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MATILDA INTENSIVE PROGRAMME, LYON, JULY 2014

Genre et migrations : les droits des immigrant-e-s et les expériences migratoires aux 20e et 21e siècles en Europe/Gender and migration in Europe: immigration rights and migrant experiences in the 20th and 21st centuries

 

Day

Lecture

Workshop

1

30/06/2014

Arrival / Welcome

Arrival / Welcome

2

1/07/2014

Conference : Prof. Francisca de Haan (CEU):  « Migrant Women's Rights: The Contributions of International Women's Organizations »

Workshop 1

3

2/07/2014

 

Conference : Prof. Dr. Carola Sachse/Dr. Sonja Walch (University of Vienna): « Female Scientists and their Networks in Pacific Exile - World War II and beyond »

Workshop 2

4

3/07/2014

Guided tour in the archives

Guided tour in the archives

5

4/07/2014

Conference: Prof. Edith Jaillardon (Université Lyon 2) : « Asylum and Protection of Migrant Women in the European Union since 1992 »

Workshop 3

6

5/07/2014

Day off

Day off

7

6/07/2014

Conference : Dr. Francesca Sirna,LAMES (MMSH-Université Aix/Marseille) : « Geographical and Professional Mobility in Europe and the Maghreb: Nurses and the Recognition of Diplomas facing the contemporary Economic crisis »

 

Workshop 4

8

7/07/2014

 

Conference : Prof. Philippe Rygiel, Université Paris 1, « An impossible Task? The Institut de Droit International and the Regulation of Migrations, 1870-1920 »

Workshop 5

9

8/07/2014

Guided tour in immigrants districts

Guided tour in immigrants districts

10

9/07/2014

Conference :Dr. Sascha Auerbach (University of Nottingham) : « ‘The High Priestess of Unholy Rites’: Vice, Law, and Immigration in Early Twentieth Century Britain »

Workshop 6

11

10/07/2014

Conference : Dr. Nadya Alexandrova  (University St Kliment, Sofia), « Mobility, migrant women and distant relationships »

 

Workshop 7

12

11/07/2014

Workshop 8

IP Evaluation with students

13

12/07/2014

Departure

Departure

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