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Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 10:45

International imbalances, migrations and humanitarian disasters

International imbalances, migrations and humanitarian disasters International imbalances, migrations and humanitarian disasters

On October 13 and 14, the URJC organizes a seminar to deal with various international issues, such as population crises and situations of helplessness of the migrant population. 

Nora Fernandez Fernandez 

The Madrid campus (Vicálvaro) hosts an international seminar organized by the URJC, in collaboration with other universities such as the Complutense of Madrid (UCM), the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas in Mexico, the EMUI (Euro-Mediterranean University Institute) and the University of Manabi. 

On Thursday, the first of the sessions will be a keynote speech by the URJC Law professor, Fernando Oliván López, who will speak about international imbalances and population crises.  

Subsequently, there will be a dialogue table with several experts from the organizing and collaborating institutions. Among them will be Ángel H. Iglesias Alonso, professor of Public Law at the URJC; Luis Vicente Doncel Fernández, Professor of Sociology also at the URJC; Mohammed Dahiri, professor of Arab Studies at UCM and EMUI; and Roberto Barbeito Iglesias and Coro JA Juanena, both professors of Sociology at the URJC.  

After the interventions, there will be a debate among the group of experts and a report will be drawn up by the Organization of the event that includes the most important conclusions.  

On Friday the 14th, the second and third sessions of the seminar will take place. The second session will be a master conference by Simón Pedro Izcara Palacios, from the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas in Mexico. The theme will be humanitarian crises in the main border environments.  

The third and last conference, on situations of helplessness of the migrant population in destination societies, will be given by Luis Vicente Doncel Fernández, Professor of Sociology at the URJC.  

All those interested in attending in person can go directly to the Madrid Campus (Vicálvaro), since capacity will be limited until the room is full. For people who cannot attend in person, this is the Teams link to access the Seminar: International Seminar

Students who attend the first session of the event will receive a recognition of 0,22 ECTS.