Mobility of TCN Researchers in the ERA
TCN Researchers Mobility in European Research Area: The case of Cyprus
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Scientific mobility represents one of the most important, unconventional types of migration and a phenomenon of growing interest not only for scholars but also for the EU and countries worldwide. It also comprises mobility as well as immigration of non- EU scientists, researchers and their family members. The conditions however, under which Third County N scientists and researchers can enter the EU are determined by the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, so their free movement right comes with restrictions and its regulation mainly depends on Member States Immigration law and legislation pertaining to EU Migration Directive 2005/71/EC replaced by the recast Directive 2016/801 on the entry and residence conditions of TCNs for the purposes of research, studies, training, voluntary service, pupil exchange schemes or educational projects and au pairing,  OJ L 132/21. Consequently, without doubt states and policies play a significant role not only in shaping migration processes but also in the correct application of EU laws at the practical level thus safeguarding the migrant scientists’ and researchers’ rights. This seminar explores the challenges to scientific migration affecting TCN and Cypriot scientists and researchers as they arise from the domestic research environment (Cyprus). In this context the seminar stresses the role of the home country scientific/research environment as this determines the safeguarding of TCN scientists’ and researchers’ rights right to entry, right to family reunification, right to work, mobility rights and opportunities to remain or not.
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Μουσείου 4, Nicosia, Cyprus