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International conference on migration in Cluj-Napoca
10.05.2018   /   11.05.2018

The League for the Defense of Human Rights (LADO) Cluj organizes the International Conference in the framework of the project RCMR - Romanian Centre for Migration Research, which will take place in Cluj-Napoca between the 10th and 11th of May 2018.

The conference brings together the representatives of the project partners - the Romanian Center for Comparative Migration Studies Cluj-Napoca and the Intercultural Institute Timisoara, experts and researchers in the field of integration and migration, who will analyze the main results of the project (the Migrant Integration Index and the online platform), as well as European experiences related to migrant integration. Representatives of national public institutions, members of migrant communities, mass-media representatives and other NGOs are also invited to take part in the conference.

Public hearing on Social Economy enterprises and migrants

In the framework of the ongoing own-initiative opinion "Social Economy Enterprises as a driver for migrant integration", the European Economic and Social Committee is organising the public hearing "How do Social Economy Enterprises contribute to the integration of migrants?".

The event will take place on 2nd February 2018 at the European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels.

The main objective of the hearing will be to debate on the role Social Economy Enterprises can play in migrants' integration.

Source: www.eesc.europa.eu.

Urban policies for inclusive integration and diversity advantage
28.11.2017   /   29.11.2017

The Intercultural Cities programme is preparing a milestone event in Lisbon, in November 2017, involving Intercultural cities Mayors, other elected representatives & officials, European, regional, & national officials in the field of inclusion/integration, representatives of NGOs, academia, foundations, think tanks, intercultural centres and other stakeholders active in the intercultural integration field.

More details here.

Source: www.coe.int.

Conflict Sensitivity and Trauma Response: Refugees & Migrants

"Conflict Sensitivity and Trauma Response when working with Refugees and Migrants" is a half day training and workshop for young professionals, those working with refugees and migrants, and students of international relations or related topics.

Led by Claire Payne and Dana Blackburn, who have experience working with refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and across the African continent, this training will encompass both practical and theoretical knowledge vital for working with refugees in a conflict and culturally sensitive manner.

The event is organised in Cluj-Napoca on November 25th 2017 by the International Peace and Development Training Centre (IPDTC) and Peace Action Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR)

You can find more details on the Facebook event page, here.

Course on migration for public servants in Timisoara
14.11.2017   /   15.11.2017

The League for the Defence of Human Rights (LADO) - Cluj, in partnership with the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca and the Intercultural Institute Timisoara, organizes a training course for public institution employees regarding the collection of migrant-related data.

The course will take place in Timisoara between the 14th and 15th of November and is part of the project "RCMR - Romanian Centre for Migration Research", coordinated by LADO Cluj and co-financed through the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund, managed by the General Immigration Inspectorate.

Summer School - Young refugees as actors for social inclusion and intercultural dialogue
27.08.2017   /   03.09.2017

The Youth Department of the Council of Europe, in cooperation with the Global Platform for Syrian Students, is organising a Summer School on Young refugees as actors for social inclusion and intercultural dialogue, in Braga, Portugal, from 27 August to 3 September 2017.

This activity aims to develop the capacities of young refugees as actors and agents of change in their communities. It is based on the principles of empowerment and participation of young refugees and it aims at reinforcing resilience and leadership skills.

The  call for participants - young refugees and youth workers - is open and can be consulted here. The deadline for applications is set for 22 June 2017.

Conference on Human Rights Education at Timisoara
26.06.2017   /   27.06.2017

The Intercultural Institute Timisoara is launching the call for participation in the international conference "Human Rights Start with Breakfast", which will take place on the 26th and 27th of June at Casa Tineretului, 19 Aries Street, Timisoara.

The event is addressed to teachers, youth workers, youth leaders, trainers, active students and other stakeholders interested in the field of human rights education.

The conference is organized in the framework of the international project "Human Rights Start with Breakfast! Empower Youth through Human Rights Education".

More details can be found here and if you want to register, please fill in the form here.

Performance on migration in Bucharest
18.06.2017 - 17:00   /   18.06.2017 - 22:00

The performance entitled "Identical vs. Identity" was played for the first time in Timisoara on the 13th of May. The show is an artistic conception of forum theatre, music, painting, film and installation, realized by 15 young refugees from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan and 15 young non-refugees from Romania, the Republic of Moldova, Germany and Palestine, settled in the city on the Bega river.

For 4 months, between January and April 2017, young people between 13 and 26 met every week and created and staged the performance on refuge, migration, stereotypes.

On Sunday, 18th of June 2017, on the occasion of World Refugee Day, at the invitation of UNHCR Romania, the young artists will be in Bucharest, where a new representation of the show will take place between 05:00 pm and 10:00 pm, at J'ai Bistrot (55 Grivitei Road).

Entrance is free, but you'll need to make a reservation. You can register here.

Source: Facebook.

Video installation in Timisoara: Julian Rosefeldt \"Asylum\"
07.06.2017   /   04.07.2017

This cultural project realised by the visual artist Julian Rosefeldt presents nine 16mm films depicting groups of people engaged in activities which might remind the viewers of the Myth of Sisyphus.

The exhibition is open between 7th June and 4th July 2017, Tuesdays to Sundays, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Timco Halls (8-12, Circumvalatiunii Street, Timisoara).

Source: www.ccgtm.ro.

Multiculturality Festival in Bucharest
19.05.2017   /   21.05.2017

Between 19 and 21 of May, Titan Park in Bucharest will host Multiculturality Festival organized by Lumina Foundation in partnership with the Sector 3 City Hall, Sector 3 Arts House and Tuna Foundation.

Public Hearing in Brussels: Civil society support for refugees and migrants in Europe

On May 17th, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is organising in Brussels a conference on "Civil society support for refugees and migrants: decriminalising solidarity and providing humanitarian admission".

The event will focus on the response of European civil society to the insecure situation of migrants and refugees trying to reach Europe. The focus will be on two issues: preventing the criminalisation of humanitarian assistance and introducing humanitarian admission programmes.

You can find more details about the Agenda and Registration on the European Economic and Social Committee website.

Timisoara Refugee Art Festival (TRAF0)
11.05.2017   /   13.05.2017

Between 11 and 13 of May, Ambasada and Basca - spaces for solidarity and action - host Timisoara Refugee Art Festival, a festival dedicated to mutual understanding and solidarity.

The topic we explore this year is IDENTICAL vs IDENTITY: the difference between being considered identical with someone else and identical with oneself, between being an object, part of a group that can be targeted by stereotypes and discrimination or subject, individual, person with a unique identity.

TRAF0 means debate, projections of short films for children, adolescents and adults, installation, film, theatre and music.

The debate will take place on 11th of May at the West University of Timisoara and details can be found here.

The film section includes international short movies on migration and will take place on the 13th of May between 11:00 am and 03:00 pm at Ambasada, 2 Anton Seiller Street.

The IDENTICAL performance (installation, immersive theatre and forum theatre, painting, film and music) is the fruit of the work carried out by 30 young people from Romania, the Republic of Moldova, Germany, Russia, Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan.
Entrance to the festival is free of charge but the number of places is limited. For the IDENTICAL performance (starting with 5 o'clock pm), in order to be able to ensure the comfort and security of all our guests, it is necessary that you register here.

The festival is organized in the framework of the project "Nouvelle approche pour renforcer l'Integration Culturelle des jeunes Refugies". More details can be found on the festival page here or here.

Conference on migration in Timisoara

The conference entitled "Together with refugees", which will take place in Timisoara on the 11th of May, will bring together specialists to discuss about the context of recent migrations in Europe, the status of refugee and intervention mechanisms for integration.

The event is part of Timisoara Refugee Art Fest, a festival dedicated to refugee integration and produced in the framework of the project "Nouvelle approche pour renforcer l'Integration Culturelle des jeunes Refugies".

The conference will take place at the West University of Timisoara, amphitheater A01 starting with 6 o'clock pm and will be moderated by Calin Rus, director of the Intercultural Institute Timisoara. Free entrance.

Gabriela Leu, UNHCR
A representative of the General Immigration Inspectorate Timis
Moussa Yeboua Quattara, refugee
Lucian Vesalon, West University Timisoara
DragoČ™ Sasu, journalist
FLavius Ilioni-Loga, AIDRom.

MiTSoPro Conference: What Future for Immigrant Social Protection in Europe?

In a context of ongoing debates on the creation of a "social pillar" to relaunch the European integration project, the Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies of the University of Liège (CEDEM-ULg) is carrying  out a research project focusing on social protection policies available for migrants across 40 countries.

On the 25 April 2017, policy makers and researchers working on this topic will gather in Brussels in a conference aiming to discuss the future of social protection policies in a post-Brexit Europe.

You can find more details about the conference here.

Conference on human trafficking in Bucharest

The European Centre for Legal Education and Research and Friedrich Ebert Foundation Romania, together with the Netherlands Embassy, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Embassy of Sweden and the Embassy of Great Britain in Bucharest, invite you to the third edition of the event "Together against Human Trafficking: Challenges and Good Practices", with the debate topic "Human trafficking and exploitation in the context of the refugee crisis".

The conference will take place at InterContinental Hotel in Bucharest, on Friday, November 18th, 2016 and participants must enroll by clicking on this link until November 15th.

Free online course on rights of refugees

Amnesty International's Massive Open Online Course with the theme Human Rights: The Rights of Refugees starts on 16th November 2016. You can enroll in this course to gain the knowledge and skills to take action to defend and promote the rights of refugees.

To register follow this link.

Consultation on the topic of the 3rd European Migration Forum

In order to start the preparations of the 3rd meeting of the European Migration Forum (March 2017), a consultation with civil society will take place on the occasion of the next meeting of the EESC Immigration and Integration Group (IMI) on 7 October at 10 a.m.

In particular, the consultation will aim at collecting input from civil society on the possible topic for discussion. To help the discussion, a short paper has been prepared by the Commission with 3 topic proposals which reflect political interest as well as preliminary feedback received by the Bureau members. The outcomes of the discussion will then be further elaborated by the Bureau during their meeting in the afternoon of the same day, for a final proposal to be made.

When: Friday, the 7th of October 2016, 10.00 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: EESC building (Rue Belliard 99, Brussels), room JDE62, 6th floor
How: For those unable to attend the event in person, web streaming will be available here, with a possibility to contribute to the debate via email (to eu-migration-forum@eesc.europa.eu) or twitter (@eurmigrforum).

Unfortunately, the EESC cannot pay the travel of the participants.

Please register here by Wednesday 5 October - only if you plan to attend the consultation event in person.

Migrant Wall

On June 20, 2016, which marks the World Refugee Day, a young woman from Timisoara launches the "Migrant Wall" site, urging people to reflect on their own identity and the identity of others.

Timisoara: World Refugee Day 2016
16.06.2016   /   17.06.2016

At the initiative of Europe Direct, seveeral organisations in Timisoara are offering on 16th and 17th June a series of events, aiming to support refugees. More details here, in Romanian.

EPALE Migrant Education Week
26.04.2016   /   29.04.2016

The Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (EPALE) is a multilingual open membership community for teachers, trainers, researchers, academics, policy makers and anyone else with a professional role in adult learning across Europe.

Between 25 and 29 April 2016, EPALE is hosting a three-day, text-based discussion (in English) where you can share your experiences, best practices and ideas for migrant education in Europe.

Each day will be focused on a different topic:

  • 26 April - Experiences from delivering adult education to different migrant communities in your country

  • 27 April - Challenges and barriers for migrants to access and complete adult education

  • 28 April - Solutions to support learners with a migrant background access and successfully complete adult learning programmes.

You can find more details here.

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