“Crossing the Mediterranean by Boat: Mapping and Documenting Migratory Journeys and Experiences” is a research project that assesses the impact of policy on those that it affects most directly: refugees and migrants themselves. This event will present initial findings from the second phase of the project, which is based on 120 in-depth qualitative interviews carried out during May-June 2016 in Athens, Berlin, Istanbul and Rome. Critical insights will be provided by project researchers on the journeys and experiences of people moving via the Central and Eastern routes, including those affected by the EU-Turkey Deal and by border security operations off the Libyan coast.
The workshop will be held in English on November 11th 2016, from 9.30 am to 12.30pm, at the Electra Palace Hotel (18 Nikodimou Street, Athens).
You are kindly requested to confirm your participation to Ms Nina Papaioannou (Tel. 2107257111, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 7th 2016.
Session I: “Retracing the migrant journey”
9.30-9.45 Welcome and project presentation
Dr. Vicki Squire, Reader in International Security, University of Warwick &
Nina Perkowski, Researcher University of Warwick
9.45-10.00 Asylum seekers and migrants in Turkey
Dr. Maria Pisani, Lecturer, University of Malta
10.00-10.15 Stranded in Greece
Dr. Angeliki Dimitriadi, Research Fellow, ELIAMEP
10.15-10.30 Destination Germany
Assoc. Prof. Dallal Stevens, Associate Professor of Law, University of Warwick
10.30-10.45 The other Mediterranean crisis: Italy
Prof. Nick Vaughan-Williams, Professor of International Security, University of Warwick
10.45-11.00 Commentary on presentations
Angelos Athanasopoulos, Journalist TOVIMAgr
11.00-11.20 Coffee break
11.20-12.30 Q&A and Roundtable discussion
Moderated by Angelos Athanasopoulos, Journalist TOVIMAgr