Pécs University in Hungary has invited former MEP Lucy Nethsingha on 19 April 2021 to participate in an online lecture about migration with in particular the new developments in ASFJ (area of freedom, justice and security) and the new agenda published in September 2020 by the European Commission.
The guest lecture was part of the course “The European Parliament and its Political Groups” taught both in English and Hungarian and designed to introduce students to the historical evolution, structure, competences and place of the European Parliament in the institutional system of the European Union. Besides the theory, the instructions intend to cover practical implications related to specific policies of the EU through the lenses of the EP political groups. The policy targeted for this particular guest lecture was Area of Freedom, Security and Justice – with special emphasis on migration.
The audience mainly consisted of 25 students, but was also open for the whole university.
The webinar was broadcast live on Facebook on 19 April at 16:00.