Who can apply?
- Practitioners, Central Administration representatives
- members of the Academia, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, MA students
29th and 30th of May 2017
The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
8th Floor, Room 804
30A Expoziţiei Boulevard, Bucharest, Romania
This workshop aims to enhance the knowledge level concerning integration of immigrants and mobile citizens within the European Union. Through this event we want to emphasize the need of a new, more in depth and efficient approach of the Romanian policy makers towards the integration of immigrants in terms of social services and anti-discrimination programs and also on the importance of informing people about their rights and responsibilities as mobile EU citizens.
In this way, the workshop will contribute in a practical manner to the current debates in this regard and will enhance the collaboration between academia, public institutions and civil society representatives, in order to develop a common view upon the real needs of immigrants and mobile citizens. As a result, we aim to develop a set of recommendations for all parties involved in the processes of elaboration and implementation of public policies for immigrants and mobile citizens, at national and European levels.
The papers that will to be presented are going to enter the peer review process and can be published in RoJIRES (Romanian Journal of International Relations and European Studies). See more about the publication at: http://www.rise.org.ro/revista-romana-de-relatii-internationale-si-studii-europene-rojires/.
- Rights and responsibilities of immigrants and mobile citizens
- Integration and assimilation – current theoretical approaches
- Policies for immigrants and mobile citizens within the EU framework – Lessons learned and recommendations
- Resident countries, origin countries and EU Institutions – specific responsibilities
- The impact of Brexit
- The refugee crisis: future scenarios
- Security vulnerabilities
- Migration, employment and labor market
The abstracts should include up to 250 words and should be sent to Ms. Mihaela Aioanei no later than the 30th of April 2017, at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sent abstracts will be double blind peer reviewed. The authors of the approved papers will be informed by e-mail and invited to submit their full presentation proposals in due time.
For updates regarding the event and the project, please follow us on our website and on our Facebook page:
For sharing the Call for participation: PDF version.
*This event is organized within the Jean Monnet Support for Associations „Contributing to the development of the EU immigration and mobility field of study from a multi-disciplinary approach. Support for the Romanian Association of International Relations and European Studies / CDEUS” (Proiect: 553595-EPP-1-2014-1-RO-EPPJMO-SUPPA), co-funded by the European Commission through Erasmus Plus, action Jean Monnet.
This post is also available in: Engleză