Jean Monnet workshop on irregular migration and external border security in Europe and beyond

This workshop was the second in a Jean Monnet  Network grant shared across four institutions in Canada, France, Japan and Turkey that examines how answers to the migration crisis are shaping Europe’s borders, migration and related security policies in exemplary manners and should be studied in comparative perspective and context.  Activities are aimed at engaging graduate students, young researchers and professors at each partner institution along with the policy makers in each community. This workshop focused on the external borders of Europe, and was organized by Dr. Can Mutlu (Acadia University, Canada; formerly Bilkent University, Turkey)

This workshop was held in Brussels on Novermber 14th, 2017. The first workshop was held in Strasbourg in May 2017, and was organized by Birte Wassenberg at the University of Strasbourg.  The third workshop will be organized by Dr. Ted Boyle at Kyushu University with Hokkaido University in April 2018. 

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

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