5 Ιουλίου 2017
|18:00 - 21:00||
Economics and education on migration
1. Introductory remarks (15 min)
on the following topics:
I. what do we understand by economic and demographic aspects of migration & integration?
2. Discussion on “Challenges and lessons learnt from the Living Lab in Athens (December 2016) & Workshop in Warsaw (January 2017)” (25 min)
Prof. Magdalena Proczek (SGH Warsaw School of Economics)
3. Presentation of the final results of the four student team projects & of the first version of the “economic” e-module under the working title “Economic & demographic aspects of migration and integration of immigrants” (25 min)
4. Questions from the audience, Testing of the materials, Discussion (25 min)
This roundtable is best suited for students, teachers, anyone interested in economics of migration
Giving Voice to the Authentic Migrant Experience
Round table on education
This round table discussion forum is an opportunity for participants from all sectors of Education, from NGOs, Local and National Government to contribute to the current debate around Education for Migration.
It aims to:
Among the questions participants will be asked to discuss are:
1.Are the aims and intended learning outcomes sustainable and viable across a variety of sectors and learning contexts?
Discussion coordinated by Margaret Allan
SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Deree–The American College of Greece in Athens & Institute of East-Central Europe – IEŚW
GH Warsaw School of Economics, Jean Monnet Module EUMIGRO
PJATK, leader of the ALIEN project
PJATK, educator of the ALIEN project
Educator at University of the West of Scotland (UWS)