Migration Governance: Policies to Govern Migration across Levels of Government.
The course will provide a rapid overview of the tools to
understand global migration and how it interplays with territorial
policies for sustainable development. Students will be introduced
to key the drivers and policy responses to migration at global,
national and sub-national levels of government and society.
After an introduction on economic and forced migration (causes,
migrants’ profiles and flows’ foresight), the course will provide an
overview of the determinants of migration policies - admission,
resettlement, permanence and right to work- as well as the notion
of circular migration.
Speaker: Anna Piccinni - Policy Analyst, Public governance Directorate, OECD; Professor Migration and Integration, Temporary faculty, Sciences Po Paris
Date: 27 October 2021
Time: 17:00 - 19:00 (CEST)
Venue: Aula Ruffilli (just for HC students) and on Microsoft Teams
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Introduced by: Prof. Pierluigi Musarò
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