The Barcelona Process, 25 years later: an overview of regional migration initiatives in the Mediterranean

Teresa GIL RICOL

Résumé


 In 1995, the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership or Barcelona Process was launched with the aim to strengthen relations between the European Union, North African and Middle Eastern countries. The Barcelona Declaration promoted cooperation between Mediterranean countries to manage migration flows and fight illegal immigration. 25 years after, the migratory situation in the Mediterranean has greatly changed, and so have the existing laws, policies, projects and instruments governing it. This paper overviews the most relevant developments on migration in the Mediterranean focusing on regional initiatives as well as European Union and United Nations initiatives.


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Migration, Mediterranean, Barcelona Process, Union for the Mediterranean, European Union

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34874/IMIST.PRSM/RPE/23802

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