Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?
The webinar ‘Migration to Europe: Converging Crimes / Diverging Policies?’ will be held on December 3, 2020. This event will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the current state of European migration policies and issues. It builds upon the expertise of renowned participants from European and International institutions and the latest findings of Transcrime’s project Flows (funded by PMI Impact) on crime convergence. The webinar is particularly timely, given the constant evolution of migration flows toward Europe and the growing need for a balanced and sustainable policy reform.
Laura Ferrara, Member of the European Parliament (LIBE Committee)
Alberto Aziani, Senior Researcher, Transcrime – Università Cattolica
Maysa Ayoub, Associate Director of the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, American University in Cairo
Giovanni Cioffi, Policy Officer, European Commission (DG Migration and Home Affairs)
Fabrizio Sarrica, Research Expert, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Luigi Achilli, Marie Curie Fellow, European University Institute
Moderator: Ernesto Savona, Director, Transcrime – Università Cattolica
Click here to register: https://bit.ly/3p218E6
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