The Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR) runs an integrated training program designed to prepare provide civilian, military and police experts for missions to complex humanitarian emergencies. Melita H. Sunjic is one of the trainers.
Europa soll nicht nur über afrikanische Migranten reden, sondern auch mit ihnen und endlich die Betroffenen selbst in die Suche nach Lösungen mit einbeziehen.
In the framework of Austria’s EU Presidency, 250 parliamentarians met for an Interparliamentary conference in Vienna discussing Security, Migration and External Borders. Melita H. Sunjic presented 7 Theses for regularizing migration. Closing borders was not one of them.
Transcultural Projektmitarbeiterin Shannon Kahnert berichtete in Berlin über das Projekt „Mapping der frankophonen afrikanischen Diaspora in Deutschland“. Anlass war 6.
Transcultural Campaigning goes Kurdistan: Melita H. Sunjic has been invited to speak at a Congress on the Future of Kurds, organized by the University of Sulaymaniya. She also used the opportunity to talk to refugee families in Arbat.
Transcultural Campaigning Director Melita H. Sunjic hat the privilege to moderate one of the panels at the Annual Conference of the European Migration network in Vienna in the Grand Hall at the Federation of Austrian Industries.
Transcultural Campaigning started a 5-month research project mapping the francophone African diaspora in Germany and Austria. It is mostly funded by the German Government with a contribution from an Austrian governmental think tank.
“Wenn es um Schlepper und Fluchtgründe geht, kann man Melita Sunjic nichts vormachen. Europa setze an der falschen Stelle an.”
Presentation on Attitude Change – the Royal Discipline of Campaigning at the Khartoum Process Meeting on Awareness Raising Campaigns in The Hague, 19/20 June 2018.
During a meeting of EU Communication Multipliers at the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) in Valletta, Melita Sunjic gave a key note address on “Planning and Delivering Communication Campaigns in the Area of Asylum and Migration” on 23 March 2018.