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Conferences and seminars vol. 14
Conferences and seminars vol. 14. International Imigration and Naturalization Conference. Global Problems of Immigration-Challenges and Prospect in the New Century. PWSBiA, Warsaw, Poland. 16-17 June, 2003

ISBN 83-86031-83-2

 

1. Opening address by his Excellency Tadeusz Koźluk, Ph.D., President of the First Independent University in Poland.

2. Immigration, Citizenship and Third Country Nationals in EU, Bashy Quaraishy, President – ENAR (European Network Against Racism – Brussels), chairman – POEM – Federation of Ethnic Minority Organizations in Denmark.

3. Refugees and Minorities and the issue of immigration, Professor Nabil Ayad, Diplomatic Academy of London.

4. Criminals and Cross-Border Restrictions, Prof. Samuel Jay Levine, Attorney at Law, Levine & Micale, Arlington, VA, USA.

5. Some thoughts about world-political developments at the beginning of the 21st century and their effect in civil rights and the respect for human dignity, Wolfgang P. Schultz, Rechtsanwalt, Berlin, Germany.

6. Global problems of immigration – challenges and prospects in the new century. The case of Palestine. His Excellency Mr. Hafez Al Nimer, Ambassador of Palestine in Poland.

7. The status of migrants – the challenge of solidarity, Srecko Jelinic, Ph.D., University professor, University of J.J. Strossmayer in Osijek, Croatia.

8. External migration in Russia: assessing losses and gains, Irina Malaha, Ph.D., leading researcher, Institute of International Economic and Political Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.

9. Rethinking immigration policies in an increasingly transitory world, Jennifer Doerrie Langford, immigration attorney, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

10. The Declaration of the Hague on the future of refugee and migration policy, Dr. Frans Bouwen, Society for International Development Netherlands.

11. Problematic legal aspects of mixed marriages in Poland, Chrostowska Katarzyna, Ph.D. student, First Independent University in Poland, Warsaw, Poland.

12. International standards of the protection of the rights of refugees and the legislation of Ukraine (comparative analysis), Ivan Pankevych, Ph.D., associate professor of law faculty, Ivan Franko National University in Lviv, Ukraine.

13. Immigration policy and its economic issues, Ryszrda Bolonek, Ph.D., First Independent University in Poland, Warsaw, Poland.

14. Economic contributions of refugees in the United States, Dr. Nguyen Van Hanh, Director, Shelly Dick, Program Analyst US Office of Refugee Resettlement, Washington, DC.

15. The misguided U.S.-Mexico Border Policy: its human toll and inevitable failure, Vanna Slaughter, Director, Catholic Charities of Dallas Immigration Counseling Services, Dallas, TX, USA.

16. The international migration of intellect: acquisitions and losses of nations and countries, Stephan Trokhymchuk, Ph.D., Ivan Franko National University in Lviv, Ukraine.

17. No humanity in times of anti-terror-policy?, Rüdiger Lötzer, dipl. oec., political consultant MTU, Berlin, Germany.

18. Immigrants and their employment problems in Finland, Elli Heikkilä, Timo Jaakkola, Institute of Migration, Turku, Finland.

19. Human migration and social integration: recent provisions in Italy, Matteo Barada, General Manager (retired), P.C.M. Servizio Idrografico e Mareo Grafico Nazionale, Rome, Italy.

20. Changes in the structure of labor forces migration in Central and Eastern Europe as a result of the EU enlargement: realities and expectations, Konstantyn Pysarenko, Ph.D. student, Faculty of International Relations, Department of International Law, Ivan Franko National University in Lviv, Ukraine.

21. Contemporary (illegal) migrations and the case of Slovenia, Ana Kralj, M.A., Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

22. Inequality and poverty in EU and in the accession countries from Central and Eastern Europe. Implication of migration. The case of Romania, Ovidiu Laurian Simina, Head of Human Rights Department of the Romanian Ministry of Administration and Interior, Bucharest, Romania.

 

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