Events

Workshop

02 May 2019
IEMed, Barcelona

Origin and Impact of Migrations in The Mediterranean on The Maghreb and Its Sub-Saharan and European Neighborhoods: A View From The South Shore

In 11 years, 2.4 million disembarkations have been detected on the European Mediterranean coasts. The priority in the EU is "to limit arrivals in Europe and outsource controls."

Workshop

24 Apr 2019
IEMed, Barcelona

(In)Stability And Migration From North Africa

Under conditions of political stability, socio-economic factors determine the migratory flows of North African countries. However, in conditions of political instability, expressed in different forms, migratory flows are unpredictable.

Workshop

21 Mar 2019
IEMed, Barcelona

Transformations in Migrants’ Access to Social Protection

After the financial and economic crisis and the so-called “refugee crisis”, several European democracies are experiencing intensive debates on the link between migration and social protection systems.

Workshop

14 Feb 2019
IEMed, Barcelona

Hate Speech and Human Rights

The lack of courage and strong convictions in relation to immigration traditional political parties in Europe have contributed to the rise of hate speech, especially on the Internet, and to the emergence of populist political options.

Workshop

28 Nov 2019
IEMed, Barcelona

Transiting Through The Borders Of Our World: A Look At The Migratory Reality

Nowadays, there are more than 1 billion people in the world are moving across different borders. Boundaries seem to have been strengthened and reclaimed, but in fact, they are boundaries drawn by the human mind and passion between diverse spaces.

Workshop

23 May 2019
IEMed, Barcelona

Refugee Politics In The Middle East: Historical Legacies And Governance Dilemmas

Beyond declarations of solidarity and announcements of aid for refugees in large international forums, the harsh reality on the ground does not change. Refugees feel abandoned by the international community and with no prospects for the future.