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The Green European Foundation is organising a plenary session about migration during the upcoming Univerde summer university in Spain.
This session will provide an analysis of the current situation and a space for debate about future perspectives for migration in Europe, tackling specific topics, such as xenophobia, protection of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the European policy on migration and asylum, etc.
This workshop is part of our ongoing transnational project “My Life According to me”: A New Narrative on Migration in Europe.
- Joaquín Nieto – director of the OIT office in Spain;
- Sami Naïr – political scientist, philosopher, sociologist and French professor;
- Antonio Campillo – dean of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Murcia and president of the Spanish Network of Philosophy;
- Claire Rodier – author of the book The Business of Xenophobia.
Moderator: Manuela Mesa, director of the Center for Education and Research for Peace (CEIPAZ).
The ninth edition of Univerde is entitled “The Future of Europe: Democracy & Borders in the Era of Global Society”. Find more information on our webpage.