AI-NURECC workshop: First EUSAIR Summer School – Migration issues in the Balkans

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In the framework of the AI-NURECC initiative, UniAdrion and Marche Polytechnic University are organising First Edition of the Summer School:

Migration issues in the Balkans

from Monday 17 September to Saturday 22 September 2018

Ancona, Italy

The school intends to provide an intensive training course for students, young researchers and officers who are interested in the current economic, socio-demographic and political situation of the Balkans. This year the main focus will be on migration-related issues. Lectures will cover topics such as the economic impact of international migration, migration flows in the Adriatic-Ionian region, reconciliation in the post-Yugoslav space, deliberation across deeply divided societies, European territorial cooperation.

The school is open to 30 students from all countries (priority will be given to the EUSAIR countries). Students are expected to attend the school full time.

The school is organised as part of the AI-NURECC initiative (https://cpmr.org/policy-work/cohesion/ai-nurecc/), which UniAdrion is a partner of, funded by the European Commission.

For further and updated information, for the full programme of the school and teaching material, please refer to the following web sites: www.uniadrion.net or www.univpm.it

 


The Adriatic Ionian Network of Universities, Regions, Chambers of Commerce and Cities Initiative (AI-NURECC) is an initiative coordinated by the CPMR with support of four partners of the Adriatic Ionian region:

  • Adriatic Ionian Euroregion (AIE)
  • Forum of Adriatic and Ionian Cities (FAIC)
  • Forum of the Adriatic and Ionian Chambers of Commerce (Forum AIC)
  • Network of AI Universities (UniAdrion)

The initiative aims to contribute to the achievement of the EUSAIR (European Union Strategy for the Adriatic Ionian region) Political objectives as well as to foster the sound implementation of its action Plan with the final goal of promoting a structured dialogue and stronger and more effective cooperation among key Adriatic-Ionian stakeholders.

The project runs 18 months starting on 1st March 2018 and is funded by the European Commission (DG REGIO).

 During its implementation the project will deliver the following initiatives:

  • AI-NURECC Youth Action
  • AI-NURECC Creative and Cultural Industries Action
  • AI-NURECC Task Force on Tourism and Cultural Heritage
  • AI-NURECC Skills Development and Training Action
  • AI-NURECC Observatory on Multilevel Governance

In order to ensure a broad dissemination of AI-NURECC results, the project will also design and implement a communication strategy under the AI-NURECC Communication Campaign.

AI-NURECC PowerPoint presentation