Making the EU Citizens' Agenda Work
CEPS Policy Briefs No. 122
5 Pages Posted: 1 Feb 2009
Date Written: February 9, 2007
On 5 January 2007, Elspeth Guild was invited by the European Commission Select Committee of the UK House of Lords to submit written evidence to assist that body in its scrutiny of the European Commission's annual legislative and work program. This Policy Brief reproduces her submission in full.and addresses six areas of the 2007 Work Program which are related to CEPS' work in the area of freedom, security and justice: 1) the 'big agendas', 2) strategic objectives regarding security, 3) the EU's voice in the world, 4) managing migration flows, 5) managing the acquis and 6) connecting Europe to its citizens.
Keywords: Justice and Home Affairs, Civil Liberties
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