Tallinn, a wonderful city capital of a country fundamental in Nansen’s work repatriating war prisoners and hosting Russian refugees, will host a conference with leading scholars, young researchers, policy makers, representatives from NGOs, and general participants.
The main aim of the conference is discussing about the work of Nansen and the current priorities of the European Union regarding migration, how to mitigate the negative impact of wars and prevent the displacement of millions of people who are forced to leave their homes due to wars, hunger, natural disasters or economic reasons.
Date: 27-29 September 2021
Location: Tallinn, Estonia.
Tallinn University of Technology will host the conference.
Admission will be free to fill the capacity of the premises.