WEBINAR 4 December 2020: Schengen, free movement and crises Links, effects and future challenges” with Elspeth Guild, Tineke Strik & more

The Centre for Migration Law of the Radboud University (Netherlands) will host a webinar on the relationship between Schengen and the free movement regime in the context of two crises: the so-called 2015 migration crisis and the 2020 Covid-19 crisis.

Registration: email to cmr-rechtssociologie@ru.nl (Ms. Babette Janssen). The link to the webinar will be sent after registration.

: 4 December 2020 15.00-17.00

Welcome (15.00-15.10)
Paul Minderhoud & Sandra Mantu
Part I: Derogations from Schengen: the new normal?  (15.10-16.00)
Stefano Montaldo (Universita degli studi di Torino)
Reintroduction of internal border control in times of crises: Is Schengen fit for purpose? 
Elspeth Guild (Queen Mary & Radboud University)) 
Schengen borders and multiple national states of emergency: from terrorism to covid19
Tineke Strik (European Parliament & Radboud University) 
The future of Schengen: new rules, more compliance or muddling through?
Part II: Schengen, digital borders and security (16.10-17.00)
Julien Jeandesboz (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
‘Ceci n’est pas un contrôle’: API/PNR and the infrastructural reconfiguration of the borderless Schengen area
Niovi Vavoula (Queen Mary) 
The Datafication of Mobility in the Schengen Area: Information Systems, Human Rights and the Risky Foreigner
Evelien Brouwer (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) 
Schengen and the exclusion of ‘public order and security risks’
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