- Ministry of Internal Affaires, Aleksandar Jendov str., #2, Bulgaria Hall
- 21 March 2014 - 13.30 – 18.00
- DOCTORS AND MOBILITY
- LES NOUVEAUX PARADIGMES DE LA FRONTIER
- MIGRATION AND LABOUR MARKET
Bulgarian and European experts discussed good practices and successful policies of integration of migrants in the labour market. The positions of the institutions were presented (National Council of Migration Policy, Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, State Agency of Refugees and others), of the NGOs such as Red Cross and Open Society, of the academic sector (Centre for Migration Studies – CERMES), and the migrant communities. Special focus was given to the results of the European project MIGRAPASS through analysis of good practices of countries with broad experience in migration and integration such as Great Britain, France Spain and Austria. The round table was organized by the Centre for Migration Studies at NBU (CERMES) and Center for Human Resource Development and Regional Initiatives at the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy with the kind support of the French Institute.
Presentations in English
Team: assoc. prof. Anna Krasteva (country manager of the project Migrapass), Snezhana Yoveva (expert), Evelina Staykova, Ildiko Otova, Vanya Ivanova (researchers)
- MIGRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS: ALTERNATIVES TO ADMINISTRATIVE COERCIVE MEASURES
The International conference that took place on July, 5th, 2010 is a project - part of the Transatlantic Forum for Migration and Integration (TFMI) and was made possible by the support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. In Bulgaria, TFMI is represented by its partners Center for European Refugees Migration and Ethnic Studies (CERMES), at the New Bulgarian University and Center for Legal Aid – Voice in Bulgaria (CLA).
The Transatlantic Forum on Migration and Integration (TFMI) is a multilateral network and learning community of future leaders and relevant institutions in immigration and integration from Europe, North America and sending countries. The network consists of multiple activities and formats throughout the year and fosters the exchange of young leaders and relevant institutions from business, government, media, academia, and the nonprofit sector. By exploring multiple perspectives on immigration and integration issues, TFMI participants share ideas for best practices, form lasting and sustainable professional relationships across political and national boundaries, and become equipped to guide the political decision-making process and shaping public discourse on these issues. TFMI was established in 2008 by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
More about the project
International Conference, Sofia, 2-3 June 2008, Shipka Hotel, in cooperation with Austrian Science and Research Liaison Office, Ethnographic Institute and Museum at BAS, with the support of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research
International Conference, Sofia, 16-17 May 2008, Military Club, in cooperation with Manfred Woerner Foundation, with the support of the 2004 PHARE Civil Society Development Program