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Agenda: SciCafe 2.0 Consortium: European Observatory for Crowd-sourcing Workshop

Agenda: SciCafe 2.0 Consortium: European Observatory for Crowd-sourcing Workshop

Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery and Migration: A European Crisis

Date: 9th March (10:30 – 16:30)

Venue: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Piazzale Aldo Moro 7, Aula Bisogno, Rome

Programme:

10:30

Welcome address by Corrado Bonifazi, Director of CNR-IRPPS

Introduction by Atta Badii, Coordinator of the SciCafe project

Session 1: Chair: Atta Badii

  • Human Trafficking in the Italian context: some conceptual issues and research results

          Enrico Pugliese 

  • Tension on humanitarian resources, internal open borders, external European borders, host communities and social cohesion, Any Socially Rooted Solutions?

          Paola Degani, Maura Misiti

  • The hard conditions of foreign people in jail: from rights' violation to abandonment.

    Silvia Caravita

14:00

Session 2: Chair: Adriana Valente

  • EMN studies on smuggling of migrants

    Marco Accorinti and Mattia Vitiello

  • Caught in Between: Contrasting Early Marriages in Roma Communities through Civil and Political Engagement. A Roman experience

          Monica Rossi

  • Intelligent anti-trafficking suite: Socio-ethical and Participative Engagement Technologies to prevent and combat human trafficking

         Atta Badii, Augustina Brizuela, Horacio Brizuela, and Luis Alfonso Palomares

  • SciCafe 2.0 Objectives and Achievements

        Atta Badii, Balint Balazs

 

 

SciCafe2-0 Consortium; European Observatory for Crowd-Sourcing Workshop

SciCafe2-0 Consortium; European Observatory for Crowd-Sourcing Workshop

Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery and Migration: A European Crisis

Date 9th March (10:30-16:30)

Venue: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Piazzale Aldo Moro 7, Aula Bisogno, Rome

Focus: Tension on humanitarian resources, internal open borders, external European borders,

host communities and social cohesion, Any Socially Rooted Solutions?

Context: As one of the fastest growing criminal eco-systems Modern Slavery masks and morphs itself continuously; adopting new forms and exploiting the internet-based services such as web advertising, the dark web and social media to recruit victims.  The ubiquity and geo-distributed jurisdictions through which this sector operates calls for a wide-scale concerted effort at all levels to attempt to prevent such crime or at least reduce its scale and mitigate its adverse effects on European structures, relations, mobility and cohesion.

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2nd SciCafe2.0 Lunchtime Webinar

The SciCafe2.0 Consortium held the 2nd Lunchtime Webinar. You can see the video with a Q&A session below: