COVID-19 has initially affected China’s neighbouring countries, the United States and Europe. While the outbreak has since spread from these areas into other regions and back into East Asia, these patterns have resulted in many of the world’s wealthiest and best-connected countries bearing the brunt of the early health impacts of the pandemic. Geographic position, relative level of wealth and international connections also make these countries attractive destinations for migrant workers, international students, asylum seekers and refugees.
The event aims to analyze the impact of international cooperation towards migration during the COVID 19 pandemic. Particularly, the consequences for Spain and Malaga in this regard.
The online conference is comprised of 4 modules and presentations by experts, followed by Q&A sessions.
Open to public, particularly professionals intersted in migration issues.