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Starts: Oct 1, 2015 12:00:00 AM
Gëzim Krasniqi, Fellow at UCL’s School of Slavonic and East European Studies, traces the shifting routes chosen by refugees from Syria—and how the EU’s lack of a coordinated policy has been turning the Syrian tragedy into a European one. It has left the Balkan states with a refugee crisis impossible to master.
23 September 2015
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Starts: Sep 23, 2015 12:00:00 AM
Through the stories of three generations in thirty families, Julia Brannen explores men's lives, migration, employment, fatherhood, father-son relationships and intergenerational transmission over the life course. As the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War unfolds across continents, she traces the stories of migrant generations that have gone before, of Irish grandfathers who left Ireland in the mid-20th century and Polish fathers who came to Britain in the 21st century, together with a group of white British
9 September 2015
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Starts: Sep 9, 2015 12:00:00 AM
UCL PhD student submits evidence for House of Lord enquiry
31 March 2014
Heleen Jalvingh (UCL School of Public Policy) has contributed evidence to a report on the role of national parliaments in the EU, published this week by the House of Lords EU Committee.
The House of Lord's EU Committee has been set up to consider EU documents in advance of decisions being taken on them in Brussels,in order to influence the Government’s position and to hold them to account. It also conducts enquiries and makes report, which are offered as a contribution to ongoing debates, on the basis of collected evidence.
The Committee's latest report argues that it has never been more important that national parliaments should play a full and active role in the functioning of the European Union, both individually and collectively, as set out in the Treaty on European Union. However, the Committee holds that much more could be achieved, within the existing Treaty structure. Its report aims at a wide range of policymakers and others, within the UK and across the EU, and suggests a range of practical options, which could improve the involvement of national parliaments in the formulation and implementation of EU policies.
Heleen Jalvingh, UCL, School for Public Policy
Link to evidence: European Select Committee
Link to Report