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Academic event 2016 - Agenda

October 12, 2016  | Day 1
8:00 - 9:00

Registration at Hotel Hyatt Regency

9:00 – 9:05

Welcoming Speech

Sonja Stojanović Gajić‚ 

Director, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy ‚

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9:05 - 9:30

Keynote Speech

Sergio Carrera‚ 

Senior Research Fellow and Head of the Justice and Home Affairs Programme, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)‚

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9:30 - 11:00

Panel 1: Migrant and Refugee Crisis: Contesting the EU Normative Power

Migrants, the EU and NGOs: A preliminary investigation of recent trends and future perspectives‚ 

Daniela Irrera, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Catania, Italy‚

EU Member States as the prominent actors in the management of the European refugee crisis in the Western Balkans and its effect on EU enlargement process for the region‚ 

Julia Himmrich, PhD Candidate in International Relations London School of Ecomonics (LSE); Research Associate, Dahrendorf Forum‚

Fortress Europe and Gated communities: How European Union securitize migration – Implications on European City‚ 

Stevan Tatalović,Research Associate, Human Security Research Center (HSRC)‚

Institutional confusion: The role of international organisations in EU external funding instruments on migration, borders and asylum‚ 

Leonhard den Hertog, Researcher, Justice and Home Affairs Section, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)‚

Discussant: Ralph Wilde‚ 

Full-time member of the Faculty of Laws, University College London, University of London‚

Moderator: Nemanja Džuverović‚ 

Assistant Professor in Peace Studies, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade‚

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11:30 - 13:00

Panel 2: Looking beyond Migration: Challenges to Integration in Host Countries

Turkey as the gatekeeper: between ontological security and physical insecurity‚ 

Natalia Piotrowska, PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Kent‚

Between rights and market. The mechanisms of economization of the refugee reception in Italy‚ 

Giacomo Bazzani, PhD candidate in Political and Social Change at the University of Turin and University of Florence‚

Unmodern people in post-modern world: The rise of ethno-nationalism and its consequences for Poland’s immigration policy‚ 

Artur Gruszczak, Associate Professor, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland‚

Refugee Crisis in Europe and Intersecting Inequalities in the Host Countries‚ 

Marika Djolai, Poverty and Social Exclusion Consultant, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex‚

Discussant: Jim Seroka‚ 

Professor of Political Science at Auburn University, Alabama United States of America‚

Moderator: Biljana Đorđević‚ 

Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade‚

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14:30 - 16:00

Panel 3: Reinventing Walls and Fortresses: Human Rights in The Age of Migration

International Human Rights Treaties versus Bilateral Readmission Agreements: Implications for Refugees and Illegalized Immigrants‚ 

Hallee Caron, PhD candidate and Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of California, Irvine‚

Migration between a threat and an opportunity‚ 

Senada Šelo Šabić, Scientific Associate, Institute for Development and International Relations, Zagreb‚

Futures for the extraterritorial application of the non-refoulement obligation in European human rights law‚ 

Ralph Wilde, Full-time member of the Faculty of Laws, University College London, University of London‚

The Syrian refugee crisis and its impact on the Common European Asylum System: stripping away the human rights dimension‚ 

Olga Mitrović, Business Development Consultant Western Balkans, British Council‚

Discussant: Tatjana Papić‚ 

Associate Professor of International Law at the Union University, Belgrade‚

Moderator: Marko Kovačević‚ 

Research Associate, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade‚

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16.00 - 16.30

"SALUS" Award - for the best policy papers in the field of Security Studies

October 13, 2016 | Day 2
14.00 - 15:30

Method, Career, and Networking Café

Academic network building and international research collaboration‚ 

Daniela Irrera, Associate Professor of Political Science and IR at the University of Catania, Italy‚

Academic/policy research and publishing‚ 

Jim Seroka‚ Professor of Political Science at Auburn University, Alabama USA‚

Interviewing policy makers‚ 

James Ker Lindsay, Eurobank Senior Research Fellow on the Politics of South East Europe, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)‚

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