DATE: 2020

European Union and Integration Policies for Third-Country Nationals – Self-Training Notebook


Human Rights in Europe and Migration: Law, Policies and Practices
by Ioannis Papageorgiou, Associate Professor, School of PoliticalScience, Aristotle University (AUTh)

  • Introduction to International Refugee and Migration Law
  • Current EU Framework for Third-Country Nationals
  • Constitutional Reforms of the Current EU Framework

Equal in Law, Equal in Society
by Andreas Takis, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Aristotle University (AUTh)

  • Equal Treatment for All – The Case Law of the Court of the EU
  • EU as a Human Rights Actor Globally

The Concept of Integration

  • Migrants, Refugees and Integration
    by EftychiaVoutira, Professor at the Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies at the University of Macedonia
  • Exercises on Investigating Integration Differently
    by Despina Syrri, Director, Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece, Affiliated to the Council of Europe Network of Schools


This publication is a Self-trainingNotebook on EU and Integration Policies for Third-CountryNationals, produced by Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece in the framework of the Jean Monnet project Discourses onSymbiosis, Social Inclusion, Integration and Solidarity in the European Union / SymbEU, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme – Jean Monnet Activities of the European Union. The Self-training Notebook was completed in the spring of 2020.

© Symbiosis. Thessaloniki, 2020

The opinions expressed are those of the authors.

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