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Tatia Dolidze

Holding MA (Cum Laude) in European Studies from Maastricht University. Working as a Research Assistant at CEPS Political Analyst at "Beyond the EU"
Tatia Dolidze has written 2 posts for European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Undocumented migrant children in the EU

In its 2006 communication COM (2006) 0367, “Towards an EU strategy on the rights of the child”, relating to the rights of children “as immigrants, asylum seekers and refugees” , the Commission voiced its commitment to closing the  gap between national or community migration laws and the childrens’ rights that the EU is committed to defending. However the European reality is that … Continue reading

The EU’s dialogue on migration, mobility and security within the Eastern Partnership

The Eastern Partnership (EaP), just as the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), whose Eastern dimension it represents, is in general not a pre-accession policy. EaP is not an initiative related to EU enlargement, but has more to do with EU security. The EU has security concerns which manifest themselves in the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) … Continue reading

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