Free public film screening and discussion of the award-winning documentary TRACE 6.15-7.45 p.m. Thurs. 5th May (Room 101, Atrium Building, Saint Mary's University).
International Workshop on Asylum Regimes, Bordering Practices and Asylum Seekers' Experiences: Gendering Violence and Precarity in Forced Migration. In-person collaboration between WASEM Project and JMEUCE from 5th-6th May. Includes free PUBLIC film screening and discussion of the award-winning documentary TRACE -- see above.
EU Study Tour (2nd-26th May 2022) & Internship Programme- "an excellent study opportunity -- less a "course" than an immersion in European institutions, a program for self-directed and independent study. Partial funding available from JMEUCE. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for application details and how to do the tour for credit. Note that this year's "tour"will be online but with an optional, in-person internship programme from 30th May with placements in Europe for approx. two months. Contact us for details.
Interested in doing research in Europe on an EU-relevant topic? $6,000 Mitacs GRA scholarships available for Dal students. Contact email@example.com for information.
Visit to the JMEUCE by Charlotte Montel, Counsellor for Cultural and Scientific Cooperation, French Embassy in Ottawa, and Chloé Saulas, Cultural Attaché, Consulate General of France in Moncton. 10th Nov. 2021.
Online lecture on Euro-African Borderwork and Local Politics in the Sahel, Philippe Frowd, School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa. 2nd Nov. 2021 via Collaborate Ultra.
Room 339, Henry Hicks Building, Dalhousie University, P.O. Box 15000,
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+1 902 494 2980, firstname.lastname@example.org
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