Coffee Conversation Recording and Summary. What Security in the Black Sea Region? A first glimpse into the main actors, events and challenges

On April 29th, PfEU held its second Coffee Conversation of the month, “The New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Returns as a Solution to European Solidarity?”. Our guest speaker was Florian Trauner, Professorial Fellow (UNU-CRIS), Jean Monnet Chair at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Visiting Professor at the College of Europe. He recently published a discussion paper together with Olivia Sundberg Diez on the effects of the New pact, which inspired this discussion. Our moderator was Chibuye Changwe, one of PfEU’s Migration Research Associates. […]

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Coffee Conversation Recording and Summary. The New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Returns as a solution to European Solidarity?

On April 29th, PfEU held its second Coffee Conversation of the month, “The New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Returns as a Solution to European Solidarity?”. Our guest speaker was Florian Trauner, Professorial Fellow (UNU-CRIS), Jean Monnet Chair at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Visiting Professor at the College of Europe. He recently published a discussion paper together with Olivia Sundberg Diez on the effects of the New pact, which inspired this discussion. Our moderator was Chibuye Changwe, one of PfEU’s Migration Research Associates. […]

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Coffee Conversation Recording and Summary. Distributional Impacts of Carbon Pricing

This discussion focuses on one of the most complex, widely-used yet contentious climate policy tools, carbon pricing, and its distributional effects. More specifically, PfEU experts discuss and explore whether by relying on this market mechanism, the least-well off in society actually have to disproportionately bear the costs of the fight against climate change. […]

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