Hosted by MEPs Tineke Strik and Erik Marquardt European Parliament Room ASP1G1 Program 13.00 – 13.05 Start up 13.05 – 13.10 Introductory remarks MEP Erik Marquardt 13.10 – 13.30 Presentation by Maite Vermeulen and Giacomo Zandonini, journalists of the Correspondent: tracking the EU’s migration millions in Africa 13.30 – 14.00 What are the effects of the EU’s external migration […]
Iris Goldner Lang Odysseus Member for Croatia is welcoming in Zagreb early January a Conference “Migration and the Rule of Law” & Roundtable “The Role of Academics in Social Change” as well as a Jean Monnet Lecture Series The following events are organized with the UNESCO Chair on Free Movement of People, Migration and Inter-Cultural […]
The workshop Migration and EU Borders aims to contribute to the academic and policy debate by discussing these highly important issues in an interdisciplinary setting. It will include speakers from diverse disciplines such as law, humanities, social sciences, and migration studies. Given the applied nature of NOVA-EU project, we strongly encourage participants to reflect on […]
Publication Launch – official invitation 11th of December 2019 14.30-16.30 (registration from 14.00) Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU Avenue de Cortenbergh 80, 1000 Brussels Please follow this link if you wish to register. The Odysseus Academic Network, the European Policy Centre, the European Migration Network Finland, and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation are pleased […]
Migration: et si on laissait les demandeurs d’asile choisir leur pays d’accueil? By Lorraine Kihl, Le Soir, 2.12.2019 “Des chercheurs belges ont planché pendant des mois sur une réforme de la politique d’asile et de migration en Europe. Leurs propositions viennent d’être présentées devant les députés européens.” Find the full article HERE.
The conference focuses on the mobility of asylum seekers and refugees within European borders, and aims to explore issues such as drivers leading asylum seekers and refugees to move to other European countries, available legal channels for movement, and obstacles posed by the “system of (im)mobility” created by the current legal framework. Why do […]
On the 2nd of December 2019, Odysseus’ founder and coordinator Philippe De Bruycker and EPC’s Head of European Migration and Diversity programme and Senior Policy Analyst Marie De Somer will be presenting before the LIBE Committee (EP) the proceedings of the “From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0” Conference held in Helsinki on 24th and 25th […]