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Fanny Tittel-Mosser

The aim of this chapter is to discuss whether the EU and the Member States unilaterally use Mobility Partnerships to support the externalisation of EU migration policy or whether third countries play a more active role in these developments. It argues that Mobility Partnerships, despite their non-binding character, have legal and policy relevance for third countries with regard to the regulation of migration, asylum and human trafficking law. Furthermore, the chapter puts forward that the EU uses the Mobility Partnership tool, among others, to externalise the reception of migrants and refugees in neighbouring third countries. The chapter combines a comparative legal analysis of the development of the legal frameworks in Morocco and Cape Verde with an empirical study of the implementation of Mobility Partnerships’ projects in relation to national migration strategies.