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Conference and seminars vol. 16
Conference and seminars vol.16. The 4th International Immigration Conference. Contemporary migration and society. Legal framework of migration versus human rights. Independent University of Business and Government. Warsaw / Poland, 21 - 23 November 2004

ISBN 83-86031-78-6

 

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

2. Migration Policies and Political Cultures in Europe: a Changing Trend, Prof. Dr. Umberto Melotti, Faculty of Sociology, University of Rome, Italy.

3. Institutional Decay and Restructuring in the Management of Migration: The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the European Union, Martin Geiger, Coordinator and Researcher, European Research Forum on Migration and Ethnic Relations (EUROFOR), Florence, Italy.

4. Challenges for a Harmonized EU Asylum Policy, Dr. Maria Appelqvist,Associate Professor, IMER, Malmö University, Sweden.

5. Integration Policy towards Immigrants - the EU Approach, Justyna Godlewska, Ph.D. student, Institute of Social Policy, Warsaw University, Poland.

6. The New Asylum and Immigration Law in Europe: Constitutional and Human Rights Aspects, Prof. Dr. Albrecht Weber, Institute for Migration and Intercultural Studies (IMIS), University of Osnabrück, Germany.

7. Muslim Migrants in Europe: a Challenge to a Social Policy of a State, Stephan Trokhymchuk, Ph.D., Solomiya Zinko, Ivan Franko National University in Lviv, Ukraine.

8. A Right to a Family Unit throughout the EU. Family Reunification between Human Rights and Migration Policy, Anne Walter, Institute for Migration and Intercultural Studies (IMIS), University of Osnabrück, Germany.

9. Asylum and Migration. The Right to Asylum - Comparative Approach about the EU’s Law and the Croatian Law in Asylum Issues, Srecko Jelinic, Ph.D., University professor, University of J.J. Strossmayer in Osijek, Croatia.

10. Ukrainian Migration Policy in the Light of Law, Ivan Pankevych, Ph.D., associate professor of law faculty, Ivan Franko National University in Lviv, Ukraine.

11. Next in line - Romanians at the Gates of the EU (Emigrants, Border control, Legislation), Ovidiu Laurian Simina, Counsellor to the Secretary of State, Ministry of Administration and Interior, Bucharest, Romania.

12. The Development of Migration Policy in New Accession States to the EU - a Comparison between Poland and Spain, Dr. Axel Kreienbrink, Independent Researcher, Osnabrück, Germany.

13. Asylum Seekers Suspected of Terrorist Activities - Special Aspects of Proceedings in an Exclusion Case, Katarzyna Zdybska, the Halina Nieć Human Rights Association, Cracov, Poland.

14. Polish Migrants, the Netherlands, and the EU: Tug-of-war in Triangle, Cathelijne Pool, Ph.D. student, Centre for Migration Law, University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

15. Territorial Control and Global Economy. An Analysis of Dutch Immigration Policy, Prof. Hans van Amersfoort, Prof. Emeritus - Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

16. :"Brain Drain" or "Brain Exchange" in the Era of Globalization: the Case of Post-soviet Russia, Irina Malaha, Ph.D., leading research fellow, Institute of International Economic and Political Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.

17. Need to Import Skilled Labor in Conditions of Slow Economic Growth, Prof. Ross Fakiolas, Prof. Emeritus - National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

18. German Trade Unions and their Position in Migration Affairs in the Context of the EU Enlargement, Rüdiger Lötzer, Trade Union Secretary, Metal Trade Union, Berlin, Germany.

19. Migration and Society: Wealth May Flow even from Human Trafficking, Matteo Barada, General Manager (retired), P.C.M. Servizio Idrografico e Mareo Grafico Nazionale, Rome, Italy.

20. Is the Increasing Criminalization of Migrants a Sound Legal Strategy?, Jennifer Doerrie Langford, Attorney at Law, Fresno, California, USA.

21. Postwar and Post-cold War Generations of European Temporary Foreign Worker Policies: Continuities and Discontinuities, Piotr Plewa, Mark Miller, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware, USA.

22. Finland in the Globalizing International System - a Special Viewpoint of International Migration, Elli Heikkilä, Institute of Migration, Turku, Finland.

23. Forced Migration in 2002: Legacy from the Nineties, Dr. Silvija Mežnarić, Research Counselor, Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Zagreb, Croatia.

24. Foreigners in Poland - Social Attitudes and Policies, Adam Bernatowicz,, Chairman, “Proxenia” Association for Integration of Foreigners and Refugees, Warsaw, Poland.

25. Immigration in Poland in the Context of Non-Governmental Organizations Activity, Łukasz Łotocki, Institute of Social Policy, Warsaw University, Poland.

26. America: Who are We?, Prof. Samuel Jay Levine, Attorney at Law, Arlington, VA, USA.

27. In the Interest of the Child: Care and Placement Services for Unaccompanied Alien Children in the United States, Dr. Nguyen Van Hanh, Director, Office of Refugee Resettlement Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC, USA.

28. The Persecutor Bar. Case Law and Statutes, Karen Landsness, Officer in Charge, Department of Homeland Security, US Embassy Moscow.

29. Biometrics and the Management of international Migration, Jillyanne Redpath, Legal Officer, International Organization for Migration (IOM), Geneva, Switzerland.

30. Closing address, Doc. Dr. Adam Kołodziejczyk, Vice-President for Research, Independent University of Business and Government, Warsaw, Poland.

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