Camino Mortera-Martinez

Camino Mortera-Martinez

Research fellow & Brussels representative
Areas of expertise 

Free movement of persons, counter-terrorism policies, criminal law, police and judicial co-operation, migration policies, JHA's institutional structure, civil law and international private law.

Twitter 
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If women ruled: 10 women call for new voices in the European conversation

Politico
07 May 2018
A group of senior female experts based in Brussels got together to brainstorm Europe’s future and came up with radically different solutions. Here are our proposals.

CER Bulletin podcast: EU reform; Brexit and foreign policy; Europe and cyber security

11 April 2018
In the CER Bulletin podcast, CER researchers brief podcast listeners on three of the most important topics for Europe this month. 

CER podcast: Security after Brexit

14 March 2018
Sophia Besch asks Camino Mortera-Martinez about future UK-EU justice and home affairs co-operation.

Spanish constitution needs overhaul to avert Catalonia crisis

EU Observer
09 October 2017
Television footage of Guardia Civil officers in riot gear manhandling Catalonian citizens as they tried to vote in Sunday's independence referendum has shocked Europe.
CER podcast: Security co-operation after Brexit

CER podcast: Security co-operation after Brexit

30 June 2017
Sophia Besch talks to Camino Mortera-Martinez about how to keep Britain plugged into Europol and European criminal databases.

BBC Sunday Politics: Camino Mortera-Martinez on Brexit neogitations

02 May 2017
Camino Mortera-Martinez talks to BBC Sunday Politics on the EU summit and the forthcoming Brexit neogitations.

Camino Mortera-Martinez — Wonk of the Week

Politico
20 April 2017
In this new Playbook feature we'll shine a spotlight each Thursday on an author posting interesting content on thewonk.eu. Based in Brussels, Camino Mortera-Martinez works for the Centre for European Reform.

CER podcast: CER researchers discuss the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome

24 March 2017
CER researchers discuss the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome. The EU has a great past, but what will its leaders do about its many challenges in the future?
CER podcast: What free movement means to Europe and why it matters to Britain

CER podcast: What free movement means to Europe and why it matters to Britain

16 February 2017
Discussion on the politics and economics that underlie differing views of free movement in the UK and Europe.

CER podcast: Rob Wainwright and Camino Mortera-Martinez on Europol and UK-EU security co-operation

27 January 2017
Camino Mortera-Martinez talks to Rob Wainwright about the work of Europol on counter-terrorism and migration, the future of his agency and the effects of Brexit on UK-EU security co-operation.

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