TAS – Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis – Migration Labs project will promote the first expert webinar “Migration Past and Present: Comparative Experiences and Historical Lessons”, on June 9th 2020 (15:00-16:45 CET).
In this webinar we will to look at past and current experiences of Serbia as a host and transit country for refugees and migrants. We will also be able to compare Serbian experiences with Sweden as one of the desired destination countries for refugees and migrants.
In addition, we will have a closer look at the case of the Jewish Refugees from Nazis, its outcomes and historical lessons.
Speakers and Presentations
- Brankica Jankovic, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Serbia | Transit Country and the Final Destination: Serbian Experiences
- Patrick Gruczkun, Gothenburg regional association of local authorities, Sweden | Sweden and the Migrants
- Susanne Heim, Political Scientist and Historian of National Socialism, the Holocaust and International Refugee Policy, Germany | Jewish Refugees from Nazism
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This webinar will take place via Zoom. For registration please CLICK HERE. Once registered, you will receive instructions on how to join this event in an email confirmation and a reminder before the event starts.
The aim of TAS – Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis – Migrant Labs project is to support principles of EU citizenship and to promote an improvement in civic and democratic participation at EU level, reaffirming values of solidarity, intercultural dialogue, mutual understanding and combatting existing stereotypes on migration and minorities.
Our activities are mostly directed at young adults, political decision makers and other stakeholders from partner countries. The tasks envisage to raise awareness of EU policy-making processes, in particular migration, and to boost opportunities for social and intercultural participation and volunteering.