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Kick-Off Conference for MIGRATE in Budapest: a project coordinated by SEERC MIGRATE : CTRL + EnterEurope: Jean Monnet Migrant Crisis Network

Kick-Off Conference for MIGRATE in Budapest: a project coordinated by SEERC  MIGRATE : CTRL + EnterEurope: Jean Monnet Migrant Crisis Network
Event type Conference
Location Budapest
Date(s) 05/12/2016
Website http://

The kick-off Conference of MIGRATE project (MIGRATE : CTRL + EnterEurope: Jean Monnet Migrant Crisis Network), project coordinated by SEERC, took place 5 December 2016 at the Central European University in Budapest with all partners participating. SEERC was represented by Dr Alexandra Prodromidou, MIGRATE Academic Coordinator.

The MIGRATE Jean Monnet network focuses on the effect that the migrant crisis has on the socio-political and economic environment of the entry/transit countries and the way that this affects the process of and is being affected by the degree of EU enlargement and integration. The network addresses the question ‘To what extent can further EU integration and enlargement offer a viable solution to the migrant crisis?’ The countries under examination are a mixture of both EU and non-EU states forming one of the main corridors formerly used by economic migrants and refugees to reach Northern Europe.

The goal of MIGRATE is to create a forum for debate and dialogue. A network of researchers from all the main transit countries is created with the purpose of looking at the specific characteristics of the migrant crisis experienced by different countries with different political economies, different relations to the EU and different levels of exposure to the current crises.

Our research centre, SEERC, is the project coordinator of Migrate while participating partners are:

  • Navarino Network (Greece)
  • Bilkent University (Turkey)
  • University of Sheffield (UK)
  • Ss. Cyril and Methodius University (FYRMacedonia)
  • University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Sciences (Serbia)
  • University of Graz (Austria)
  • Central European University (Hungary) 
  • Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (Germany)

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