II SESSION | 18-20 January 2019

Start

January 18, 2019 - 17:00

End

January 20, 2019 - 13:00

Address

Auditorium Maximum, Jagiellonian University, Cracow   View map

Open Conference: EU Migration Challenges: What Can Diplomacy and Science Together Contribute?

 

Friday, 18th January

 

17:00 – 17:45 | Leadership Circles Introduction

Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska (for students interested)
Founder & Director, European Academy of Diplomacy, Professor, Warsaw School of Economics

18:00 – 20:00 | Opening | Auditorium Maximum UJ

  • EU Migration Policy (ies) – Key concepts, key approaches. Where are we today
    Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska Founder & Director, European Academy of Diplomacy, Professor, Warsaw School of Economics

  • Science Diplomacy – A sum greater than its parts
    Prof. Pascal Griset, Sorbonne Université

 


 

Saturday, 19th January

09:00 – 09:25 | Coffee and late registration

09:30 – 09:45 | Plenary Welcome | Auditorium Maximum UJ

  • Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska, Founder & Director, European Academy of Diplomacy, Professor, Warsaw School of Economics

  • Dr. Angelika Klein, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Warsaw Office

 

09:45 – 11:15 | Scene Setters | EU migration: What is the problem? Who says? (5-7 min. TEDex type interventions)

  • Survival migration: A crisis of numbers or a crisis of politics?
    Christine M. Cassar, The People for Change Foundation Malta

  • A welcoming attitude? What European citizens think of migration and how it affects politics
    Dr. Lenka Drazanova, Research Fellow, Observatory of Public Attitudes to Migration, European University Institute Florence

  • Debunking a few myths on migration
    Despina Syrri, Symβiosis Civic School of Political Studies, Greece

  • Upon arrival… A refugee and activist’s perspective
    Elsi Adajew, Refugee Self-Help Centre SINTAR.eu

 

11:15 – 12:10 | Panel | EU at the crossroads of migration: Critical reflections, collective solutions

  • Dr. Reiner Muenz, Adviser on Migration and Demography, European Political Strategy Centre, European Commission

  • Dr. Christos Iliadis, Political scientist, Symβiosis Civic School of Political Studies, Greece

  • Dr. Ernesto Fernandez-Polcuch, Science Policy and Partnerships, Natural Sciences Sector, UNESCO

  • Klaudia Wegschaider,  University of Oxford, VSPS Migration Program (moderator)

 

12:10 – 13:20 | Lunch Break

 

13:20 – 14:35 | Dialogue | Border Tensions: Who fixes what with sciences and technology?

  • Prof. Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (moderator)

  • Prof. Aristotle Tympas, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

  • Ave Poom, eu-LISA European Agency for the operational management of Large-Scale IT Systems

 

14:40 – 14:55 | Workshop Introduction Breakout topics and objectives

  • James Fish, Hasso – Plattner Institut D-School, Potsdam University

 

15:00 – 15:25 | Coffee Break

 

15:30 – 16:30 | Topical Breakout Sessions | Science and Diplomacy Dimensions of Migration Policy 
Participants register for one of the workshops below. 

 

  • HUMAN RIGHTS & DIGNITY

    Pablo Rojas-Coppari, Migration & Freedom of Movement Advisor, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (facilitator)

    Christine Goyer, UNHCR Warsaw Liaison Officer, United Nations Refugees Agency

    Maria Pamula, UNHCR Warsaw Liaison Officer, United Nations Refugees Agency

    Astrid Mueller, VSPS Migration Program

 

  • SECURITY DIPLOMACY AND THE POLITICAL SHAPING OF BORDER CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

  • Prof. Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (facilitator)

  • Ave Poom, eu-LISA European Agency for the operational management of Large-Scale IT Systems

  • Katarzyna Grodzka, VSPS Migration Program

 

  • GENDER ISSUES: EXPERIENCE OF WOMEN IN MIGRATION

    Marcelle Zanya Burge – Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants

    Eva Čivrná,VSPS Migration Program

    Despina Syrri, Symβiosis Civic School of Political Studies, Greece (facilitator)

 

  • POLICY INSTRUMENTS: DEVELOPMENT AID and SPATIAL MANAGEMENT
    Prof. Alessandra Venturini – Migration Policy Centre (MPC), European University Institute (EUI)

 

16:30 – 16:45 | Quick Breather

 

16:45 – 18:00 | Plenary Summary | Science and Diplomacy Dimensions of Migration Policy

 

18:30 – 21:00 | Networking dinner

 


 

Sunday, 20th January

 

Sunday round tables are by registration only. Reserved to 50-60 motivated Young Diplomats with an interest in the new field of science/technology/innovation diplomacy. 

 

08:45 – 09:15 | Wake-up coffee | Auditorium Maximum UJ

 

09:20 – 10:00 | Plenary Opening Discovery Round Tables | Collegium Paderevianum UJ (different location)

Prof. Pascal Griset, Sorbonne Université, Coordinator, H2020 InsSciDE Project

 

10:00 – 10:40 | Plenary Warm-Up Migrating across comfort zones

James Fish, Hasso-Plattner Institut D-School, Potsdam University

 

10:45 – 10:55 | Transfer to Discovery Round Table

 

11:00 – 11:30 | Round Tables | Science Diplomacy Response to Global Challenges: Case Stories

  • Heritage – Pascal Butterlin, University Paris I [CNRS]

  • Health – Katerina Vlantoni, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

  • Security – Maria Rentetzi, National Technical University of Athens

  • Environment – Simone Turchetti, University of Manchester

  • Space – Anne de Floris, University Paris IV [CNRS] & David Burigana, University of Padova

  • Science Diplomats – Maria Paola Diogo, NOVA University of Lisbon

 

11:30 – 12:45 | FISHBOWL | Science Diplomacy Response to Global Challenges: Joint Analysis, Best Practice and Policy Recommendations

 

12:45 – 13:00 | Evaluation

 

* Please note that the program may be slightly modified.

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