Events

Workshop

09 May 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

The Economic Impact of The Arrival of Refugees in the EU

The session is part of the cycle "The Mediterranean of refugees" and aims to analyze the impact on the micro and macroeconomic level of the arrival in the European Union of these population flows in the short and long term.

Conference

03 Feb 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

An Interdisciplinary Look at Migrations in The Mediterranean

Although migration to the Mediterranean has been part of the public debate for years, never before have the problems of border control, human trafficking and irregular immigration in the region called for solutions so urgently and so widely.

Conference

17 Feb 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Migration Policies in Morocco: The New Regulatory and Legislative Provisions

The “cosmopolitization” of the country in a context of globalization has challenged the Moroccan authorities who have taken a number of regulatory and legislative measures constituting the bases of a new migration policy which marks an advance.

Conference

27 Apr 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Human Trafficking in The Mediterranean: National and Community Criminal Instruments. The Proposal of The Italian Government and the European Commission

The presentation tries to provide a general picture of the problems regarding the management of migratory flows in Italy. Particular attention is paid to the management of sea rescue, and the protection of the lives of migrants.

Workshop

29 Nov 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Perceptions of Migration in The Mediterranean

The public perception of various and overlapping “crises” of refugees and immigrants influences the definition of policies aimed at managing them. The extent to which this is done and how this perception is generated are adressed in this seminar....

Workshop

26 Oct 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Comparative Analysis of Migratory Control in The Mediterranean

What factors explain the willingness of migrant countries of origin to comply with the migration control policies of destination countries? What are the terms of this cooperation? Why do states sometimes cooperate and sometimes do not?

Workshop

02 Nov 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Rethinking Transnationalism With Collective Remittances

This research is based on a comparative study of three groups of immigrants: Algerians and Moroccan Berbers in France and Indian Punjabis in the United Kingdom and sheds new light on transnational dynamics, proposing a new approach.

Workshop

20 Jun 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

The Refugee Crisis And Media Coverage: Beyond Sensationalism

The aim of the seminar, which is part of the "Refugee Mediterranean" cycle, is to deconstruct narratives - media, humanitarian but also security, which exploit xenophobia and fear – and to analyze how the crisis has been narrated by different media...

Workshop

30 May 2016
IEMed, Barcelona

Economic Impact of Syrian Refugees in Neighboring Countries: The Cases of Turkey and Lebanon

In the framework of the cycle "The Mediterranean of refugees", the seminar discusses how to create the political and economic mechanisms that allow the economic integration of refugees and whether there is sufficient political will.