Zoë Jordan ( Oxford Brookes University), Cathrine Talleraas (CMI) and Sarah Tobin (CMI)
The event is at Bergen Global’s venue in Jekteviksbakken 31.
You can also follow on Zoom.
Free breakfast is served.
The EU has over the past years increasingly externalised its borders outside its own territory. Externalisation in a nutshell denotes the relocation of border controls and other migration management functions to so-called third countries.
How does this play out in Jordan
—host of more than 600,000 Syrian refugees?
In this breakfast meeting, Zoë Jordan will analyse the implications of the EU migration policy for education and employment in Jordan. Cathrine Talleraas and Sarah Tobin will also join the conversation.
is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Development and Emergency Practice at Oxford Brookes University. Her research interests include forced migration, protracted and urban displacement, ethics of care and informal assistance in humanitarian contexts, and education and work in displacement. In the EFFEXT project, she examines the impact of EU migration and refugee policy in Jordan.
is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Christian Michelsen Institute (CMI) and Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO). Her research focuses on the governance of migration and transnationalism. She is Project Leader of
the EFFEXT project.
is a Senior Researcher at CMI. She is an anthropologist focusing on Islam, economic anthropology, and displacement/migration in the Middle East and East Africa.
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