ARRISE/ ECSA Romania Jean Monnet Support for Associations Project
“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"
Between the 1st of September 2014 and the 31st of August 2017, ARRISE/ ECSA Romania is implementing the following Jean Monnet Support for Associations project: 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” (Project: 553595-EPP-1-2014-1-RO-EPPJMO-SUPPA), which is co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus program, the Jean Monnet Action.
The CDEUS Jean Monnet Support for Associations project involves several types of activities, which include the organization of several academic events regarding the integration of immigrants and mobile citizens within the EU, through and from a multidisciplinary perspective, which in our opinion is mandatory for the sustainable development of this study field. The project includes additional activities meant, on the one hand to assure a proper, efficient and fruitful conduct of the project and one the other hand, to enhance the visibility of the activities which means not only to widen the knowledge about this aria of study on a larger public, but also to boost the interest of young researchers on this field and to give them the opportunity to make their work known.
Therefore, through this project of support to the Association of International Relations and European Integration (ARRISE), we aim at achieving the following objectives:
To raise awareness towards the potential influence of integration of immigrants and mobile EU citizens’ policies could have on the process of European integration.
To enhance knowledge regarding the EU policies on the integration of immigrants and mobile citizens among researchers from different study fields, representatives of the civil society, public administration and policy makers.
To develop the EU study field of immigration and mobility.
To enhance the Association’s development in order for it to become a reference point in the EU studies field in Romania.
Through it we intend to have a positive impact among young researchers, academics, representatives of public administration, policy makers and representatives of civil society, and others.
*The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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