Professor Minna Suni to lecture at the European Challenges seminar in Szeged

19/09/2016 -
12:00 to 15:30

FinnAgora is organizing in co-operation with University of Szeged a seminar European Challenges on the 19th of September. The lectures discuss multiple social and economic challenges that modern Europe and the European Union are facing. The seminar is aimed at social sciences and economics students.

Three top lecturers will speak at the seminar: Minna Suni, professor of Finnish Language at the University of Jyväskylä, Anita Pelle, professor of European Economy and Business at the University of Szeged and Judit Tóth, professor of constitutional law at the University of Szeged. Professor Minna Suni is a specialist in language issues concerning immigration and she has lectured on challenges of multicultural Europe before.

 

The entire program:

 

12.00 a.m.

Vice rector Krisztina Karsai welcomes the audience, Cita Högnabba Lumikero opens the seminar
    

12.05 p.m.

European values and principles in the migration policy - Lecturer: Judit Tóth, Professor of Law, University of Szeged

 

12.35 p.m.       

Discussion: Questions & Answers

 

12.50 p.m.         

Promoting integration through investment in migrants’ language education: The case of Finland Lecturer: Minna Suni, Professor of Linguistics, University of Jyväskylä

 

1.20 p.m.         

Discussion, Questions & Answers

 

1.35 p.m.         

Europe's competitiveness challenges in the global context - Lecturer Anita Pelle, Professor of Economics, University of Szeged

 

2.05 p.m.         

Discussion: Questions & Answers

 

2.20 p.m.         

Summary of lectures by moderator, Introduction of round table discussion

 

2.30 p.m.

Round table discussion

 

3.10 p.m.

Closing the seminar, Cita Högnabba-Lumikero