Thanks to our reader Dersim Yabasun we're bringing to your attention an inquiry launched by United Kingdom House of Lords regarding the European Commission’s Communication on a Global Approach to Migration and Mobility.
As stated in the call for evidence:
‘The purpose of this inquiry is to assess the likely overall effectiveness of the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility, present recommendations on how the external dimension of the European Union’s migration policy can function better and evaluate the impact (both domestically and on a European scale) of the UK’s decision not to participate in many EU legislative measures on migration. We are particularly interested in the views of non-governmental organisations working in this field.’
The House has listed some general and specific questions, one of them regarding the European Asylum Support Office and its possible role in third countries.
Find the inquiry here. Interested parties should send input no later than 31 May 2012.