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9> 11 FEBRUARY
THE “COLLEGE OF
POSSIBLE WORLDS »ASKS MIGRATION
The College of Possible Worlds has just been invented in Deauville.
His vocation? Bring together intellectuals, experts, authors and actors of public life to feed the citizen debate around major societal questions which are announced for the next decades.
The challenge ? To tackle the subjects which will have an impact on the physiognomy of our common world, with priority in the difficult subjects, those for which the society seems deprived. Those for whom it is important to mobilize and give its opinion. Religion, ecology, geopolitics, the College will mobilize twice a year experts who think and politicians or members of civil society who act.

On the initiative of Philippe Augier and with the support of Régis Debray,
the College of Possible Worlds intends to launch reflection on the major questions that societies will face.
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A FIRST EMERGENCY SEMINAR:
“MIGRATION, FOR WHAT WORLD? "

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While the reflection in Europe on migration begins and the French government is drafting a law on the subject, the College urgently brings together in Deauville, the first weekend of February, people of expertise and people of experience to reflect together and publicly on this beginning of the century, which seems to be that of "the age of migration".
Hundreds of millions of migrants are announced for the coming decades ...
Political, climatic, emergency, economic migrations - the whole world seems to be engaged in a gigantic movement. Hundreds of millions of migrants are announced for the decades to come. In Europe, in the Americas, in Asia ... No space on the planet seems to be spared. It is as if humanity, for a considerable part of its population, had become nomadic. Faced with these migrations, societies seem to be taken aback.

How to react ? Regulate? To accompany ? To welcome ? Underline the borders in one stroke? Build walls? No doubt these migrations are the great unthought of our time.

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RESERVE YOUR PLACE TO ATTEND
IN DEBATES AND CONFERENCES

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FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY
20 p.m. - Morny Club Cinema
Screening of the film "Eden to the West" by Costa Gavras
As in the Odyssey, Elias' adventure begins in the Aegean Sea. On the same sea, under the same sun and the same sky as at the dawn of civilization. After many adventures, including a stopover in paradise and a brief stay in hell, his epic ends in Paris. Paris, which each wanderer sees shining in the depths of his dreams in his uncertain sleep.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10
9:30 am> 13:00 pm - Deauville International Center
DEBATES AND STATUS


OPENING
by Philippe Augier, Mayor of Deauville and founding member.

THE PLACE OF AFRICA IN MIGRATION
PRESENT AND COMING

By Francois Héran, professor at the Collège de France.

THE WELCOME POLICIES OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
By Jean-Christophe Dumont, director of employment, work
and social affairs at the OECD.


WHO IS A REFUGEE TODAY?
By Pierre Henry, managing director of the France Terre d'Asile association.

15:00 am> 18:00 pm - Deauville International Center

MIGRATIONS: WHAT LESSONS TO LEARN
FROM THE GERMAN EXPERIENCE?

By Jens althoff, director of the Paris office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

“MIGRANT” POLICY IN FRANCE, AT A GLANCE
By Didier Leschi, Director General of the French Office for Immigration and Integration.

CALAIS AND AFTER
By
Fabienne Buccio, prefect of the Normandy Region
et Michel Lalande, prefect of Hauts de France.

18:00 p.m. - Deauville International Center

DIALOGUE AROUND WORLD MIGRATIONS,
CIVILIZATION CHALLENGES

By Benjamin Stora, president of the City of Immigration and
Didier Leschi, Director General of the French Office for Immigration and Integration.

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11
9:30 am> 13:00 pm - Deauville International Center

Home by Philippe Augier, Mayor of Deauville.

AROUND VERY LONG-TERM MIGRATION
By Hervé Le Bras, demographer.

AROUND THE CRISIS OF MIGRANTS IN GREECE
By Maria stavropoulou, former director of the asylum service in Greece.

RESPONDING TO THE MIGRATORY CHALLENGES OF THE XNUMXST CENTURY
By Marielle de Sarnez, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee
of the National Assembly.


DEMOCRACY, FACING MIGRATION

Diaolgue with Bernard Cazeneuve, former Prime Minister.

FENCING
Programming in progress
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