Panel discussion: “Stealing jobs? Labor migration from East to West”

On Monday 14 May from 6 - 8 PM the Eastern European Students Association (EESA) is organizing a panel discussion about the labor migration across Europe, particularly from the East of Europe to the West. The aim of the event is to explore the opportunities and threats that students and professionals may face in the labor market in the light of increasing globalization and labor market convergence within the European Union.

Delegates from various Eastern European embassies will participate in the panel discussion such as H.E. Mrs. Andrea Gustovic-Ercegovac (Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia), Ms. Krisztina Varga (Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of Hungary), Mrs. Katarzyna Banaszkiewicz (Head of the Political - Economic Section) and Mr. Maciej Bernatowicz (Counsellor for Economic Affairs), both of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, and Mr. Cornel Gojnea, Labor and Social Affairs Attaché of the Embassy of Romania.

This event takes place in the Auditorium (Aula) on campus Woudestein, located in the Erasmus Building. Do you like to attend this EESA event, please register here.