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Deep Dive “Migration 4.0” on “Digital Tools”

Invitation-only event as part of the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union

Summary

During this “deep dive” we will learn more about the digital transformation that administrations working on migration, integration and asylum have undertaken so far. Which digital tools are currently in use, tested or planned? What political or ethical questions are relevant to consider and discuss - and with whom? The discussion will be kicked off by inputs from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (CIC) and the Immigration Policy Lab, who will share their experiences and insights on these questions.

Speakers

Patrick McEvenue

Senior Director, Strategic Policy and Planning

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (CIC)

Government of Canada

 

Dominik Hangartner

ETH Zurich and Immigration Policy Lab

Switzerland

 

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Main organizer/s
Government of Germany
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Published

Deep Dive “Migration 4.0” on “Digital Tools”

Date: -

Invitation-only event as part of the German Presidency of the Council of the European Union

Summary

During this “deep dive” we will learn more about the digital transformation that administrations working on migration, integration and asylum have undertaken so far. Which digital tools are currently in use, tested or planned? What political or ethical questions are relevant to consider and discuss - and with whom? The discussion will be kicked off by inputs from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (CIC) and the Immigration Policy Lab, who will share their experiences and insights on these questions.

Speakers

Patrick McEvenue

Senior Director, Strategic Policy and Planning

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (CIC)

Government of Canada

 

Dominik Hangartner

ETH Zurich and Immigration Policy Lab

Switzerland

 


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