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The IMPACT of the Post-2014 'Migrant Crisis' on the EU's South East Periphery

The IMPACT of the Post-2014 'Migrant Crisis' on the EU's South East Periphery
Added on 19/10/2019

SEERC invites you to the final MIGRATE Symposium, which is taking place on October 19th 2019. MIGRATE is an Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network (2016-2019) looking at the impact of the migrant populations on the Balkan Corridor countries after the 2014 'migrant crisis' and organized by the South-East European Research Centre - SEERC and the Navarino Network - a policy lab.

You can see the agenda of the symposium here

You can follow the work of the consortium on http://www.migrate-project.com/

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