A Summer Training School (STS) gathering leading scholars and experts to provide participants a theoretical and practical knowledge of key issues of using technology and big data in migration management
Hosted by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on the Integration of Migrants in Europe (IntoME), the third edition of the STS on Migration and Mobility in the Digital Age will take place at Tuscia University in Viterbo, providing Master’s, PhD students and practitioners an extensive and thorough understanding of four key aspects:
a) the progressive datafication of EU borders and its socio-political consequences;
b) the fundamental rights implications of data-driven frontiers;
c) the accountability concerns and regulatory aspects behind the deployment of digital technologies to manage migration movements;
d) the role of new technologies for migrants’ integration.
These dimensions will be explored from a variety of viewpoints, including a legal, political, social, and economic standing. To this aim, leading academics, practitioners, and experts in the fields of migration law, science and technology studies, sociology and international relations will be involved.
University of Tuscia (Viterbo)
Department of Linguistics and Literary, Historical, Philosophical and Legal Studies (DISTU)
Via San Carlo, 32 – 01100 Viterbo
Phone: +39 0761357879