Fachkonferenz

Migration und Integration in der Europäischen Union - Fakten, Zahlen, Herausforderungen und politische Antworten

Internationale Konfernz

Zum dritten Mal organisieren die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung und die Wirtschaftshochschule in Warschau (SGH) eine internationale Konferenz im Rahmen des EUMIGRO-Programms "Jean Monnet Module on the European Union and the Contemporary International Migration - an Interdisciplinary Approach".

Details

Hauptziel des Projekts sind eine offene und interdisziplinäre Diskussion so wie die Popularisierung von fundiertem und aktuellem Wissen über Migrations-, Flüchtlings- und Integrationsfragen. Die inhaltliche Ausrichtung des Projekts umfasst die Thematik gegenwärtiger Migrationsprozesse in und nach Europa sowie sektorale Politiken auf nationaler und EU-Ebene in Bezug auf Einwanderung, Asyl und Integration. In Folgen der Krisen im Mittelmeerraum – Migrations-, Flüchtlings- und humanitäre Krise rückte die Migrationsproblematik in den Mittelpunkt der öffentlichen Debatte. Sowohl ihre Ursachen als auch ihre Auswirkungen sind mehrdimensional. Daher bedarf es eingehender Überlegungen in Verbindung mit einer verstärkten Bildungs-, Popularisierungs- und Forschungstätigkeit, deren Ziel es ist, insbesondere jungen Menschen, solides und nuanciertes Wissen zu vermitteln.


Konferenzsprache: Englisch.

Programm

3rd EUMIGRO Conference

“Migration and integration in the European Union

facts, figures, challenges and policy responses”

26.03.2019, 09.0018.00

SGH Warsaw School of Economics

Warsaw, Al. Niepodległości 128, Building C, Auditorium I

Organiser:

  • Jean Monnet Module EUMIGRO, Department of Political Studies, Collegium of Socio-Economics, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
  • Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Poland
  • Research Committee 46 – Migration and Citizenship, International Political Science Association (IPSA)

Honorary Patronage:

  • European Commission Representation in Poland

Programme


08.30–09.00 – Registration and coffee break

09.00–09.15 Welcome addresses

  • Professor Krzysztof Kozłowski, Vice Rector for Teaching and Student Affairs, SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Head of the Department of Political Studies, Collegium of Socio-Economics, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
  • Professor Wojciech Morawski, Dean of the Collegium of Socio-Economics, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
  • Dr Angelika Klein, Director of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Poland

09.15–10.15 Keynote speeches

  • Professor Stefania Panebianco, Jean Monnet Chair EUMedEA, Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Catania: “The EU and Mediterranean migration: when politics (un)makes policy”
  • Professor Rinus Penninx, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES), University of Amsterdam: “Challenges of migrants’ integration in the European Union: between multi-level governance and decoupled integration policies?”

10.15–11.00 Panel I. “Roundtable debate: European Union managing migration, actors and strategies”

  • Moderator: Professor Stefania Panebianco, Jean Monnet Chair EUMedEA, Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Catania
    • Ms Maria Pamuła, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Representation in Poland
    • Ms Ewa Moncure, European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex)
    • Mr Sebastian Rysz, European Commission Representation in Poland

11.00–11.30 Coffee break

11.30–12.45 – Panel II. “Immigration to the EU regional developments and EU external policies”

  • Moderator: Professor Anna Visvizi, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module B-in-EU, Deree College – The American College of Greece
    • Dr Jolanta Szymańska, Institute of European Studies, University of Warsaw: "External dimension of the EU strategy towards the migration crisis"
    • Dr Anna Masłoń-Oracz, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module AFROEU, Institute of Management, Collegium of Management and Finance, SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the Warsaw School of Economics: EU-Africa migration challenges and responses: the case study of the East Africa Community”
    • Professor Vasile Cucerescu, ECSA–Moldova: The eastern border of the European Union in the migration paradigm(s)”
    • Dr Maciej Cesarz, Chair of the European Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Wrocław: “The rise of EU migration technology: the new electronic systems of external border control”

12.45–14.00 – Panel III. “Migration in the EU internal challenges and policy responses”

  • Moderator: Professor Rinus Penninx, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES), University of Amsterdam
    • Dr Aleksandra Szczerba-Zawada, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module EUIncSo, Faculty of Administration and National Security, Jacob of Paradies University in Gorzów Wielkopolski: “Tackling the challenges of (im)migration: EU anti-discrimination law and its influence on the Member States’ legal orders”
    • Professor Małgorzata Dziembała, Department of International Economic Relations, Faculty of Economics, University of Economics in Katowice and the Polish European Community Studies Association:The role of the EU’s financial support for the integration of migrants and refugees in the Member States”
    • Dr Karolina Sobczak-Szelc, Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw: “RESPOND Multilevel governance of mass migration in Europe and beyond: how to investigate forced immigration in the EU and its neighbourhood?”
    • Mr Diego Caballero Vélez, PhD candidate in Political Sciences, European Politics and International Relations, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa:“Refugee protection in the EU: German, Italian and Polish ruling political parties’ perceptions of refugee protection as a global public good”

14.00–14.45 Lunch

14.45–16.15 – Panel IV. “Migration in the EU Member States’ perspective”

  • Moderator: Professor Vasile Cucerescu, ECSA-Moldova
    • Professor Anna Visvizi, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module B-in-EU, Deree College – The American College of Greece: Negotiating migration in Greece: agency, structures and policymaking”
    • Professor Andrea De Petris, Università Telematica “Giustino Fortunato” in Benevento and Accademia Diritto e Societa’ Multiculturali – Sezione Immigrazione of the Università della Tuscia in Viterbo : "Pursuing public insecurity? The new Italian migration law"
    • Dr Edina Lilla Mészáros, Faculty of History, International Relations, Political Science and Communication Sciences, University of Oradea: “What role did Romania play in the current refugee crisis? Is Romania a country for refugees?”
    • Ms Martina Vetrovcova, PhD candidate, Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Institute of Political Science, Heidelberg University: All for one and one for all? The EU, the V4 and the different understandings of solidarity and migration”
    • Mr Piotr Sieniawski, PhD candidate, Institute of Political Science and the Inter-Institutes Migration Research Unit, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw: “From the migration crisis to the UN Global Compact for Migration: the approach of the Slovak Republic to contemporary migration challenges”

16.15–17.45 – Panel V. “Migration in the EU Poland’s perspective”

  • Moderator: Dr Aleksandra Szczerba-Zawada, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module EUIncSo, Faculty of Administration and National Security, Jacob of Paradies University in Gorzów Wielkopolski
  • Professor Witold Klaus, Department of Criminology, Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences and the Association for Legal Intervention:“Ambiguity of Polish migration law after 2015. Between closing borders to refugees and welcoming Ukrainian workers”
  • Dr Tomasz Sieniow, Institute of European Studies, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and The Rule of Law Institute: “Polish highly effective return policy: at whose cost?”
  • Dr Konrad Pędziwiatr, Department of European Studies, Faculty of Economics and International Relations, Cracow University of Economics: Politics of fear and securitization of refugees in Poland”
  • Dr Kateryna Krakhmalova, International and European Law Department, Faculty of Law, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy: “Ukrainian-Polish migration challenges: legal and policy aspects”
  • Mr Dominik Wach, PhD candidate, Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw and the Warsaw Family Support Centre: “Strategy or action in search of refugee-integration models on the local level"

17.45–18.00 – Closing remarks

  • Dr Marta Pachocka, Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module EUMIGRO, Department of Political Studies, Collegium of Socio-Economics, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Research Committee 46 – Migration and Citizenship, International Political Science Association (IPSA) and Team Europe in Poland

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Veranstaltungsort

Warschau, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Al. Niepodległości 128

Kontakt

Piotr Womela

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Projektkoordinator

Piotr.Womela@kas.de +48 22 845-9332 +48 22 848-5437

Bereitgestellt von

Auslandsbüro Polen