Equality and Diversity in Europe: Tackling Multiple Discrimination Against Migrants
As part of longer-term strategies around migration and integration policy in the EU, tackling multiple discrimination is a complex process. With the latest financial crises and a greater fluidity in the migration landscape in Europe, this phenomenon has become even more challenging in relation to discrimination against migrants – discrimination that manifests itself on many levels and seriously undermines efforts to promote equality and diversity.
This special international symposium provides a timely opportunity to:
- Gain an updated comparative, comprehensive and clear picture of the current situation on multiple or multi dimensional discrimination against migrants in Europe
- Identify pertinent issues, gaps and possible solutions of some of the problems in Europe in a coherent and integrated manner
- Raise awareness of social, cultural and economic consequences from multiple discrimination against migrants
- Share some existing lessons learned and best practices of integrating migrants in our societies
- Delineate recommendations for long term policy actions at EU level of governance and revise the role of national and local levels of governance in Europe
The Centre for Parliamentary Studies welcomes the participation of all key partners, responsible authorities and stakeholders. The symposium will support the exchange of ideas and encourage delegates to engage in thought-provoking topical debate.
For further details please visit our website. In the meantime, should you/your colleagues wish to attend, please complete and return a registration form at your earliest convenience in order to secure your delegate place(s).