The Intercultural and Anti-Racism Unit of the Human Rights Directorate (Ministry for Justice, Equality and Governance), in collaboration with African Media Association Malta, is hosting the Turning the Tables conference on documentation.
The event will take place on 24 September 2021, at the AX Seashells Resort in Qawra, Malta.
The Turning the Tables (TTT) initiative aims to give migrant communities a voice in policymaking and legislative change. Within the framework of this initiative, the government will give the migrant diasporas and communities an opportunity to take the lead in relevant dialogue.
Among other issues, the conference will focus on the following topics:
- Work & residence permit processing for third country nationals, irregular migrants and refugees;
- Long-term residence permit processing for third country nationals, irregular migrants and refugees;
- Citizenship document processing for third country nationals and refugees.
Those interested must register here by 20 September. Registrations can be also made by sending a message to (+356)99069663, stating full name, email, phone number, and any food allergies. Queries can be emailed to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All necessary COVID-19 safety measures will be in place at the venue.
Solidarity is at the heart of the cooperation between the 27 Member States of the European Union. The values of rule of law, human rights, solidarity and justice are not abstract and distant; they are a binding part of EU legislation and the national legislation of EU Member States. Today, though, we are seeing a lack of mutual solidarity and ruthless political exploitation when it comes to asylum and migration in Central Europe.
As a result of this, the Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU) in Prague is organising an international conference to identify the ways in which Central European states (and others) can contribute to more just and solidary responses by the European Union towards people seeking protection across Europe.
The 6th meeting of the European Migration Forum will take place online on 27-28 October 2021, having been previously cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The topic of this year's edition is From pandemic to recovery: challenges and best practices in migration management.
The forum is a platform for dialogue between civil society and the European institutions on issues relating to migration, asylum and the integration of third-country nationals (TCNs), and is run by the European Commission (EC) and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).
This edition of the forum will focus on the indispensable role and value of migrants working in sectors that have been instrumental in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, and whose contribution to smooth economic recovery will be essential. Specific focuses will include the ways in which the pandemic has impacted migrants' lives and rights; how to close the digital divide and digital disadvantage of migrants; good practices and initiatives fostering access to education for migrant children; safe legal pathways for those in need of international protection and how to maximise their integration in hosting societies.
Expressions of interest in participation in the event can be submitted until 3 September 2021. Find further information on this here.
Next year's International Conference on Education and Migration (E&M 2022), organised by the Centre for Intercultural Studies (CEI), Porto Accounting and Business School (ISCAP) and the Polytechnic of Porto (P.PORTO), will take place on 10 March. The aim of the conference is to provide space for discussion of and exchange of ideas around the connection between education, migration and sustainable development.
The full programme of activities will be published here soon. In advance of the event, its coordinators are calling for proposals for papers focusing on the below thematic areas:
- Context of migration;
- Internationalisation of education and the cultural impact of migration;
- Linguistic issues related to migration.
Proposals and papers can be written in Portuguese, English, French or Spanish, and must be submitted by 30 September 2021. A selection of the final papers will also be considered for a peer-reviewed international publication with ISBN.
Proposals can be sent via email to email@example.com. Further information can be found here.
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