Can Europe’s Politicians Solve the Migration Crisis?
Organised in association with The Europaeum
Auditorium Ivan Pictet A
Maison de la paix, Geneva
As Europe struggles to cope with its largest influx of migrants and refugees since 1945, and with over 3,000 migrant deaths since the beginning of the year, can countries join ranks on a coordinated, coherent response, or is the EU’s open borders arrangement doomed?
- José Manuel Barroso, former President of the European Commission and former Prime Minister of Portugal
- Karel, Prince of Schwarzenberg, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
- Norbert Hofer, Joint Acting President of Austria, Third President of the National Council
- Carol Batchelor, Director of the Division of International Protection, UNHCR
- Elisabeth Prügl, Professor of International Relations/Political Science, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Organised in association with The Europaeum, an association of 10 leading European universities (including the Graduate Institute) which fosters collaborative research and teaching, allowing students to share common learning and confront common concerns through participating in research projects, workshops, exchanges and summer schools.
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