Midi-Med: « Human mobility v. border control: what is at stake with the EU migration policy in the Mediterranean? »
The MEDEA Institute and the European Movement Belgium are pleased to invite you to the next Midi-Med on 18th June 2014 which will be dedicated to: « Human mobility v. border control: what is at stake with the EU migration policy in the Mediterranean? », with:
- Hélène Calers, European Parliament – Administrator at the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee (LIBE).
- Aspasia Papadopoulou, Senior Advocacy Officer at the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE).
- Marco Stefan, PhD candidate at University of Ferrara – MEDEA.
Where? Info-Point Schuman, Rue Archimède 1, 1000 Brussels (Corner Rond-Point Schuman and Rue Archimède)
When? Wednesday 18th June 2014, from 12h30 to 14h
Language : English
Moderated by: Geoffroy d’Aspremont (MEDEA Institute)
Moving against the backdrop of increasing migratory pressure from the Southern Neighborhood, the discussants will address the EU political and normative efforts to manage human mobility in the Euro-Mediterranean area.
The event will bring institutional representatives and civil society actors together to discuss the latest developments in external border control and outline possible solutions to improve the overall EU migration policy performance in the region.
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