April 2013
EU Single Permit Directive: a small step forward in EU migration policy
Y. Pascouau and S. McLoughlin – 24 January 2012
Intra-EU mobility: the ‘second building block’ of EU labour migration policy
Y. Pascouau – May 2013
Task force on EU Labour Migration Governance – Concept Note
Background Note Workshop 1
“Defining the needs” – Does the EU need labour migration?
Background Note Workshop 2
“Framing the systems”
Background Note Workshop 3
“Developing external relations”