Reconsidering migrations: towards unrestricted mobility in the

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Reconsidering migrations: towards unrestricted mobility in the
Conference program
Reconsidering migrations: towards unrestricted mobility in the
Mediterranean area
Tunis, Hôtel Majestic, 30th Sept- 1st Oct
Organized by
Hassan Boubakri, Federica Sossi, Martina Tazzioli
and www.storiemigranti.org
Conference organized by REMDH; Cimade ; Centre de Tunis pour les Migrations et
l’Asile (CETUMA) ; Forum Social Tunisien pour les Droits Economiques et Sociaux (FSTDES) ;
universitary website Storiemigranti ; Fédération des Tunisiens pour une Citoyenneté des
deux Rives (FTCR) ; Forschungsgesellschaft Flucht und Migration
Friday, September 30th
9.00-9.30: Reception and opening of the conference
Hassan Boubakri, Swanie Potot, Federica Sossi, Martina Tazzioli
Ridha Raddaoui (Remdh); Anne-Sophie Wender (Cimade)
9.30-13.00: Control policies and confinements
Moderator: Swanie Potot
Break
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Federica Sossi, Università di Bergamo / www.storiemigranti.org, Space and migration
Monia Benjemia, Université de Carthage / ATFD / CETUMA and Souheyma Ben Achour, Université de
Jendouba / CETUMA, Irregular migration and democratic transition in Tunisia
Helmut Dietrich, Forschungsgesellschaft Flucht und Migration, Criminalization of “Harragas” in the
Maghreb and an extra- territorial policy of the E.U. from 2003
Fulvio Vassallo Paleologo, Università di Palermo / Asgi / Borderline-Europe, Rights under siege
Saïb Musette, CREAD Alger, Algerian migrations
Luca Masera, Arci, Lampedusa: detention policies and rejection
Annamaria Rivera, Università di Bari / Associazione Senzaconfine, Control policies and confinement
after the “Arab Spring” and the war in Libya
- Antonio Mazzeo, Journalist, Military partnership between Italy and Tunisia against migrants
Walid Fellah’s documentary: Liberté 302
Debate with the audience
14.30-19.00: Migrants’ strategies, spontaneous movements and governmental practices
Moderator: Martina Tazzioli
- Gabriele Del Grande , Fortress Europe, Harraga. Migration as a revolt.
- Mehdi Mabrouk, Université de Tunis, Family, migratory project and culpability. The case of migratory
waves after the Tunisian revolution.
- Mehdi Lahlou, INSEA – Rabat, The Mediterranean sea, an area of unrestricted mobility?
- Omeyya Seddik, FTCR, Migrants’ condition. Hypothesis about the migrants prototype position and
strategies of mobility in social and political change in Tunisia
- Hafidha Chekir, ATFD, Problems of migrant women in Tunisia
- Laura Verduci, Marta Bellingreri, Terre des hommes, Tunisia’s minors: critical view and perspectives
Debate
Break
-
Ryzlène Dahhan, Université de Nice-URMIS, Solidarity movement towards Tunisians migrants in
Ventimiglia (Italy) from April to June 2011
- Stefano Zigulia, ARCI, 18 December 2011: Day of global action for the rights of migrants
- Ilaria Vecchi, Askavusa, Askavusa: grassroots movements intervention during and after a declared state
of emergency
- Martina Tazzioli, Goldsmiths University of London, Population aid and humanitarian economy between
Zarzis and the Libyan border
- Hassan Boubakri, Université de Sousse / CETUMA and Swanie Potot, IRD-CNRS-URMIS, Welcoming of
Libyan refugees by the Tunisian civil society
Debate
Saturday, October 1st
9.00-12.30: Unrestricted mobility and right of migrate (8-9 interventions)
Moderator: Federica Sossi
- Catherine Teule, Remdh, “Dialogue for migrations, mobility and security between the E.U. and the
south Mediterranean countries”: which space for migrants and refugees’ fundamental rights?
- Hélène Flautre, Eurodéputée Europe Ecologie – Les Verts, E.U., Arab springs : it’s high time for a EuroMediterranean pact of mobility!
- Michel Agier, Centre d'Études Africaine IRD and EHESS, Humanitarian peace : foundations and forms
- Bernd Kasparek, Welcome to Europe, Unlock borders
- Conni Gunsser, Afrique-Europe-Interact / Conseil de réfugiés Hambourg / Pro Asyl, Freedom instead of
Frontex! No possible democracy without universal freedom of movement
- Anne-Sophie Wender, Cimade, Seeking democracy face to the critical position of the inhumane
european migration policy
Break
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Migreurop -GISTI, For a full right to emigrate. Ways for democratic and based on solidarity EuroMediterranean relations
Alassane Dicko, AME, Freedom of movement between south and north facing the challenges of
European migration policies
Elkbir Lemseguem, Gadem, Migration in Morocco
Noureddine Bellahbib, Abcds, Morocco: migrants at the border
Nicanor Haon, Boats 4 People, Boats 4 People : flotilla of solidarity in the Mediterranean
13.30-14.30: Points of view, Free debate
Moderator: Hassan Boubakri
14.30-18.00: Debate and declaration redaction
18.00: Press conference
List of participants (alphabetic order):
Michel Agier (IRD et EHESS Centre d'Études Africaine) ;
Noureddine Bellahbib, (Association Beni Znassen pour la culture le développement et la solidarité ABCDS,
Morocco)
Souheyma Ben Achour (Université de Jendouba, Centre de Tunis pour la Migration et l’Asile CETUMA) ;
Marta Bellingreri (Terre des Hommes) ;
Monia Benjemia (Université de Tunis, Association Tunisienne des Femmes Démocrates ATFD, Centre de Tunis
pour la Migration et l’Asile CETUMA) ;
Hassan Boubakri (Université de Sousse, Centre de Tunis pour la Migration et l’Asile CETUMA) ;
Hafidha Chekir (Association Tunisienne des Femmes Démocrates ATFD);
Ryzlène Dahhan (Université de Nice-Unité de recherche Migrations et société URMIS) ;
Gabriele Del Grande (Fortress Europe) ;
Alassane Dicko (Association malienne des expulsés AME) ;
Helmut Dietrich (Forschungsgesellschaft Flucht und Migration, Centre de Recherche sur l'Exil et la Migration);
Hélène Flautre, (Eurodéputée, Europe Ecologie – Les Verts) ;
Nicanor Haon (Migeurop - Boats 4 People) ;
Conni Gunsser (Afrique-Europe-Interact, Conseil de réfugiés Hambourg, Pro Asyl) ;
Mehdi Lahlou (INSEA – Rabat) ;
Elkbir Lemseguem (Groupe Antiraciste d’Accompagnement et de Défense des Etrangers et Migrants GADEM)
Bernd Kasparek (Welcome to Europe);
Mehdi Mabrouk (Université de Tunis - FSTDES) ;
Luca Masera (Arci) ;
Antonio Mazzeo (Journalist) ;
Saïb Musette (Centre de Recherche Appliqué pour le Développement CREAD) ;
Swanie Potot (IRD-CNRS, Unité de recherche migrations et société URMIS) ;
Annamaria Rivera (Università di Bari, Associazione Senzaconfine) ;
Ridha Raddaoui (Réseau Euro-Méditerranéen des Droits de l'Homme Remdh)
Omeyya Seddik (Fédération des Tunisiens pour une Citoyenneté des deux Rives FTCR) ;
Federica Sossi (Università di Bergamo ; www.storiemigranti.org);
Martina Tazzioli (Goldsmiths University) ;
Catherine Teule, (Réseau Euro-Méditerranéen des Droits de l'Homme Remdh)
Fulvio Vassallo Paleologo (Università di Palermo ; Asgi / Borderline-europe) ;
Ilaria Vecchi (Askavusa, Lampedusa) ;
Laura Verduci (Terre des hommes);
Anne-Sophie Wender (Cimade) ;
Stefano Zigulia (Arci) ;
And the members of the following associations: Ligue tunisienne des Droits de l’Homme (LTDH) ; Melting potWelcome ; Sinistra Euromediterranea (Sem); Association des Femmes Tunisiennes pour la Recherche en
Développement (Afturd) ; Forum Social Tunisien pour les Droits Economiques et Sociaux (FSTDES).

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