Third session of the Florence School on Euro-Mediterranean Migration and Development

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Lecturers and courses

  • Joaquin Arango (Complutense, Madrid)
    Theories of International Migration
  • Ibrahim Awad (ILO, Geneva)
    Labour Migration Policies in the Arab Mediterranean Countries
  • Valentina Bettin (University of Florence)
    International Organisations and Migration
  • Peter Bosch (European Commission, Brussels)
    Migration and Development
  • Jean-Pierre Cassarino (European University Institute, Florence)
    A Bottom-up Approach to Return Migration: The MIREM Survey
  • Michael Collyer (University of Sussex and University of Colombo)
    Diasporas and Communities of Origin
  • Giovanni Andrea Cornia (University of Florence)
    Migration and Income Distribution
  • Philippe De Bruycker (Université libre de Bruxelles)
    The External Dimension of the Immigration Policy of the European Union
  • Jaap Dronkers (European University Institute, Florence)
    The Effects of Social and Labour Market Policies of the EU-Countries on the Socio-economic Integration of First and Second Generation Immigrants from Different Countries of Origin
  • Philippe Fargues (European University Institute, Florence and
    American University of Cairo)
    Introduction to Migration in the Middle East and North Africa
  • Ahmet Içduygu (Koç University, Istanbul)
    Debating International Migration in Europe: The Turkish Case
  • Letizia Mencarini (University of Florence)
    Migration and Demography
  • Heba Nassar (Cairo University)
    Arab Employment, Demographic Aspects and Migration
  • Ettore Recchi (University of Florence)
    Ethnic Prejudice in Europe
  • Alessandra Venturini (University of Turin and European University
    Institute, Florence)
    Economic Effects of Migration on Sending and Receiving Countries