From the 11th to the 13th of May 2022, Institut d'études européennes de l'ULB, in collaboration with the Institute for European Studies of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (IES-VUB) and the Politics and International Studies Department at the University of Warwick (PaIS-UoW), is organizing the Interdisciplinary conference on European Advanced Studies (IDEAS).
The Interdisciplinary conference on European Advanced Studies (IDEAS) will be the first event hosted by the newly awarded Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence EUqualis. It will focus on “(Dis)integration from an (in)equality perspective”.
Many BIRMM colleagues will be participating:
- Serena D'Agostino: 'Intersectional feminist activisms in Europe: Invisibility, inclusivity and affirmation'
- Gaia Romeo: 'The “safe country of origin” notion in EU migration law: a source of inequality in the assessment of the applications for international protection'
- Philipp Stutz &Florian Trauner : 'Diverging return rates and cooperation with third countries: Do we see the emergence of a ‘return lottery’ in the EU?'
- Soumaya Majdoub: 'Beyond the narratives: Unraveling the European Pact on Migration'
- Louise Hantson, Laura Westerveen, Catherine Xhardez & Ilke Adam: 'Migrant integration policies and practices at the local level in Belgium: Producing equality or inequalities?'
- Ilke Adam: 'Intergovernmental Relations on Immigrant Integration in Multi-Level States'
Irina Van der Vet: 'Inequality and evidence-based evaluation in counter-terrorism'
René Kreichauf: 'Governing Migration through Small Towns: The Path-Dependent History of the Dispersal, Local Exclusion and Onward Migration of Repatriates and Refugees in Germany'
Kristin Henrard: 'The CJEU and Muslim minorities’ equal and effective enjoyment of fundamental rights: a disappointing balance sheet'
Participation to the conference is free of charge, but registration is required. Register here.
To discover the provisional programme for the IDEAS22 conference, download it by clicking here.