Luna Vives
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Jun 19, 2022 - Jun 26, 2022
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 36 hours 
Rectorado University of Malaga
100 €
Faculty of Law (Universidad de Málaga)
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Migration governance in the European Union

International migration is a central issue in public debate and policy-making processes in present-day Europe. This course will focus specifically on the structures, systems and practices that the European Union and its Member States have adopted in recent decades to manage human mobility (especially human mobility from the Global South).

This summer school has a multidisciplinary approach, bringing together university researchers, practitioners and members of non-governmental organisations. By means of conferences, round tables and visits, participants will analyse the geopolitical and institutional context that defines migration governance in the EU, migration legislation and policies, the growing importance of the border (seen as both a place and a set of administrative practices), the externalisation of migration policies, and the situation of groups at risk of violence and exploitation, such as asylum seekers, refugees and children.

The summer school will take place in Malaga (Spain) and will be given in English.

Format: Face-to-face
Date: 19 – 26 June, 2022
Enrolment: 18 March – 2 June, 2022
Place: The Rectorate of the University of Malaga
Ordinary enrolment: €100

Registration regulations

The duration of the course is 36 teaching hours and is worth 1.4 ECTS credits for undergraduate degrees awarded by the University of Malaga and approved in accordance with Royal Decree 1393/2007.

Students who pass the course, and who attend at least 80% of the course hours, will be awarded a University of Malaga diploma with a recognition of credits, and a diploma from the FGUMA and the Centre for International Studies and Research of the University of Montreal.

Organizers

Luna Vives (Professor, Department of Geography, University of Montreal)
Laurie Beaudonnet (Professor, Department of Political Science, Université de Montréal)

Coordinator in Spain

Magdalena Martín Martínez (Professor of Public International Law and International Relations at the University of Malaga)

Enrollment rules

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PROGRAM

Sunday 19/6

Arrival & accommodation

Monday 20/6

Geopolitical Context and Institutional Settings

9:00-10:00
Introduction to the course

10:00-10:30
Break

10:30-12:00
Migration governance in the EU
Luna Vives and Laurie Beaudonnet (Université de Montréal)

12:00-12:30
Break

12:30-14:00
Opening talk (Title TBC)
Prof. François Crépeau (Hand & Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law, McGill University)

14:00-17:00
Lunch break

17:00-19:00
Think-pair-share (activity)

20:00
Opening cocktail  

Tuesday 21/6:
Migration law and policy in the EU

9:00-11:00
Migration law and policy in the EU: an overview
Luna Vives (Université de Montréal)

11:00-11:30
Break

11:30-13:00
Prof. Noemí Alarcón Velasco, Vice-president of the Migration
Committee of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe

13:00-13:30
Break

13:30-14:30
Paper topics

14:30-17:00
Lunch break

17:00-19:00
Site visit: CEAR (TBC)

Wednesday 22/6

The Border at Sea

9:00-11:00
SAR and migration control in the EU
Luna Vives (Université de Montréal)

11:00-11:30
Break

11:30-13:00
Round table: SAR across the southern border
Arnaud Banos (CNRS – Université Le Havre Normandie)
Camille Martel (CNRS – Université Le Havre Normandie)
Luna Vives (Université de Montréal)

13:00-13:30
Break

13:30-14:30
Research approaches and methods (1)

14:30-17:00
Lunch break

17:00-19:00
Site visit: port and meeting with Spanish Maritime Rescue Service

Thursday 23/6

Collaboration with countries of origin and transit

9:00-11:00
Externalization as a critical instrument of migration governance
Luna Vives (Université de Montréal)

11:00-11:30
Break

11:30-13:00
Round table: Externalization practices in the EU.
Arnaud Banos (CNRS -Université Le Havre Normandie)
Ozgun Topak (York University)
Laura (Alarm Phone)
Luna Vives (Université de Montréal)

13:00-13:30
Break

13:30-14:30
Research approaches and methods (2)

14:30-17:00
Lunch break

17:00-19:00
Movie + discussion

Friday 24/6

(Un)protected groups at the border

9:00-11:00
The pitfalls and uses of legal migration categories

Luna Vives (Université de Montréal)

11:00-11:30
Break

11:30-13:00
Refugees in Spain and France (Title TBC)
Prof. Carolina Jiménez Sánchez (Universidad de Málaga).
Jacqueline Carvalho (Universidad de Málaga)

13:00-13:30
Break

13:30-14:30
Individual papers (activity)

14:30-17:00
Lunch break

17:00-19:00
Site visit: Asociación Pro-Derechos Humanos de Andalucía (APDHA)

Saturday 25/6

Life after the border

9:00-11:00
Title TBC
Camille Schmoll (Université de Paris)

11:00-11:30
Break

11:30-13:00
Student presentations

13:00-13:30
Break

13:30-14:30
Student presentations

14:30-17:00
Lunch break

17:00-18:30
Concluding Remarks: Luna Vives and Laurie Beaudonnet

20:00
Closing cocktail

Sunday 26/6

Individual departures
Contact

Phone: +34 951 953 073
Email: jornadas@fguma.es