CEIPA Video Conference – The EU Mantra of Rule of Law: Will the Conditionality in Dispersing Substantial EU Funding Improve Freedom of the Press and Democracy?

The EU Mantra of Rule of Law: Will the Conditionality in Dispersing Substantial EU Funding Improve Freedom of the Press and Democracy? The Centre for European and International Policy Action, CEIPA, organised a debate which took place on the 16th December 2020 from 2pm to 4pm, CET, via the Zoom … Read more

Agenda – Roundtable June 9th – The EU Green Deal

The first in a series of events discussing the EU Green Deal and Climate Change. This event will aim at identifying and discussing the main issues and challenges in making the European Green Deal initiative a reality and success. Information and Background for the Roundtable Interviews from Panelists Information on … Read more

A message to the NGOs, civil society and academia delivered during the International Expert Round Table on “RESILIENCE versus VULNERABILITY- how to break the Cycle of Human Trafficking and Exploitation in the Digital Age” taking place in the European Union’s Representation in Vienna, 27 September 2019

from CEIPA Executive Director Peter von Bethlenfalvy, The Centre for European and International Policy Action (CEIPA) wishes to express its gratitude to the Regional Implementation Initiative on Preventing and Combating all Forms of Human Trafficking, in particular to Dr Helga Konrad, former Federal Minister in Austria, for this timely and unique … Read more

Report from CEIPA’s Round Table “European Elections 2019”

by Jelena von Helldorff On 22 May 2019 and in cooperation with the Regional implementation Initiative on Preventing & Combating all Forms of Human Trafficking in Vienna, CEIPA convened a roundtable discussion on the current migration debate in Europe. The event brought together over 30 participants from EU institutions, EU … Read more

The Marrakesh Compact

Em. Prof. Marc BOSSUYT (University of Antwerp) The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, adopted in Marrakech on 11 December 2018, is not a treaty and thus not a legally binding text. As stated explicitly in the Global Compact, it presents (point 7) or it is (point 15, … Read more

Understanding Migration and Asylum in Europe

by Alfred Kellermann   To understand issues of migration and asylum in the EU the following key studies, documents, terms and facts should be known. European Refugee crisis The European migrant crisis or refugee crisis is a term given to a period beginning in 2015 characterized by rising numbers of … Read more

AGENDA – Ceipa Round Table, May 22

“European Elections 2019:  Is the migration challenge the ultimate threat to the European Unity and Solidarity?” May 22nd, 14h00-17h30, Belliard Room, Rue Montoyer 24, 1000, Bruxelles in cooperation with the Institute for Danube region and central Europe and Regional Implementation Initiative on preventing and combating human trafficking 14.00 –14.30      Registration 14.30 … Read more