Fanny Tittel-Mosser

Email fannytittel@gmail.com

Dr. Fanny Tittel-Mosser is currently Knowledge Management and Research Officer at the International Center for Migration Policy Development in Brussels. In 2018 she completed a Marie Curie PhD in law at the University of Minho, Portugal. Fanny has experience in research, comparative studies, monitoring and evaluation as well as a deep knowledge of migration issues in the MENA Region and West Africa. Dr. Tittel-Mosser previously worked on various migration-related issues with IOM, the UN Alliance of Civilizations, ICMPD and NGOs. Her research interests include migration governance, EU External Action, EU-Africa relations and EU-UN relations.

  • Migration
  • EU Law and migration policies
  • EU External Action
  • Africa, Migration Law
  • EU Mobility Partnerships

This researcher belongs to DH.

Books and book chapters

  • Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Mobility Partnerships: a tool for the externalization of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde (book chapter in Juan Santos Vara, Sergio Carrera and Tineke Strik, Constitutionalising the External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies in Times of Crisis: Legality, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights Reconsidered [Edward Elgar Publishing 2018] Forthcoming.
  • Leonhard den Hertog and Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Implementing Mobility Partnerships: Delivering What? in Pathways for Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising Concepts, Trajectories, and Policies, EURANET paperback CEPS 2017.

Articles

  • Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Reversed conditionality in EU External Migration Policy: the case of Morocco Journal of European Contemporary Research Volume 14 Issue 4. Forthcoming (November 2018).
  • Fanny Tittel-Mosser, The Unintended Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A Comparative Implementation Analysis of Morocco and Cape Verde (2018) European Journal of Migration and Law Volume 20(3) 314-337. doi:10.1163/15718166-12340033.
  • Leonhard den Hertog and Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Implementing Mobility Partnerships: Delivering What? in Pathways for Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising Concepts, Trajectories, and Policies, EURANET paperback CEPS 2017.

Communications

  • Paper presented at the Conference “Africa-Europe Relationships: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective” organized by LUISS and the Dialogue of Civilization, Rome, 14-15 June 2018 “A Contextualisation of the Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships in Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Paper presented at the EUIA18 Conference, Brussels, 16-18 May 2018: “The Unexpected Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A Comparative Implementation Analysis of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • EUSA Biennial Conference – Miami, 4-6 May 2017: “The Legal and Practical Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • IMISCOE Conference – Rotterdam, 28-30 June 2017: “The Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Workshop: The External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies: Effectiveness, Fairness and Rule of Law Reconsidered 19-20 October 2017 organised by the University of Salamanca and CEPS: “Mobility Partnerships: a tool for the externalisation of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in London 5-7 September 2016: “migration management between bilateral treaties and EU soft law: exploring the mobility partnership with morocco.
  • Opening Presentation, TRANSMIC Roundtable “Funding the EU’s external policies on migration: Questions of coherence and accountability” CEPS, Brussels, 13 December 2016 “Mapping the EU funding landscape: the role of the ‘refugee crisis’ and the case of Morocco”.
  • Paper presented at the EUIA conference, Brussels, 11-13 May 2016: “Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships”.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in Bilbao 7 – 9 September 2015 in Bilbao: “Towards an evaluation of Mobility Partnerships: Analyzing the projects proposed in the cases of Cape Verde and Morocco”.
  • TRANSMIC Academic Roundtable “The EU External Policies on Migration, Borders and Asylum: Policy Transfers or Intersecting Policy Universes?” at CEPS Brussels 24 May 2015. Presentation of the paper: Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in Bilbao 7 – 9 September 2015 in Bilbao: “Towards an evaluation of Mobility Partnerships: Analyzing the projects proposed in the cases of Cape Verde and Morocco”.
  • Paper presented at the EUIA conference, Brussels, 11-13 May 2016: “Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships”.
  • TRANSMIC Academic Roundtable “The EU External Policies on Migration, Borders and Asylum: Policy Transfers or Intersecting Policy Universes?” at CEPS Brussels 24 May 2015. Presentation of the paper: Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in London 5-7 September 2016: “migration management between bilateral treaties and EU soft law: exploring the mobility partnership with morocco.
  • Opening Presentation, TRANSMIC Roundtable “Funding the EU’s external policies on migration: Questions of coherence and accountability” CEPS, Brussels, 13 December 2016 “Mapping the EU funding landscape: the role of the ‘refugee crisis’ and the case of Morocco”.
  • EUSA Biennial Conference – Miami, 4-6 May 2017: “The Legal and Practical Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • IMISCOE Conference – Rotterdam, 28-30 June 2017: “The Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Workshop: The External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies: Effectiveness, Fairness and Rule of Law Reconsidered 19-20 October 2017 organised by the University of Salamanca and CEPS: “Mobility Partnerships: a tool for the externalisation of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
21 de Outubro, 2017

Fanny Tittel-Mosser

Email fannytittel@gmail.com

Dr. Fanny Tittel-Mosser is currently Knowledge Management and Research Officer at the International Center for Migration Policy Development in Brussels. In 2018 she completed a Marie Curie PhD in law at the University of Minho, Portugal. Fanny has experience in research, comparative studies, monitoring and evaluation as well as a deep knowledge of migration issues in the MENA Region and West Africa. Dr. Tittel-Mosser previously worked on various migration-related issues with IOM, the UN Alliance of Civilizations, ICMPD and NGOs. Her research interests include migration governance, EU External Action, EU-Africa relations and EU-UN relations.

  • Migration
  • EU Law and migration policies
  • EU External Action
  • Africa, Migration Law
  • EU Mobility Partnerships

This researcher belongs to DH.

Books and book chapters

  • Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Mobility Partnerships: a tool for the externalization of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde (book chapter in Juan Santos Vara, Sergio Carrera and Tineke Strik, Constitutionalising the External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies in Times of Crisis: Legality, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights Reconsidered [Edward Elgar Publishing 2018] Forthcoming.
  • Leonhard den Hertog and Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Implementing Mobility Partnerships: Delivering What? in Pathways for Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising Concepts, Trajectories, and Policies, EURANET paperback CEPS 2017.

Articles

  • Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Reversed conditionality in EU External Migration Policy: the case of Morocco Journal of European Contemporary Research Volume 14 Issue 4. Forthcoming (November 2018).
  • Fanny Tittel-Mosser, The Unintended Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A Comparative Implementation Analysis of Morocco and Cape Verde (2018) European Journal of Migration and Law Volume 20(3) 314-337. doi:10.1163/15718166-12340033.
  • Leonhard den Hertog and Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Implementing Mobility Partnerships: Delivering What? in Pathways for Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising Concepts, Trajectories, and Policies, EURANET paperback CEPS 2017.

Communications

  • Paper presented at the Conference “Africa-Europe Relationships: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective” organized by LUISS and the Dialogue of Civilization, Rome, 14-15 June 2018 “A Contextualisation of the Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships in Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Paper presented at the EUIA18 Conference, Brussels, 16-18 May 2018: “The Unexpected Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A Comparative Implementation Analysis of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • EUSA Biennial Conference – Miami, 4-6 May 2017: “The Legal and Practical Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • IMISCOE Conference – Rotterdam, 28-30 June 2017: “The Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Workshop: The External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies: Effectiveness, Fairness and Rule of Law Reconsidered 19-20 October 2017 organised by the University of Salamanca and CEPS: “Mobility Partnerships: a tool for the externalisation of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in London 5-7 September 2016: “migration management between bilateral treaties and EU soft law: exploring the mobility partnership with morocco.
  • Opening Presentation, TRANSMIC Roundtable “Funding the EU’s external policies on migration: Questions of coherence and accountability” CEPS, Brussels, 13 December 2016 “Mapping the EU funding landscape: the role of the ‘refugee crisis’ and the case of Morocco”.
  • Paper presented at the EUIA conference, Brussels, 11-13 May 2016: “Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships”.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in Bilbao 7 – 9 September 2015 in Bilbao: “Towards an evaluation of Mobility Partnerships: Analyzing the projects proposed in the cases of Cape Verde and Morocco”.
  • TRANSMIC Academic Roundtable “The EU External Policies on Migration, Borders and Asylum: Policy Transfers or Intersecting Policy Universes?” at CEPS Brussels 24 May 2015. Presentation of the paper: Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in Bilbao 7 – 9 September 2015 in Bilbao: “Towards an evaluation of Mobility Partnerships: Analyzing the projects proposed in the cases of Cape Verde and Morocco”.
  • Paper presented at the EUIA conference, Brussels, 11-13 May 2016: “Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships”.
  • TRANSMIC Academic Roundtable “The EU External Policies on Migration, Borders and Asylum: Policy Transfers or Intersecting Policy Universes?” at CEPS Brussels 24 May 2015. Presentation of the paper: Soft law and legal effects of international migration agreements: implementing EU Mobility Partnerships.
  • Paper presented at the UACES Annual Conference in London 5-7 September 2016: “migration management between bilateral treaties and EU soft law: exploring the mobility partnership with morocco.
  • Opening Presentation, TRANSMIC Roundtable “Funding the EU’s external policies on migration: Questions of coherence and accountability” CEPS, Brussels, 13 December 2016 “Mapping the EU funding landscape: the role of the ‘refugee crisis’ and the case of Morocco”.
  • EUSA Biennial Conference – Miami, 4-6 May 2017: “The Legal and Practical Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • IMISCOE Conference – Rotterdam, 28-30 June 2017: “The Legal and Policy Relevance of EU Mobility Partnerships: A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
  • Workshop: The External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies: Effectiveness, Fairness and Rule of Law Reconsidered 19-20 October 2017 organised by the University of Salamanca and CEPS: “Mobility Partnerships: a tool for the externalisation of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde”.
21 de Outubro, 2017