Reminder - Seminar Invitation from Delmi, in cooperation with Sida and MISTRA Geopolitics, 29 Nov
You are cordially invited to participate in a seminar discussion on the Africa-EU partnership. What are some of the prospects and pitfalls in regard to migration, mobility and development and what can be expected going forward?
The Migration Studies Delegation (Delmi), in cooperation with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and MISTRA Geopolitics, are convening a seminar to provide opportunity for a number of stakeholders and experts to solicit input on the state and development of EU-African cooperation in light of the upcoming 5th Africa-EU Summit which will take place in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, on the same day as the seminar.
Where: The seminar will be held at the Sida headquarters, Valhallavägen 199, 115 53 Stockholm,
When: On Wednesday, November 29, 2017 from 14:00 – 16:00.
Please RSVP to attend by contacting Caroline Tovatt via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by November 17, 2017.
Entities participating in the seminar:
Rainer Münz: Special adviser on Migration and Demography to the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC) at the European Commission.
Kristof Tamas: Director and Head of Secretariat at the Migration Studies Delegation (Delmi)
Nicola Clase: Ambassador and Coordinator for Migration and Refugee Issues at Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Lisa Åkesson: Associate Professor in Social Anthropology at the University of Gothenburg and Researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala
Joakim Palme: Chair of Delmi and responsible for the MISTRA GEOPOLITICS workpackage: “Governance in the Anthropocene: responses to global environmental change on national and global levels”.
Göran Holmqvist: Director at Sida
Ulla Andrén: Senior Policy Specialist in Migration and Development, Sida.
See attachment for the invitation and program.
Dr. Caroline Tovatt,
The Migration Studies Delegation is an independent committee that initiates studies and supplies research results as a basis for future migration policy decisions and to contribute to public debate.