- CALL FOR APPLICATIONS -
Migration Policy in a European Context: 14 April - 27 May 2016
Global Policy Academy, CEU School of Public Policy
High-level migration policy experts and practitioners will focus on issues raised by contemporary migratory dynamics, steering and integration capacities by the nation-state; the changing architecture of global migration governance as well as regional, local and municipal responsibilities. Special attention will be paid to the interplay between international/regional arrangements and domestic policy processes, as well as to the different and complementary roles of government branches.
Supported by OSF's International Migration Initiative (IMI), the course will be open to CEU and SPP students as well as to migration professionals based in Budapest, Vienna, Belgrade and Bratislava; from Hungarian, Austrian, Serbian and Slovak governments (Ministries of Interior and of Labor, asylum agencies), international organizations and NGOs with a migration portfolio.
The course is structured as 3 two-day block sessions (a total of 6 days, with sessions of 2x100 minutes per day). Included in the course are two field trips, one to ICMPD and the EU Fundamental Rights Agency in Vienna, and another one to a reception center in Hungary.
Please find detailed description of the course and the link to the application form on our course website at http://spp.ceu.edu/migration-policy-european-context-2016 .
The application deadline is 22 March 2016.
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