CORSI ALTA FORMAZIONE
SUMMER SCHOOL “FAMILY LIFE AND RIGHTS OF MIGRANT CHILDREN IN THE EUROPEAN UNION” JEAN MONNET MODULE MARS
The Course is intended for the following main recipients: professionals (such as: public officers, lawyers, consultants, legal operators, social workers, guardians) and academics, Ph.D. students and students (who have a general knowledge of the matter and intending to upgrade their knowledge and competences.
Participants will be trained to acquire a comprehensive understanding of the right to private and family life of migrant children, with particular reference to international covenants, regional treaties and EU law. A particular attention will be devoted to the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Union Court of Justice and to the current challenges to migrant children rights, such as the impact of Covid-19, climate change, human trafficking and smuggling.
The first session of 23-25 June is aimed at analysing the right to private and family life in international and EU law, the reception of migrant children, the protection of migrant children against trafficking and smuggling. The second session of 15-16 July 2021 is aimed to investigate the international redress mechanisms, the strategic litigation for the protection of migrant children’s right to family life, the prevention of statelessness and the protection of unaccompanied minors. The third session of 19-20 July 2021 is devoted to the analysis of the current challenges to migrant children rights and the EU policies for the protection of migrant children.
Trainers are academics and experts from European Commission, FRA, ICJ, UNHCR, Save the Children, ECRE, etc.
The summer school “Family life and rights of migrant children in the European Union” is organized in the framework of the three-year Jean Monnet Module MARS “Migration, Asylum and Rights of Minors”.
The Course aims to provide:
- an advanced insight on the international and EU law on immigration and asylum, with a particular reference to international covenants and regional treaties (such as the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the UN Refugee Convention, the European Convention on Human Rights), to the EU directive 2003/86/EC on the right to family and to the implementation of the right to family life in the Common European Asylum System;
- practical and immediately applicable knowledge, using a multidisciplinary perspective, on the right to private and family life of migrant children, offering also an overview of the relevant case law through case study analysis and a strategic litigation session;
- an overview of challenges that EU and Member States are facing in protecting children rights, such as the impact of Covid-19, climate change, human trafficking and smuggling, birth registration and prevention of statelessness, transition to the adulthood for unaccompanied minors, etc.
The most relevant issues arising from the new EU Pact on Migration and Asylum, from the EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child and from the legislations of the EU Member States will be discussed during the lectures, providing participants with all the relevant teaching materials (regulations, case-law, reports, etc.).
The Course will be based on a participatory methodology, including several case studies and Q&A sessions planned to stimulate the interaction between trainers and trainees and to promote the creation of a network among all the participants. The topics will be analysed adopting an interdisciplinary approach, involving trainers from different disciplines and backgrounds. The training material will be available on a devoted platform and on the MARS website (www.mars.santannapisa.it).
- € 200,00.
- € 150,00 - early bird discount for candidates applying before the 6th June 2021.
- € 150,00 - for those who have already attended the intensive training course “International protection and rights of minors in the European Union”, organized in 2020-2021 in the framework of the Jean Monnet Module MARS
- Exemption from enrolment fees for No. 5 foreign students who are refugees or subsidiary protection holders (including refugee students who participate to the Project University Corridors for Refugees - UNICORE)
At the end of the Course only participants who have attended at least 70% of the classes, passed the final learning assessment test and have paid the tuition fee, will receive a Certificate of Attendance including University Credits acquired.