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Where does migration flow?

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Where does migration flow?


04.06.2018


International conference titled Challenges of Modern Migration Processes is taking place in Moscow. The event is organized by Hanns Seidel Foundation and Institute for Linguistic Civilization and Migration Processes under the Russkiy Mir Foundation. Executive Director of the Russkiy Mir Foundation Vladimir Kochin is taking part in the conference.


Migration processes are to be discussed at the three sectional grounds with the following topics: common challenges of illegal migration, international cooperation on fighting illegal migration and necessity of new international legal regulations in the field of migration and citizenship.

There will be presentations by scientific workers of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Institute of the State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Lomonosov Moscow State University.


Deputy Chief of the Consulate Legal Department of the German Embassy in Moscow Susanne Olberg, Deputy Director of the European and Transatlantic Institute of Hanns Seidel Foundation Kennig Zenger, Executive Director of the Bavarian Police Department Bernhard Egger, Doctor of political sciences, journalist, geopolitical expert Caroline Galacteros, Chairman of the Russian sector of the French Society for the Comparative Law, arbiter on international commercial disputes at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation Danial Giyo, a member of the Association of the French Lawyers and migration legislation specialist Jacques Bodel and others are taking part at the conference.

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