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New research on human smuggling: Workshop at the european forum for migration studies, July, 5-6, 2007


On the workshop "New research on human smuggling" results of a research project on Human Smuggling and Trafficking in Migrants among European research institutes, sponsored by the European Science Foundation (ESF), were presented and discussed. Aim was to develop a so-called policy-brief. Policy briefs are a concept of the IMISCOE network of excellence that is designed to inform policy makers and administrators on relevant research in a concise form.

The IMISCOE-Policy brief No. 5 "Towards a Better Understanding of Human Smuggling" by Friedrich Heckmann is online available: Policy brief.

Contact: maria.matreux@uni-bamberg.de

Agenda

Thursday, July 05, 2007


14:00
Welcome and Introduction
    Friedrich Heckmann (efms, Bamberg)

14:15
Limited Choices and Smugglers' Role in the Migration Process
    Ilse van Liempt, Jeroen Doomernik (IMES, Amsterdam)

15:15
Coffee break

15:30
Human Smuggling in Switzerland
    Gianni d'Amato, Martina Kamm (SFM/FSM, Neuchâtel)

16:30
The Social Organisation of Human Smuggling
    Matthias Neske (BAMF, Nuremberg)


Fryday, July 6, 2007


09:00
Human Smuggling as a Transnational Service Industry, Evidence from Austria
    Veronika Bilger (ICMPD, Vienna), Michael Jandl (Vienna)

10:00
Schengen's Soft Underbelly? Irregular Migration and Human Smuggling across Land and Sea Borders to Italy
    Paola Monzini, Ferrucio Pastore (CESPI, Rome)

11:00
Break

11:30
Discussion on Content of Policy Brief
    Moderation: Friedrich Heckmann (efms, Bamberg)

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