GLOBUS at SGRI Conference
GLOBUS researchers participated in the Conference of the Italian Standing Group of International Relations (SGRI) in Bologna on 12-13 October.
Enrico Fassi presenting during the SGRI conference (Photo: Michela Ceccorulli)
Organizer: Trento International Politics Laboratory and Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Bologna.
The 2018 SGRI conference was titled 'The brave new world of IR? Technological changes, geopolitical shifts and challenges to mainstream approaches' and took place in Bologna at 12-13 October 2018. GLOBUS researchers both chaired and participated in panels.
Panel 4: EU, migration and justice, evaluating migration governance in the European space
12 October, 10:30-12:30
Michela Cecorulli (University of Bologna), 'Understanding EU's approach to Libya for the governance of migration and asylum: Frameworks for cooperation, relevant actors and challenges ahead'
Enrico Fassi (Catholic University Milan), 'Migrant smuggling into the EU: Perspectives of justice'
Antonio Zotti (University of Bologna and Catholic University Milan), 'Migration narratives in the UK media discourse: inwardness and global aspirations'
Giorgio Grappi (University of Bologna), 'French migration policies between logistification and minimalism: what about justice?
Panel 1: The evolution of Italian foreign and defence policy in the "enlarged Mediterranean": Patterns and comparative perspectives
12 October, 14:00-15:45
Michela Ceccorulli (University of Bologna), 'Migration and terrorism: the analysis of drivers, debates, and goals behind the Italian military engagement in Niger and Libya' (with Fabrizio Coticchia)
Roundtable: Beyond CSDP: Reframing European defence studies
13 October, 11:30-13:00
Speaker: Sonia Lucarelli (University of Bologna)