SEA-EU Observatory of Migrations and Human Rights organises their first joint congress 25 May 2021

Last Tuesday, May 25, 2021, throughout the day, the First Online Event of the Migration and Human Rights Observatory (SEA-UE) / First Online Event of the Sea-EU Observatory for Migration and Human Rights took place.

During the course of the event, in which academics and experts from SEA-EU partner universities ( were present, the University of Cádiz was represented by Professors from the Area of ​​Public International Law and Relations Internationals, and researchers from the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence Immigration and Human Rights in Europe’s External Borders – Migration and Human Rights in Europe’s External Borders, Dr. Alejandro del Valle Gálvez, Dr. Miguel Ángel Acosta Sánchez, Dr. Michel Remi Njiki and Mrs. Lorena Calvo Mariscal, among other teachers, belonging to the University of Western Brittany in Brest (France), the University of Kiel (Germany), the University of Gdańsk (Poland), the University of Split (Croatia) and the University of Malta (Malta).

At the beginning of the event, Dr. Alejandro del Valle Gálvez, coordinator of the Official Bilingual Master in International Relations and Migrations, welcomed the attendees and presented an introduction to the subject and the contents of the Observatory’s First Online Event of Migration and Human Rights (SEA-UE).