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Through webinars and a summer university held in Besançon (august 2021), training sessions on the history of migrations from Antiquity up to today, migration routes, forced labour and slavery towards and inside Europe.

Once the technical-scientific committee has been set up, the website and the associated social tools created, the first activity will concern the training of partners who will then coordinate the territorial surveys. It will be preceded by the collection of a questionnaire in all partner states, from “native” citizens and citizens of third countries, in order to find out the main opinions and prejudices on the subject of immigrant integration.

Transnational training sessions of 50 hours through the web, with the realization in local sub-groups of in-depth analyses and exercises on the history and law of migration in and towards Europe between the 19th and 21st centuries. It will examine whether and how situations of intolerance and conflict have evolved positively, in terms of the real integration of migrants in the new countries and their contribution to the resolution of local socio-economic crises.

Training period: 05/04/2021 – 28/05/2021

Direct participants : 25


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15/04/2021Presentation of the training stage and of the objectives of Sliding Doors within a broader European contextFrédéric Spagnoli, Université de Franche-Comté (France)
22/04/2021History of migration(s):
Emigrazione ed associazionismo: l’esempio del Trentino
Francesco Bocchetti (Associazione Trentini nel Mondo, Italy)
27/04/2021History of migration(s): The long story of Italians in Tuzla and their integration into the city and its peculiaritiesTihomir Knezicek (UGIP Rino Zandonai Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina)
29/04/2021History of migration(s): Migrazioni e capitale umanoRoberto Niccolai (Archivio Roberto Marini, Italy)
04/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies : The Role of Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation towards Citizenship of Migrants in HungaryGibril Deen, Emmanuel Nyarko and Theresah Ayertey (Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation, Hungary)
06/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: La citoyenneté européenne : des identifications multiples autour de valeurs communes (étude de cas : MigratieMuseumMigration à Bruxelles, une expérience cognitive-empathique)Johan Leman (KU Leuven / Le Foyer, Belgium)
11/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: Un altro diritto?Emilio Santoro (Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy)
13/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: The several challenges of migration and educationMiquel Andrès Essomba,
Josep Guardiola,
Katia Pozos and Anna Tarrés (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain)
18/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: Les multiples activités (sur le terrain) de l’association Miroirs de Femmes-Reflets du mondeTanja Nikolova, Tamara Boisson (Association Miroirs de Femmes-Reflets du Monde, France)
20/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: Multicultural Education in Portugal, the example of Rede InducarGustavo Briz (Rede Inducar, Portugal)
25/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: Roma in Romania, stigmatization and discriminationIrina Pop (University of Oradea, Romania)
27/05/2021Citizenship(s) and migrants in European societies: Percorsi di integrazione? Il caso dei Rom in provincia di PistoiaBarbara Beneforti (Archivio Roberto Marini)
01/06/2021 Telling migrations stories: La valorizzazione della memoria dell’immigrazione italiana nei Paesi Bassi attraverso i mediaDaniela Tasca (Culturissima, Netherlands)
03/06/2021Telling migrations stories: The welcoming process of migrants in ItalySabrina Tringali (Archivio Roberto Marini, Italy)
08/06/2021Conclusion and presentation of the survey stage Frédéric Spagnoli, Université de Franche-Comté (France), Giovanna Rech (University of Verona, Italy)