Lectures and presentations
Elly Schlein, Member of the European Parliament, will give a lecture in Bologna on 4 December on solidarity as a key element in European migration governance.
Sonia Lucarelli will present the GLOBUS project in an event at the University of Bologna on 17 November.
Michela Ceccorulli will give a lecture on the future of migration policies in the EU at the University of Turin.
As part of the lecture series Justice on the Move: reflections on migration management in Europe, Francesco Aureli gave a lecture at the University of Bologna.
As part of the lecture series Justice on the Move: reflections on migration management in Europe, prof. Azadeh Dastyari (Monash University) gave a lecture at the University of Bologna.
GLOBUS researchers participated in the Researchers' Night in Forlì on 29 September.
Thomas Diez gave the opening lecture of an international seminar on the European Neighbourhood Policy, asking whether the EU is still a normative power.
Alexa Zellentin presented a paper on climate justice as part of a workshop at the University of Warwick.
GLOBUS work package coordinators Sonia Lucarelli and Ben Tonra presented GLOBUS research at the first plenary session of the UACES 47th Annual Conference in Krakow.
GLOBUS researcher Cinzia Bevitori presented a paper at the ICAME38 conference Corpus et Orbis: Interpreting the World through Corpora in Prague.
Dr. Matteo Tondini held a seminar on the EUNAVFOR Med (Sophia) operation in Bologna on 23 May 2017.
Prof. Pierluigi Musarò held a seminar on the moral geography of the world in Bologna on 17 May 2017.
Prof. Ferruccio Pastore held a seminar entitled "Beyond the European Migration and Asylum Crisis. Why, what now, what next?" in Bologna on 3 May.
Prof. Ayhan Kaya held a seminar on the Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey at the University of Bologna on 7 April.
GLOBUS participation Michela Ceccorulli from the GLOBUS partner University of Bologna gave a lecture on 'The Challenges of Migration' at the University of Florence.
GLOBUS researcher Kjartan Koch Mikalsen from the GLOBUS partner ARENA University of Oslo gave a presentation on 'The irrelevance of history: a pure functionalist account of territorial rights'.
GLOBUS participant Agustín José Menéndez from the University of Oslo gave a presentation at the University of Bologna.
GLOBUS participant Marco Borraccetti from the GLOBUS partner University of Bologna gave a presentation on 'Trafficking in Human Beings and New Ideas for a Fair Legal Framework'.
GLOBUS participant Michela Ceccorulli from the GLOBUS partner University of Bologna gave a presentation on 'The "refugee" crisis and the securitisation of Schengen: which kind of migration strategy for the EU?'.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes from ARENA spoke to bachelor students at the University of Oslo on EU development policy as well as possible consequences of Brexit for the global south.