Migration in the Context of Relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean

30-10-2009

The study ‘Migration in the context of relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean’ was drawn up at the request of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (EXPO/B/AFET/2009/19). The project was coordinated by the Latin America Programme of the Barcelona Centre for International Studies (CIDOB), under the guidance of Anna Ayuso, Project Leader, and Gemma Pinyol, Coordinator of CIDOB’s Migrations Programme, who acted as content organiser. Mariana Foglia, a research assistant at CIDOB, drafted the final report in collaboration with the research project coordinators. As groundwork for the report, 10 studies on specific areas were drawn up by specialists with recognised experience and expertise in the field of migration. The authors of these studies were: Anna Ayuso, Lorenzo Cachón, Mariana Foglia, Susanne Gratius, Florencio Gudiño, José Luis Ibánez, David Moya, Gemma Pinyol, Andrés Solimano, Laura Tedesco, Pamela Urrutia and Alejandro del Valle.

The study ‘Migration in the context of relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean’ was drawn up at the request of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (EXPO/B/AFET/2009/19). The project was coordinated by the Latin America Programme of the Barcelona Centre for International Studies (CIDOB), under the guidance of Anna Ayuso, Project Leader, and Gemma Pinyol, Coordinator of CIDOB’s Migrations Programme, who acted as content organiser. Mariana Foglia, a research assistant at CIDOB, drafted the final report in collaboration with the research project coordinators. As groundwork for the report, 10 studies on specific areas were drawn up by specialists with recognised experience and expertise in the field of migration. The authors of these studies were: Anna Ayuso, Lorenzo Cachón, Mariana Foglia, Susanne Gratius, Florencio Gudiño, José Luis Ibánez, David Moya, Gemma Pinyol, Andrés Solimano, Laura Tedesco, Pamela Urrutia and Alejandro del Valle.

Externe Autor

Anna AYUSO (Centre for International Relations and Development Studies, Barcelona, Spain)