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CITIZENS LOOKING FOR MULTIDIMENSIONAL MIGRATION CHALLENGES
3. Oktober @ 9:00 :15:00
In Cooperation with: EURO-MEDITERRANEAN ECONOMISTS ASSOCIATION
2 – 3 October 2020, Participation is free of charge, registration is requested!
For registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xRJrtO3TQXGgruA4mWuwJg
Conference language: English
Co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union
09.00–10.30 Migrations in the light socio-economic perspective
Francesca Fauri, University of Bologna, Italy
Nadzeya Laurentsyeva, Ludwig-Maximilians University München, Germany
Moderator: Severin Gruber, Paneuropean Movement Austria
From 50s to 70s, migrations were mainly driven by the economic needs (industry) of Europe. These migrations were mainly within Europe. Nowadays, (im)migrations are to certain extent politically driven, though we should not neglect the European demographic prospects and its future needs of skilled labour force.
10.45–12.15 Challenges of (im)migrations‚ integration process
Michael Girardi, Federal Chancellery Republic of Austria, Department for Integration
Daniela Irrera, University of Catania, Italy
Moderator: Dejan Hribar, Slovenian Paneuropean Movement
The integration process is one of the most important part of (im)migration, since it affects the social perspective of society. On the one hand the country that accepts migrants need to have a comprehensive integration programme, while on the other, (im)migrants need to be willing to undergo the integration process.
13.30–15.00 European migration management
Angeliki Dimitriadi, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, Greece
Lukas Mandl, Member of the European Parliament, Austria
Moderator: Lovro Klinar, Slovenian Paneuropean Movement
Particularly in 2015, the European Union turned out to be rather disaccorded when it was about the migration management, thus much of the migration management was left on member states. On the other hand, the member states refused the proposals of the European Commission to share migration burden, thus taking away its legitimacy to get more involved in the crisis management. What can we expect from the New Pact on Migration and Asylum?