Observatory of migration and human rights

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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.

click to see an overview of the firts International Congress of the Observatory

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The SEA-EU Observatory for Migration and Human 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. 

Find here the Contributions to the first Observatory online event, the 25th may 2021

Scientific Committee of the SEA-EU Observatory for Migration and Human Rights:

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.