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Programme

"Media, Migrants and Human Rights: In the Evolution of the European Scenario of Refugees and Asylum Seekers Instances", the third and last international conference to disseminate the results of the PARIS project

30th May - 31th May | University of Enna Kore
Tomorrow at the University of Enna Kore will be held the third and last international conference to disseminate the results of the project "PARIS - Teaching Partnership Addressed to Refugee's Instances Strengthening", entitled "Media, Migrants and Human Rights: In the Evolution of the European Scenario of Refugees 'and Asylum Seekers' Instances", organized by the University of Enna Kore in collaboration with the partner organizations of the project and funded by the Erasmus + program. Two days of exchange, debate and workshop during which different aspect of the topic will be analysed with the intervention of teachers and expert of the sector. The event is open upon registration and light lunch during the event offered to all the participants. 
You can download here the detailed programme of the event. 
For any information, you can contact us through the addresses indicated on the reference web page.
 
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Download this file (programme.pdf)Programme[MedMiHuR2019]

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