Date(s) - 12/04/17
7:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Student Services Centre, Karl Dittrich Hall
Lecture held by Natasja Reslow, PhD.
In this lecture we uncover the politics of EU migration policy, in the context of the ongoing ‘migration crisis’. In particular, we examine cooperation between the EU and non-EU countries on migration issues – why does the EU (and its member states) favour such cooperation, and why do non-EU countries agree to help the EU patrol its borders? We also discuss the consequences and normative implications of such cooperation in light of the EU’s values and ideals, as well as concern for migrants’ rights.
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