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Summer School Course 2018

Citizenship and Migration: Europe’s 21st century challenges

6-10 August 2018

In this summer course we unravel the interconnected fields of EU citizenship and EU migration law, and focus on understanding the differences that exist between EU citizens and migrants in relation to topics such as the possibility to physically enter or leave the EU, the right to work or seek education, the right to family reunification or the right to be treated equally. While these issues are intrinsic to western understandings of what it means to be a citizen of a nation state, the EU dimension brings new challenges to the constitutional arrangements that legally define the relationship between people and administration within a given territory. After taking this course, you will be able to better understand the legal and political issues at stake in discussions concerning, for example, the attempts of Syrian refugees to reach and enter 'fortress' Europe, the role of borders in shaping practices of migration or discussions about the fundamental character of free movement of persons and attempts to redefine its meaning and implications. The course is open to enthusiastic students keen to learn more about citizenship and migration in Europe.

The programme of the 2018 edition of the ‘Citizenship and Migration’ summer course is here (pdf, 1,7 MB) available.

Programma
Day 1 6 August 2018
09:30 Opening
11:00 Introduction to the course (Sandra Mantu)
12:00 Lunch break
13:30 Citizenship in the European Union (Elspeth Guild)
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Migration (policy) in the EU (Sandra Mantu)
17:00 Closing
Day 2 7 August 2018
09:00 Citizen or migrant? Introducing the border (Elspeth Guild)
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 The Mediterranean Migration “Crisis’: Spaces of Transit and Refugee Journeys (Leonie Ansems de Vries)
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Externalisation put into Practice: The Case of EU-Morocco Cooperation on Migration Control (Amélie Poméon)
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 EU citizenship and free movement (Sandra Mantu)
17:00 Closing
Day 3 8 August 2018
09:00 Migrants and work (Bjarney Friðriksdóttir)
10:30 Coffe break
11:00 Citizens, migrants and equality (Paul Minderhoud)
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Reading session
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Organising one’s social security transnationally (Anita Böcker)
17:00 Closing
Day 4 9 August 2018
09:00 Children and family migration (Ellen Nissen)
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 The challenges of family reunification: the example of Filipino transnational families (Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot)
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Migration theories (Sandra Mantu)
15:00 Closing
Day 5 10 August 2018
09:00 Churches and Migration (Dario Dzananovic)
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Drawing limits: expulsion and citizenship deprivation as citizenship practices (Sandra Mantu)
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Group presentations
15:30 Coffee break

For more information about registration and the summer school & course, please visit the website of the Radboud Summer School