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Center for European Studies presents: Immigration ‘Crises’ in Europe from 2000 to Present

341 Eggers Hall

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In the last two decades three different and yet overlapping crises have underpinned the development of migration flows and immigrant settlement in Europe, i.e. the integration crisis since the early 2000s, the economic crisis since 2007 and, last but not least, the current refugee crisis. These crises reflect the difficulty of Europe in coming to terms with being a de facto continent of immigration. 

Lunch will be served.

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Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs
346 Eggers Hall