När: Onsdag 29 november 2017  14:00-15:30
Var: Embassy of Canada to Sweden (Raoul Wallenberg room, 7th floor), Klarabergsgatan 23, Stockholm


In an era of global migration and demographic shifts, how do two like-minded nations reap the benefits of international labour mobility while honouring their commitments to international solidarity and refugee resettlement?

The seminar will provide an opportunity for government and academic representatives to compare and contrast approaches to immigration policy in a time of shifting values and international migration challenges.

13:30 Registration and coffee
14:00 Heather Grant, Ambassador of Canada to Sweden – Welcoming remarks
14:10 Marta Morgan, Deputy Minister, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
14:25 Johanna Peyron, Director, Division for Migration and Asylum Policy, Swedish Ministry of Justice
14:40 Professor Trygve Ugland, Department of Politics and International Studies, Bishop’s University, Québec – Presentation of upcoming report on potential for policy learning in Scandinavia from Canada’s Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program
15:00 Panel discussion / Q & A – Moderated by Minna Ljunggren, Head of Migration & Integration Program, FORES – Forum for Reforms, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability
15:30 Networking reception 16:30 Event ends

Places are limited. Pre-registration is necessary for security purposes. Please note that you will be required to present photo ID upon arrival.

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Sista anmälningsdag 27 november.