The Challenges of EU Migration And Border Policies in The Mediterranean: A Critical Sociology of the Institutional Framework after the Lisbon Treaty
Despite the small number of people who have entered Europe, it is estimated that the EU will take 50 years to relocate everyone. What are the challenges affecting the EU with regard to immigration and border management in the Mediterranean?
This lecture reviews some of the professor's research on Albanian migration in the last ten years, focusing on strategic choices made based on mixed methods and multiple locations.
David Moya opens the second quarter of the cycle "Interpreting the Mediterranean today".
Migrants and Refugees: Impact and Future Policies. Case studies of Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Greece
The Centre for Strategic Studies hosts a workshop in Amman as part of the activities of the EuroMeSCo working package dedicated to migration and refugee challenges in the Mediterranean.