Call for applications for a training programme where you can learn more about migration and integration in the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Partnership countries.

Swedish Institute Summer Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP) aims to strengthen young professionals and their individual capabilities to meet the requirements of a modern governance structure in the Baltic Sea region. The programme is targeted primarily at young professionals (up to 35 years old) from Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Sweden and Ukraine and who are employed in the state structures, in civil-society or are working as policy-makers.

Among other thematic areas, Gothenburg University is offering a training module on ‘Migration and Integration in the Eastern Partnership and the Baltic Sea Region: Policy and Administrative Challenges for the Development of Inclusive Societies’

It will be held in Tbilisi with 20 participants, 7 – 20 June 2020.

The programme is designed to assist public servants, policymakers and civil society workers in developing a more comprehensive understanding of the diverse political, societal, and administrative challenges associated with migration and integration relevant to the Baltic Sea Region, the Eastern Partnership and other states. The programme also focuses on identifying good practices at all levels of governance that have been developed to address these challenges. 

The call for applications is open until 11 March

The module on migration and integration is part of Swedish Institute’s Summer Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP).

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