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Facing the future of migration: German, Swedish, and Danish perspectives
Looking at Germany, Sweden, and Denmark, each of these three states have differed in their approaches and experiences in dealing with the migration policy dilemma, with the migration issue reaching new political heights following the 2015 migrant crisis.

What can we learn from each state’s experiences in the migration policy arena, and in what direction might attitudes and migration policies in each state be heading? What impact might developments on the EU and EU neighborhood level have on developments in these three states, and might the developments in these three states affect developments on the EU level?

We welcome you to join our live broadcast discussion on Zoom! A recorded version of the discussion will later be shared on the KAS Nordic Countries Project YouTube channel.

For technical inquiries, please contact richard.forsen@kas.de.

Program
16:00 Opening and Welcome
Gabriele Baumann, KAS Resident Representative to the Nordic countries.

Speakers’ Input
• Dr. Bernd Parusel, political scientist and migration expert at The Swedish Migration Agency.
• Dr. Jan Schneider, Head of Research Unit at The Expert Council on Integration and Migration (SVR) gGmbH.
• Assoc. Prof. Karen Nielsen Breidahl, Associate professor at the Department of Politics and Society at Aalborg University.

Manfred Schüler, Deputy Head of the German Embassy Stockholm, will moderate the discussion.

Q&A

17:15 End of the event
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