The Tresegy Project Symposium took place at UdL on the 22nd and 23rd May
The Tresegy Project is funded by the European Union and has developed research during the last three years, including case studies in nine different contexts from six countries. Its main goal is to analyse the cultural practices and the processes of socio-economical integration and exclusion of young immigrants, especially the so-called "second generation" immigrants, both at a local and at a comparative level.
|UdL concentrated its research work on Latin-Americans living in Catalonia, one of the groups that most highly increased in the last few years, due to massive migrations and family reunification policies|
The conclusions of different territorial studies were presented on the 23rd May at 10.30 a.m. in the Assembly Hall of the Rectorat building. A round table followed with the participation, among others, of UdL lecturer Fidel Molina, Marc Goffart, from the European Commission, and Luca Queirolo Palmas, from Genoa University.