This talk will explore the transnational roots, debates, and conditions for the diachronic implementation of a game-changing policy: The EU’s Free Movement of Persons. Indeed, historical analysis and the normative legacies on human mobility rights can provide a deeper understanding of European integration and of current challenges related to EU migration and asylum policymaking. A Grubhub credit will be available to the first 20 people to register (only available within the U.S.)
LOOKING BACK TO SEE BEYOND: Rediscovering empowering historical legacies on the EU’s Free Movement of Persons
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Lecture Series / Brown Bag