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Registration Closed: From ‘low-skilled’ migrants to ‘key workers’: Rethinking migrants’ skills and labour immigration policies

Dates:
  • Wed 08 Apr 2020 15.00 - 16.00
  Add to Calendar 2020-04-08 15:00 2020-04-08 16:00 Europe/Paris Registration Closed: From ‘low-skilled’ migrants to ‘key workers’: Rethinking migrants’ skills and labour immigration policies

The new MPC Webinar Series will be a forum for debate and discussion about migration and mobility that also pays close attention to the implications of the Covid-19 outbreak, while also seeking to think beyond the crisis.

Join us for our first session focusing on how to rethink migrant skills and labour immigration policies after the start of this new health emergency.

Speakers

  • Professor Bridget Anderson, University of Bristol
  • Professor Martin Ruhs, RSCAS, EUI
  • Dr Friedrich Poeschel, RSCAS, EUI

Chair: Professor Andrew Geddes, RSCAS, EUI 

For more information, visit the event page here

Please note, a link to the Webinar will be provided following registration.

Registrations are closed, with 200 + registrations, the webinar is full. Could not register in time? The MPC will do more in the upcoming weeks, stay updated! Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Twitter and Facebook!

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  Outside EUI premises -

The new MPC Webinar Series will be a forum for debate and discussion about migration and mobility that also pays close attention to the implications of the Covid-19 outbreak, while also seeking to think beyond the crisis.

Join us for our first session focusing on how to rethink migrant skills and labour immigration policies after the start of this new health emergency.

Speakers

  • Professor Bridget Anderson, University of Bristol
  • Professor Martin Ruhs, RSCAS, EUI
  • Dr Friedrich Poeschel, RSCAS, EUI

Chair: Professor Andrew Geddes, RSCAS, EUI 

For more information, visit the event page here

Please note, a link to the Webinar will be provided following registration.

Registrations are closed, with 200 + registrations, the webinar is full. Could not register in time? The MPC will do more in the upcoming weeks, stay updated! Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Twitter and Facebook!


Location:
Outside EUI premises -

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Webinar

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