Polish Institute of International Affairs on the use of migration as a tool in hybrid threats. The discussion ranged from issues around international migration as a whole to perspectives from Poland and Norway regarding the use of migrants – in particular the use of refugees fleeing conflict.

The speakers included senior experts from the Polish Institute of International Affairs and UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

Please find below the seminar program with speakers, followed by the recording of the event.

‘International migration and the use and abuse of migration as a hybrid threat strategy- Perspectives from Norway and Poland’ 

Moderator: Damian Wnukowski, Polish Institute of International Affairs

15.15 - Introduction: Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv, Professor, Centre for Peace Studies, Leader for “The Grey Zone” research group, UiT-The Arctic University of Norway and Damian Wnukowski

15.30 – Opening remarks: Patryk Kugiel, Senior Analyst, PISM

‘The Migration-Development Nexus – findings from the MiDeShare project’

15.40 – Jolanta Szymańska, European Union Programme Coordinator, PISM: Poland

‘The Belarusian border crisis and migration as a hybrid warfare?’

15.50 – Marc Lanteigne, A.Professor, Political Science, UiT-The Arctic University of Norway

‘Too many shadows: Belarusian insecurity and implications for Europe’’

16.00 – Q&A Session

16.25 – Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv, UiT. Closing remarks.

" /> Polish Institute of International Affairs on the use of migration as a tool in hybrid threats. The discussion ranged from issues around international migration as a whole to perspectives from Poland and Norway regarding the use of migrants – in particular the use of refugees fleeing conflict.

The speakers included senior experts from the Polish Institute of International Affairs and UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

Please find below the seminar program with speakers, followed by the recording of the event.

‘International migration and the use and abuse of migration as a hybrid threat strategy- Perspectives from Norway and Poland’ 

Moderator: Damian Wnukowski, Polish Institute of International Affairs

15.15 - Introduction: Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv, Professor, Centre for Peace Studies, Leader for “The Grey Zone” research group, UiT-The Arctic University of Norway and Damian Wnukowski

15.30 – Opening remarks: Patryk Kugiel, Senior Analyst, PISM

‘The Migration-Development Nexus – findings from the MiDeShare project’

15.40 – Jolanta Szymańska, European Union Programme Coordinator, PISM: Poland

‘The Belarusian border crisis and migration as a hybrid warfare?’

15.50 – Marc Lanteigne, A.Professor, Political Science, UiT-The Arctic University of Norway

‘Too many shadows: Belarusian insecurity and implications for Europe’’

16.00 – Q&A Session

16.25 – Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv, UiT. Closing remarks.

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