EUMENIA Project “Refugee Narratives in Denmark” Online Seminar

In scope of the “EUMENIA” Jean Monnet Network Project coordinated by Prof. Emre İŞERİ, online seminar entitled “Refugee Narratives in Denmark” was held on 9th December 2021, with participation of Prof. Michelle Pace, under the moderation of Assoc.Prof. Gökay ÖZERİM.

Prof. Michelle Pace from Roskilde University shared legal framework, background and refugees’ own narratives in the context of temporary protection regimes by focusing on Denmark during the event.

The EU-Middle East Network in Action (EUMENIA) is a Jean Monnet Network co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the EU. It is led by Dr. Dimitris Bouris (University of Amsterdam) and encompasses seven more institutions namely the University of Peloponnese (Greece), Istituto Affari Internazionali (Italy), Roskilde Universitet (Denmark), Bir Zeit University (Palestine), Yasar University (Turkey), American University of Beirut (Lebanon) and University of Jordan (Jordan).

EUMENIA has three interlinked objectives following a bottom-up approach. Firstly, it aims to bring scholars into the different classrooms of European and Middle Eastern Universities thus fostering exchanges between academics and students. Secondly, it aims to facilitate cooperation with civil society stakeholders and thirdly it aims to engage with national and EU policy makers through public events and online platforms, which will contribute to the dissemination of this knowledge and deepen the understanding of this complex relationship.

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