As we stated in an earlier post, the 31st Conference of the Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI) will be held between September 29 and October 3 at the Miramar Palace in San Sebastian.
The topic chosen for this year’s congress is:
RELATIONS BETWEEN DIASPORAS AND THEIR HOME COUNTRIES: New migrations, return movements and historical context (roots).
We’d like to remind all that the deadline for speakers to sign up, for all those who wish to actively participate in them, closes April 30.
We’ll leave you with the presentation of this year’s Conference, which will be hosted by the Basque Government’s Directorate for the Basque Community Abroad, which will explain the main topics of the conference, as well as the Call for Papers for those experts who wish to contribute their works and visions of the same.
AEMI – /2/2021 – Europe
RELATIONS BETWEEN DIASPORAS AND THEIR HOME COUNTRIES: New migrations, return movements and historical context (roots)
The 31st AEMI Conference will be hosted by the Office for the Basque Communities Abroad, Basque Government, in Donostia-San Sebastián. The OBCA is the unit of the General Secretariat of Foreign Affairs at the Presidency of the Basque Autonomous Government, that was created to promote, coordinate, establish and foster relations between the Basque Country and the Basque communities abroad, and also to drive action to collect the historical memory of the diasporas.
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Last Updated on Apr 20, 2021 by About Basque Country