European Governance, Μigration and Citizenship - GovArt2019

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES - Department of Sociology
8 Jul 2019 to 18 Jul 2019

European Governance, migration and citizenship

Type of event: Summer School
Working language: English and French
Dates: 8 July to 18 July 2019

Place: Mytilene, Lesbos Island, Greece

The Summer School program this year will seek to link the European Union as an international player with European Governance and its stakeholders (institutions, Member States, non-state actors, actors in the broad public sphere) Migration) and the formation of direct political institutions between the citizen and the EU.
Europe has always been a major global player on a range of issues of general interest. This position gives the EU the right to participate in the international governance debate with a significant contribution: support for the establishment of governance, which is appropriate for every society in the world and responds to the challenges of the 21st century, can renew the European Development Cooperation Policy and provide a privileged area for coordinating the actions of the Community's partners.