This report presents a summary of recommendations on how we can all gain from migration. They are the result of a multi-faceted project undertaken in partnership with the European Commission to rethink the management of the emerging mobility system. New ideas, based on an exhaustive review of past policy experiences in Europe and elsewhere, are offered for policies related to labour markets, integration, development co-operation and the engagement of diasporas.
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Preface by Louka T. Katseli Executive Summary: a Set of Migration Policy Proposals for Europe 1. Introduction: Jobs and Confidence 2. New Migration Thinking for a New Century -What's Old, What's New, and Where We Need to Go -Old and New Ways of Thinking and Acting on Migration -The Age of Mobility -Prerequisites for and Challenges to the New Mobility System 3. Migration and Employment: Labour Market Access Policies -An Integrated Migration Monitoring System -Temporary and Circular Migration -Effective Free Movement within the European Union -Opportunities for Permanent Residence and Citizenship 4.Migration and Social Cohesion: Enabling Integration -Fair, Equal and Early Access to the Labour Markets -Education, Language and Adult Learning -Citizenship, Civic Participation, and EU Multicultural Citizenship 5. Migration and Development: Partnerships for Mobility Management -Looking at Migration Policies through a Development a Lens -Integrating International Migration into Development Strategies -Overhauling the Organisation of Migration Management -Coherence of Policies for More Effective Management 6. Encouraging Migrants' Networks Bibliography Annex: List of Outputs