Polis Brief N° 28 – Towards balance, coherence and complementarity in European labour migration policy

In recent years, migration politics and policymaking in the EU has been overly focused on irregular migration and asylum. A nearly exclusive policy focus on reinforcing ‘Fortress Europe’ to keep people out is unsustainable and undesirable. A shift in policy focus to offering legal pathways to much-needed labour migrants from third countries to enter the … Weiterlesen …

Polis Brief N° 27 – Winds of Change

With its decision to further invade Ukraine on the 24th of February 2022, the Russian Federation has brought conventional war back on the European map and thereby catalysed multifaceted shifts in the international security order. To that effect, this paper examines the concrete ways in which the war has triggered a change in the threat … Weiterlesen …

Polis Brief N°26 – Are we prepared for a HireGPT to enter the HR-Department?
 Shortcomings in the Artificial Intelligence Act?

Automating hiring processes with the help of AI promises not only to significantly reduce hiring costs for companies and find more suitable employees, but also to reduce HR bias, creating a fairer application system. While this seems like a financial and economic dream for employers, job seekers could also look forward to a more efficient … Weiterlesen …

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