8-12 June 2020
The Summer School is an international event aimed at academics, practitioners, master students and professionals working in the fields of forced migrations, human mobilities, refugees and Roma Studies.
Convenors: Elisabetta Di Giovanni (University of Palermo)
Carrie Pemberton Ford (University of Cambridge. Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking)
The Summer School offers an international context in dealing with human rights field, yet displaced lives, forced mobilities and vulnerability in the Euro-Mediterranean area issues aimed in Palermo.
The registration fee (€ 350) provides inclusive tuition, didactic material, conference kit, coffee breaks, lunch (5 days); travel and accommodation costs are not included.