Colleagues from the Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration released a report on the living conditions of migrants detained in Italy (probably not far from what happens in other countries). An eye-opening document about the dark side of migration policies. I'd be glad to have your feedback.
Max here from Ponto. I’d like to cordially invite you all to our upcoming online event from our Migration group titled “The Future of the EU’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Perspectives from the EU and its member states”
It is taking place on Tuesday, October 5, from 18:30 – 19:45 CEST via Zoom.
We have assembled an all-star cast (to quote Mark Leonard) including Melanie Fink from Leiden University who will discuss shortcomings of the new pact related to Frontex plus three other equally interesting and engaging topics.
Please register for the event by following this link: https://form.jotform.com/211714842581354
You can find more information attached.
Looking forward to seeing many of you there!
Hello everyone! I hope you are feeling energized by a wonderful summer.
We will soon start recording our five visionaries stories and are still looking for a 50-60 year old female voice from East Africa to read Rose's story set in 2050`!
The recording will be done virtually and will take place at the end of September, beginning of October and last about 1 hour. A mini audition will take place next week. Small compensation is negotiable.
Please share it with your friends and family and feel free to contact me with any questions. Warmest regards, Wailea
Dear migration policy enthusiast,
warm greetings from the team of the Future of Human Mobility project! As we are advancing through the process of drafting the policy brief, we are excited to hear from you - your thoughts, perspectives, proposals!
We would therefore love to meet you again for an open call next week to (critically) bounce ideas and perspectives on specific areas of future migration governance:
the future of intercultural cohesion and inclusion,
new labor migration and legal pathways,
local level diplomacy for mobility
tackling rural urban mobilities
tackling climate change mitigation & internal migration
If you would like to join us again for a call or even for some written idea exchange, feel free to shoot me a message!
Excited to hear and read your thoughts,
Hello everyone! I hope the sun shines for you too, wherever you are in the world!
Very excited to give an update on the next steps and timeline for the envisioned podcast and policy brief.
It took a little longer than expected, but we now agreed on the next steps, the timetable and the setup of working groups. Would you like to participate in the post-workshop writing phase? Have a look at the overview of the consolidated timeline / next steps under the topic “Quo vadis? Envisioning human mobility for 2050 continuum” and get back to me, I am more than happy to link you with the respective person in the lead.
Please do not hesitate to get back with any other questions either
Born out of the participatory strategic foresight challenge Quo vadis? Envisioning human mobility for 2050 this Policy Kitchen group is a continuum for visionary debates around migration. Discover the various TOPICS. Choose to receive project updates or voice your interest in joining the expert team behind the project in refining the ideas for the envisioned policy brief or podcast, connect and bounce your ideas related to migration with other members of the community, or simply help us celebrate the diversity of mind-blowing flavours this planet has to offer by sharing your favourite recipes. Very much looking forward to #connect #collaborate #create – fruitful conversations, innovative ideas and inspiring resources for a better world of tomorrow!