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'Faltering alliances and emerging faultlines: the political complexities of EU immigration policy'

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Lecture followed by a drinks reception. For more information, see http://cambridgemigrationworkshop2012.blogspot.com/

Elizabeth Collett is Director of Migration Policy Institute Europe, headquartered in Brussels, and is also Senior Advisor to MPI ’s Transatlantic Council on Migration. Based in Brussels, Ms. Collett focuses on European migration and immigrant integration policy.

Her publications include Emerging Transatlantic Security Dilemmas in Border Management, A New Architecture for Border Management (co-author), Immigrant Integration in a Time of Austerity, and Soft, Scarce, and Super Skills: Sourcing the Next Generation of Migrant Workers in Europe (co-author).

Prior to joining MPI , Ms. Collett was a Senior Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre, an independent Brussels-based think tank, and was responsible for its migration program, which covered all aspects of European migration and integration policy. During her time at EPC she produced numerous working papers and policy briefs focused on the future of European Union immigration policy. She has also worked in the Migration Research and Policy Department of the International Organization for Migration in Geneva and for the Institute for the Study of International Migration in Washington, DC.

Ms. Collett, who is a Research Associate at Compas, Oxford University, holds a master’s degree in foreign service (with distinction) from Georgetown University, where she specialized in foreign policy and earned a certificate in refugee and humanitarian studies, and a bachelor’s degree in law from Oxford University.

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