Global migration i världen står i fokus för Global Week 16-18 november på Pedagogen. Programmet vänder sig till stora delar till studenter, men även medarbetare kan hitta intressanta punkter under dessa tre dagar.
Akademiliv vill särskilt tipsa om tre seminarier under Global Week:
16 NOVEMBER, 15:00–16:15 (KH)
The Relation between Citizenship and Human Rights
Undocumented migrants and asylum seekers do not have access to equal human rights as citizens within states. How does this affect their access to healthcare services, urban space and (lack of) possibilities of integrating in the majority society?
Moderator: Ulrika Knutson. Panellists: Elisabeth Abiri, Senior advisor at Emerga Research and Consulting; Henry Ascher, Senior lecturer at the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine and Consultant at Angered Hospital; Helena Holgersson, Lecturer, Department of cultural sciences
17 NOVEMBER, 14:15–15:00 (KH)
Health Care Professionals In Sweden WithQualifications From Other Countries
There is a lack of health care professionals in the health care sector in Sweden. At the same time, health care professionals with qualifications from other countries are unemployed. What are the obstacles here and how can we overcome them?
Speaker: Henrik Sjövall, Professor and course leader for the complementary programme for doctors with qualifications from countries outside EU, Sahlgrenska Academy. More speakers and panellists to be confirmed.
18 NOVEMBER, 13:00–15:30 (KH)
Migration in the European Union – Possibilities and Challenges
The expansion of the European Union has resulted in more and more people enjoying free movement of EU citizens within the union. What practical implications does the migration have for welfare provision, social services, the labour market and educational access in the cities that receive the EU migrants? Will a contradiction arise between the protection of the welfare state and social protection as a human right? And what possibilities does migration give families to arrange care across national borders? These questions and more will be discussed in this session.
Speakers: Ingrid Höjer(13:00), Professor, Department of Social Work, together with Oksana Shmulyar Gréen (also 13:00), Senior lecturer, Department of Sociology and Work Science; Thomas Erhag (13:30), Associate Professor, Department of Public Law, Social Insurance Law, EU Law; (Short break 14:00); Karin Zelano (14:15), Doctoral student, Department of Political Science; Claes Haglund (14:45), Project manager, Crossroads Göteborg
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