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18th Asia-Europe Lecture Tour

Mobility, Diversity And Social Cohesion: Challenges And Opportunities

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05 Mar 07 - 16 Mar 07 Asia-Europe Foundation Governance & Economy Department Asia-Europe Lecture Tours Governance & Human Rights



Venue:
Singapore
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
Bangkok (Thailand)
Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Yogyakarta (Indonesia)
Mindanao (The Philippines)

OVERVIEW

In this lecture, speaker IIze Brands Kehris discussed how migration for both humanitarian and economic reasons was accelerating the pace of demographic change in various countries. She also provided an analysis of policies tailored towards illegal and temporary migrants.

THE ISSUES

- How can governments better manage demographic changes, particularly with a focus on building social cohesion between new migrants and the existing populations?

- What are the differences that exist between the rights of new migrants vis-à-vis the rest of the population?

SPEAKER

Ms. Ilze Brands Kehris, Director, Latvian Centre for Human Rights

Funded by the European Union
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