We are pleased to invite you to the presentation of the results of the Migrimage Erasmus project which will take place on Friday 30/9/2022 at 8:00 pm in Sapphos Square, as part of the event “Mediterranean Researcher’s Night” of the University of the Aegean.
A concert with Rad Music International will follow.
@migrimage_ MIGRIMAGE is an Erasmus Plus Project dealing with questions of representation of migration in the Southern Borders of Europe. It is made up of a group of three Universities and three NGOs working in the field, with direct knowledge and experience in migration issues: the University of Granada, the University of Salento and the University of the Aegean (Lesvos), the Andalusian Union for Development (Spain), ARCI Lecce Solidarieta’ Cooperativa Sociale (Italy) and Solidarity Lesvos (Greece).
The fruit of this two-year collaboration is the creation of an online interactive documentary (Web Documentary), a series of online courses (Massive Open Online Courses) and finally an Interdisciplinary Master’s Degree that will be taught from the academic year 2023/2024 at the partner universities.
Program themes include intermedial narratives and social activism (Granada), digital and citizen journalism (Lecce) and critical, anti-colonial geography, collective mapping and video-documentary creation as tools for cross-border action research and social change (Lesvos).
The program will be presented by:
Kristi Petropoulos if. professor at the University of the Aegean, Department of Geography.
Yannis Skopeteas an. professor at the University of the Aegean, Department of Cultural Technology and Communication.
Elisavet Stavrianoudaki, sociologist, educator, member of Solidarity Lesvos.
Special guest Jason Apostolopoulos, rescuer on @mediterranearescue‘s ship Mare Jonio
The results of the program will be available to the public at the Geography department stand.
We are waiting for you!