The cooperation project “Forced Migration and Refugee Studies: Networks and Transfer” (FFVT) aims to
strengthen interdisciplinary research on refugees and forced migration in Germany. The project, which is funded
by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), therefore brings together research
on topics such as migration, development, conflict, climate change, health, governance and human rights.
It also promotes the dialogue between academia, practitioners, the media and politics. With this timely
workshop-series, the intersection of displacement, immobility and human rights will be assessed from
different dimensions, localities, and including multiple perspectives.
Prof. Dr. Petra Bendel and Dr. Lorenz Wiese
Centre for Human Rights Erlangen-Nürnberg (CHREN)
Participation is open and free of charge.
Participation links (no registration required):
• Part 2 on 1.7. or 15.7.21.:
Thursday 1.7.21 or Thursday 15.7.21*
Panel 3: “Discussing the EP Frontex Scrutiny Working Group’s Report”
Tineke Strik, MEP, Greens/EFA
Lena Düpont, MEP, EPP
Stefan Keßler, Frontex Consultative Forum on Fundamental Rights
Patrik Engström, Frontex Management Board, Swedish Police
Matthias Oel / Jörg Wojahn, European Commission
Bernd Kasparek, Horizon2020-Projekt RESPOND
Moderation: Petra Bendel