Refugee crisis

EESC fact-finding missions and strategy

National mission reports - page 1

In December 2015 and January 2016, EESC delegations visited eleven EU Member States followed by a visit to Turkey in March 2016, to meet civil society organisations working with migrants in order to identify the problems, needs, failures, success stories and best practices of the various actors in the current refugee crisis with the final aim of providing input to EU policy making.

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  • 25 May 2016 MISSION REPORT – TURKEY

    The delegation to Turkey, which undertook a three-day mission to Ankara and Izmir, was composed of Mr Manthos Mavrommatis (Gr I), Mr Jose Antonio Moreno Díaz (Gr II), Mr Panagiotis Gkofas (Gr III) and administrators Mr Javier Admettla Fernandez (REX section) and Ms Panagiota Theodoropoulou (the president's private office).

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – AUSTRIA

     

    The delegation to Austria was composed of Christa Schweng (Austria, Employers Group), Hans-Joachim Wilms (Germany, Workers Group) and Alfred Gajdosik (Austria, Various interests Group), supported by Judite Berkemeier, EESC secretariat.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – BULGARIA

    The delegation to Bulgaria was composed of Evgeniy Ivanov (Bulgaria, Employers Group), Veselin Mitov (Bulgaria, Workers Group) and Bogomil Nikolov (Bulgaria, Various interests Group), supported by Milen Minchev, EESC secretariat.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – CROATIA

    The delegation to Croatia was made up of Dragica Martinović Džamonja (Croatia, Employers’ Group), Ellen Nygren (Sweden, Workers’ Group) and Marina Škrabalo (Croatia, Various Interests Group), supported by Ana Dumitrache, EESC secretariat.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – GERMANY

    The delegation to Germany was composed of Antti- Jukka Ahtela (Finland, Employers' Group), Peter Schmidt (Germany, Workers' Group) and Krzysztof Balon (Poland, Various Interests Group), supported by Johannes Kind, EESC secretariat. The delegation visited facilities and held meetings in Passau and Munich on 7-8 January 2016.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – GREECE

    The delegation to Greece was composed of Irini Ivoni Pari (Greece, Employers Group), Nicos Epistithiou (Cyprus, Workers Group) and Cristian Pirvûlescu (Romania, Various interests Group). Jean-François Bence, Director of Directorate C and Panagiota Theodoropoulou, Administrator in the President's Private Officetook part in the mission. The members visited the island of Lesvos island (GreekTturkish border) and the Eidomeni area (Greek-FYROM border).

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – HUNGARY

    The delegation to Hungary included Janusz Pietkiewicz (Poland, Employers Group), Erika Koller (Hungary, Workers Group) and Ákos Topolánszky (Hungary, Various Interests Group), supported by Ana Dumitrache and András Egyedi, EESC secretariat.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – ITALY

    The delegation to Italy was composed of Vladimira Drbalová (Czech Republic, Employers Group), José Antonio Moreno Díaz (Spain, Workers Group) and Antonio Longo (Italy, Various interests Group), supported by Valeria Atzori, EESC secretariat, and Daniela Rondinelli, Office of the President.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – MALTA

    The delegation to Malta was composed of Stefano Mallia (Malta, Employers Group), Berivan Muhriban Öngörur (Sweden, Workers Group) and Christian Moos (Germany, Various Interests Group) and supported by Annemarie Wiersma, EESC secretariat.

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  • 15 Mar 2016 MISSION REPORT – POLAND

    The delegation to Poland was composed of Stéphane Buffetaut (France, Employers Group), Adam Rogalewski (Poland, Workers Group) and Karolina Dreszer-Smalec (Poland, Various Interests Group), supported by Barbara Walentynowicz, EESC secretariat.

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