Cancelled! GLOBUS student day on migration and justice
This event has been cancelled to prevent spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). University of Bologna will host a student debate on migration and justice is Forlí on 25 March 2020.
The GLOBUS Migration & Justice Debate will take place at the University of Bologna, Forlì Campus. It will be an afternoon in which the participants will discuss (in plenary and in subgroups) questions and visions related to global justice in the field of migration, together with GLOBUS team members from the University of Bologna.
Three students among the participants to the debate will be selected to take part to the GLOBUS Youth Conference with students from the other GLOBUS Universities (Oslo, Tubingen, Dublin and Johannesburg), on May 12-13, in Forlì. They will also participate in the final GLOBUS conference (University Centre in Bertinoro the 13 – 15 of May), where they will have the opportunity to engage with the researchers involved in the GLOBUS project, with expertise in security, climate change, trade and development, and migration.
Who can participate?
The selection for the GLOBUS Migration and Justice Debate is open to students from the second cycle degrees of the Forlì Campus: LM SID, MIREES, IPM, Criminology for Investigation and Security and Mass Media and Politics.
The demand for the participation to the GLOBUS Migration & Justice Debate must include:
- 1 file with first cycle degree final grade, list of exams with grades, and self-declaration of proficiency in English (written and spoken)
- 1 file with a CV that specifies other relevant experiences (1 page max)
- 1 file with a letter of motivation (max 500 words) which explains why you think to be suitable for the GLOBUS Migration and Justice Debate
Selection will be based on the students’university proficiency, their CV, and their letter of motivations.
How to apply?
Applications must be sent to the address email@example.com not later than 5 February 2020, at 12:00 with the subject: Application Migration & Justice Debate.
GLOBUS student days
This event is a part of the GLOBUS student days, a series of events that will take place at five of the GLOBUS partner universities throughout 2019 and 2020. The events will bring up questions about the EU's global role in the fields migration, climate change, trade and development, cooperation and conflict, and gender issues.
Upcoming events as well as event summaries will be posted on the event website in due time.