Conferenza APRE sulle politiche di Genere e Migrazione

CONFERENZA APRE

 
 
 
Il 18 giugno 2010 ho avuto l’onore di partecipare quale relatore all’importante Conferenza Internazionale organizzata a Roma dall’APRE (Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea), in collaborazione con la DG Ricerca, il Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, l’Ecole des Hautes Etudes, la Middlesex University, la Fondazione Ungherese per la Scienza e la Tecnologia e il Centre for Social Innovation di Vienna.
L’evento mirava a sostenere il dialogo tra tutti gli stakeholder attivi in ambito di Genere & Migrazione in Europa quali attori politici, ricercatori, organizzazioni della società civile facendoli intervenire e discutere sulle modalità di collaborazione e le priorità future.
 

 

Facilitare il dialogo tra i diversi attori nella Ricerca Europea.
Conferenza sulle politiche in ambito di Genere e Migrazione
 

Rome, 18/06/2010
Data evento: 18/06/2010
Sede: Location: Piazzale Aldo Moro n. 7
Descrizione: This conference brings together all stakeholders under one roof including researchers, policy makers and civil society to discuss the challenges and benefits of mutual cooperation.
They will discuss their priorities for the future: Policy-makers will outline key policy areas, researchers will explain the future trends that could shape new policies, while civil society organisations will offer a perspective based on their experience of working on the field.

The outcome of the conference will be a comprehensive report outlining the plans for future cooperation, which will be submitted to the European Commission for wider distribution.

Download the Background Document

Programma:
Provisional programme

08.00 – 09.00

09.00 – 09.30
Registration of participants and welcome coffee

Opening
Andrea Bozzi, Director of Cultural Identity Department, the Italian National Research Council (CNR)
Mario Alì, General Director for Internationalisation of Research, Italian Ministry for Research, Education and University (MiUR)

Gender & Migration: An overview of current EU policy

09.30 – 11.00
Moderator: Ezio Andreta, President of the Agency for the Promotion of European Research (APRE)

Louisa Anastopoulou, European Commission – DG Research – Unit L2 Research in economic, social sciences and humanities – Prospective
Antonya Parvanova, Member of the European Parliament, Vice-president ALDE
Emma Bonino, President of the Commission for Equality and Equal Opportunities, Italian Senate

Carlos Martinez Riera, Director of European Office – DG International cooperation and Institutional affairs, Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation

Challenges and opportunities of cooperation among researchers, civil society and policy makers

Moderator: Isabella Lenarduzzi, Founder & Managing Director of JUMP “Empowering Women, Advancing the Economy”

11.00 – 11.30
Results and recommendations from the GEMMA project
Key note speakers:
Eleonore Kofman, GEMMA representative, Social Policy Research Centre – University of Middlesex
Monika Salzbrunn, GEMMA representative, Ecole des Haute Etudes en Sciences Sociales

11.30 – 13.00
Challenges and opportunities of greater cooperation among stakeholders
Panel discussion with representatives of Research Institutions, Civil Society Organisations and Policy-makers
Olga Jubany Baucells, University of Barcelona, Coordinator of GENDERACE project
Leila Hadj-Abdou, Researcher SPS-Department, European University Institute

Ann Singleton, Head of the Centre for the Study of Poverty and Social Justice, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol
Franca Bimbi, Università di Padova
Irén Ádámné Dunai, Deputy Head of Department of Equality between women and men, Hungarian Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour
Maa Marchand Damarys, Fédération Initiatives des Femmes Africaines de France et d’Europe

13.00 – 13.15
Wrap up session
Outcomes of greater cooperation as a result of the GEMMA project and recommendations for fostering better cooperation
Eleonore Kofman, GEMMA representative, Social Policy Research Centre – University of Middlesex

13.15 – 14.30 Lunch break

Drawing up an action plan for future cooperation

14.30 – 16.00

16.00 – 16.15
Moderator: Denis Stokkink, Economist & President of the European Think Tank “Pour la Solidarité”

How to implement recommendations and continue to foster greater dialogue among stakeholders
Panel discussion with representatives of Research Institutions, Civil Society Organisations and Policy-makers
Zerife Yatkin, District councilor of the green party, responsible for human rights, minorities, integration, education and gender

Amaia Sotes Linares Rivas, Economic Officer of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe – OSCE
Tanja Dedovic, International Organisation for Migration – IOM, Special Liaison Mission to the OSCE, UN and International Organizations – Head of Gender department
Gloria Moreno-Fontes Chammartin, International Migration Programme (MIGRANT) – International Labour Organization – ILO
Barbara Liegl, Civil Courage and Anti-Racism Work organisation
Eugenio Cardi, Responsible for the UGL Observatory on social phenomena, SEI – Sindacato Emigrati-Immigrati

Wrap up session
Key points and recommendations for future cooperation
Denis Stokkink, Economist & President of the European Think Tank “Pour la Solidarité”

16.15 – 16.30
Where do we go from here?
Louisa Anastopoulou, European Commission – DG Research – Unit L2 Research in economic, social sciences and humanities – Prospective
Diassina Di Maggio, Director of APRE