Migration, Rights and Citizenship

Conference programme

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Programme Thursday 18 May 2017

9:00 Registration and coffee
9:30 Introduction to TRANSMIC and the conference, Hildegard Schneider 
9:45 Lecture 1: Katarzyna Grabska (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies) 
"Migration, Social Protection and Gendered Adolescence: Eritrean and Ethiopian Multilocal Life Trajectories"
10:15 Lecture 2: Rainer Baubock (EUI) 
"Refugee Protection and Burden Sharing in the European Union"
10:45 Discussion (Chair: Hildegard Schneider, Maastricht University)
11:00  Coffee break
11:25 Lecture 3: Ali R. Chaudhary (Rutgers University)
"Immigrant Political Action: Opportunities and Constraints in an Era of Nationalist Populism"
11:50 Lecture 4, Jackline Wahba (University of South Hampton) 
"International Migration and the Transfer of Social and Political Norms"
12:15 Discussion (Chair: Pawel Kaczmarczyk, Warsaw University)
12:30 Lunch
14:00-18:00 

Parallel sessions A1-A3 (including coffee break)
A1: Transnational Social Protection
A2: Migration and the Labour Market
A3: Third Country Perspectives on EU Actorness and Influence

Conference dinner (at EUI)

Programme Friday 19 May 2017

9:30-12:30

Parallel sessions B1-B3 (including coffee break)
B1: Temporalities of Migrant Well-Being, Rights and Responsibilities
B2: Drivers and Dynamics of Transnational Skilled Migration
B3: Citizenship

12:30 Lunch
14:00 Lecture 5: Valentina Mazzucato (Maastricht University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
"The Well-Being of Parents and Children in Transnational Migrant Families: Transnational   Effects of National Policies"
14:25 Lecture 6, Marleen Zoeteweij (University of Fribourg)
“Have tux, will travel” - the 'mobile man' model in EU migration law
14:50 Lecture 7, René de Groot (Maastricht University, Faculty of Law)
"Migrants and their Identity"
15:15 Discussion (Chair: Sergio Carrera, CEPS)
15:45 Closing of conference by Hildegard Schneider

Followed by drinks

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