Migrants project Final Conference took place in Tunis, at Cité des Sciences, on last 02 May 2023. It was an opportunity to bring together all of the partners, the University of Tunis El Manar, the University of Tunis, the University of La Manouba, the University of Granada and the University of Westminster; non-academic partners UNIMED – The Union of Mediterranean Universities, COSPE – Cooperation for the development of emerging countries and CLEDU – the Human Rights Clinic of Palermo and to present the results of the project. In particular, the new Master in Migration Studies: Governance, Policies and Cultures, one of the most important objectives achieved, involving 50 students and 25 Tunisian professors from the universities of Tunis El Manar, University of Tunis, University of La Manouba.
“Migrants Project is one of the most successful project that won the Erasmus Plus grant in Tunisia due to the dynamics within the consortium and the cooperative spirit between the partners. The achievements of the project in terms of the creation of the Master’s degree in Migration Studies: attracting more than 200 applications, selecting 25 students each year from various disciplines such as economics, law, international relations, communication, business and management, social and human sciences and English; starting a double degree and consolidating a network in the field of migration; initiating new projects. Moreover, this project helps in fostering “cultural awareness” about the political, media and public opinion discourse about migration, given the local, regional and global challenges”, stated the Scientific Coordinator for Université de Tunis El Manar, Prof. Samira Mechri.
The programme can be downloaded here.