The recognition by an EU State of a non-EU national or a stateless person as a person eligible for subsidiary protection.
The Commission is today reviewing progress on the 2015 European Agenda on Migration and setting out the next steps to put in place the missing elements of a stronger, fairer and more effective EU migration and asylum policy. Building on the progress achieved so far, the Commission is presenting a series of new initiatives in key areas, including on resettlement and return. The Commission is also today proposing measures to preserve and strengthen the Schengen Area. A press release on the European Agenda on Migration and a press release and Q&A on Schengen will be available at the start of the press conference with Commissioner Avramopoulos, which follows the readout of the College meeting and which will be broadcast live on EbS. Factsheets on relocation, legal migration, the EU return policy and Schengen will also be available.
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