This week, SOLIDAR sent its contribution to the European Commission’s consultation on the existing EU legal framework for the legal entry and stay of third country nationals as part of the Fitness Check on EU legal migration legislation. The Fitness Check aims at assessing the relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency and EU added value of the legislation; identifying possible gaps and inconsistencies in the EU legislative framework and analysing whether it contributes to an effective management of migration flows.
SOLIDAR’s analysis takes into account existing gaps in the EU labour migration framework regarding the application of a coherent and comprehensive approach, the promotion of decent work and the protection of migrants’ human rights and equal opportunities. Among our recommendations to strengthen the current EU legislative framework on migration, SOLIDAR advocates for:
Please find out more on SOLIDAR’s recommendations for a human-rights based EU legal migration framework in our briefing.