Global and Regional Migration Governance Summer School (Geneva, June 19-30, 2017)

05 March 2017

The summer school offers a unique opportunity to learn and discuss about structures, actors, processes and challenges of global and regional migration governance in dialogue with international academic experts and practitioners from pertinent international organizations and NGOs based in Geneva.

  • Gain an interdisciplinary perspective
  • Network with experts working in the field
  • Visit the leading organizations in international Geneva
  • Learn about regional migration initiatives

Credits

Equivalence of 4 ECTS or 6 ECTS (to be validated by the home university).

Course Director

Professor Sandra Lavenex (Global Studies Institute, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Geneva)

Faculty

Lectures will be assumed by an international group of scholars and experts, including political scientists, lawyers, economists and sociologists and will include workshops with the most pertinent international organizations and NGOs dealing with migration governance and asylum in Geneva, including i.a. the UNHCR, ILO, IOM, ICRC and the delegation of the European Union.

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