This presentation will address the transnational roots, debates and conditions for the
diachronic implementation of a game-changing policy: The EU’s Free Movement of
Persons. Its main objective is to highlight the revealing value of critical historical analysis in
this field and the normative legacies on human mobility rights in the European integration
process to address current challenges in migration and asylum policy-making.
You are invited to discover the rich diversity of this documentary corpus that can help us
‘look back’ in order to ‘see beyond’ on the very timely issue of the belonging and
displacement of transnational mobile populations, whose migration patterns built up
principles, norms, political cultures and entire civilizations on their wake.
A GrubHub credit is available to the first 20 participants based in the U.S. registered by 5pm EST 4/7. Please indicate your interest in the registration and you will receive a separate email with more details.