Announcement: Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Series

09 February 2021

The H2020 project team Advancing Alternative Migration Governance is presenting the first part of its Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Series. The series can be found at the ADMIGOV media channel, with key discussions, concepts and empirical findings, made suitable for students and all who want to learn about the topic. Production: Baris Ozcan and Dr. Ayşen Üstübici.

Overview of the program

Introduction - Anja van Heelsum introduces the overall ideas of the project Advancing Alternative Migration Governance (1:24 minutes)

Work package 1 - MOOC on Entry Governance full version (33 minutes), with Julien Jeandesboz from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Belgium

Instead of watching the full version, you can also watch (or present to your students) the Work package 1 MOOC on Entry Governance in four episodes:

Episode 1: Julien Jeandesboz, introduces the first work package of ADMIGOV: the Governance of Entry (6:43 minutes)
Episode 2: Julien Jeandesboz explains: patterns of Entry in the EU (14:43 minutes)
Episode 3: Julien Jeandesboz explains the law of in the EU. The team made an institutional and legal mapping of regular entry governance (6:30 minutes)
Episode 4:  Julien Jeandesboz explains EU entry in practice. The team has investigated three on-the-ground situations: a sea border (the island of Lesvos in Greece), a land border (the Terespol/Brest border crossing between Belarus and Poland), and an air border (the Brussels National Airport).  (7:44 minutes)

More information

Dr. Anja van Heelsum, Department of Political Science, University of Amsterdam, coordinator of the H2020 project “Advancing Alternative Migration Governance” , or dr Julien Jeandesboz, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Belgium. 

Latest News

Angelique van Dam

Understanding race, racism and antiracism in migration studies, comparatively across Europe and beyond

24 February 2021
On behalf of the anti-racism working group, we like to invite you to join our online seminar series. Following the global mobilization against racism, we have put together a webinar series to reflect on migration histories, race and racism and the...

read more

Marta Bivand Erdal

Join "Migrant Transnationalism” (MITRA) Standing Committee

23 February 2021
We are creating a new and updated list of members for our Standing Committee and we would like to ask you to confirm whether you would like to be affiliated as a member of the “Migrant Transnationalism” (MITRA) Standing Committee or not.

read more

Franz Buhr

Migration in the digital era - 3rd EuroMedMig National Workshop

22 February 2021
3rd EuroMedMig National Workshop Migration in the digital era: exploring new data, practices, and lifestyles March 25, 2021 - 13h45-17h GMT The full programme can be seen here: The 3rd EuroMedMig national workshop - "Migration in...
Marcus Nicolson

CfP: Challenging Integration through Everyday Narratives

Deadline: 15 March 2021
This academic workshop will focus on social inclusion, migration and volunteering in everyday contexts following micro-site research. We are interested in proposals from scholars who study integration narratives and how they contribute to the evolution...

read more

Martina Lo Cascio

Sirius Italian Team New Research Report: Policy Recommendations and Covid-19 Impact on Migrant Labour

16 February 2021
The Sirius Italian team at the University of Florence have issued a new report highlighting key findings of their research on newcomers' labour market integration in Italy with reflections on the effect of Covid-19 on migrant labour.

read more