The SEA-EU Observatory for Migration of Human Rights is a multidisciplinary and international team addressing the current challenges of EU governance and policy on migration matters and the changes in the protection of migrants’ rights
The reception of migrants is a European reality on which SEA-EU has the ambition to develop a determined action. The maritime and port nature of all the partner institutions of SEA-EU, integrated into trade networks, has placed them at the heart of the migration issue since time immemorial. SEA-EU therefore believes that it has a real legitimacy to address this issue among its priorities. Therefore, in line with the project proposal, the SEA-EU Observatory for Migration and Human Rights has been launched, gathering a multidisciplinary team of experts on migration. The Observatory is co-led by UBO and UCA.
Key facts about the Observatory:
- 5 online meetings
- A scientific online event on the 25/05/2021 gathering experts from the alliance: find here abstracts of the presentations made
- A presential meeting hosted in UCA on the 27-28/09/2022, to set up the working steps for SEA-EU 2.0. You can see here the REPORT on this meeting.
- A Scientific Committee: Silja Klepp, Professor of Human Geography, CAU/ Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, Associate Professor at Institute of Psychology Division of Intercultural Psychology and Gender Psychology, UG / Felicity Attard, Lecturer in International Law, UM / Patricia Vella de Fremeaux, Associate Professor in International Law, UM / Sanja Stanic, Full Professor of Sociology , UNIST / Alejandro Del Valle, Full Professor of Public International Law and International Relations, UCA / Miguel Angel Acosta Sanchez, Associate professor in International Public Law, UCA / Lorena Calvo Mariscal, PhD Researcher, Assistant Lecturer of Public International Law, UCA / Annie Cudennec, Full Professor in Public Law, UBO/ Nilsa Rojas Hutinel, Lecturer in Public Law, UBO.