• 19 January 2022 - 19 January 2022
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  • Riace: Local Impact of a Case of Self-Valorisation of Migrant Labour in the Frame of the Global Compact

  • In this webinar we discuss the particular experience of democratic self-government of migration that has developed in Riace (Calabria), an interesting case study for understanding the evolution of the migration phenomenon in Italy.

    Fulvia Teano and Alessandro Tedde, co-editors of this eDossier by Sinistra XXI, will present a multidisciplinary analysis of the case of Riace and the broader context of Italian migration policies following three peculiar aspects of international relevance: the failure to establish a global regulatory mechanism for confronting the phenomenon, the securitarian management of the migration crisis, and the related distorted media narrative.

    Wednesday, 19 January 2022
    18:30-20:00 (CET)
    online via Zoom

    To register, click here.

    Speakers:

    • Alessandro Tedde
      Founder of Sinistra XXI, lawyer and jurist. He graduated in constitutional law at the University of Sassari (Italy), got a postgraduate degree in Parliamentary Studies and Research in Florence. He is currently attending the PhD in European Union Law and National Legal Systems at the University of Ferrara.
    • Fulvia Teano
      Graduated from a Master's Degree, works as an IT security analyst. Her research focus concerns primarily the study of fake news regarding migration and the role of government and civil society organizations in combating xenophobia and racism in the media.

    Moderation:

    • Katerina Anastasiou
      facilitator of the chapters Migration and Global Strategy for transform! europe

    The eDossierRiace: Local Impact of a Case of Self-Valorisation of Migrant Labour in the Frame of the Global Compact is available here.


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