Institute of International Relations of Moldova (IRIM) is interested in the topic of migration and asylum in Europe having PhD students and professors examining this research field. We could organize a round table of three announced, inviting specialists from different countries of the Eastern Partnership. We could fall into the following activities:
• active participation in classes for students as special guests within the EUMIGRO project
• active participation in degree seminars for students as special guests within the EUMIGRO project
• co-organization of open lectures
• co-organization of study visits
• preparation of joint publications and conference presentations
Project coordinator at the Institute of International Relations of Moldova, is Jean Monet Professor Liudmila Rosca, doctor habilitate in philosophy, professor, author of two monographs, 6 books, 153 scientific articles. At the moment, the following projects are underway at IRIM: 2 Jean Monet projects, 2 Erasmus + projects, academic mobility - Bilateral: Oradea, Romania - IRIM, Chisinau, Moldova; Panteion, Athens, Greece - IRIM, Chisinau, Moldova. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ludmila Golovataia holds PhD in Economics. She is an accomplished researcher from Moldova State Institute of International Relations (IRIM), where she activate as Head of International Economic Relations department within Faculty of World Economy and International Economic Relations. L. Golovataia is economics PhD holder with a research specialization in international economic relations. She concentrates her efforts on research, teaching and project-related activities through her full-time employment as an Assistant Professor at her home institute. She teaches International Economic Relations, International Economic Integration, Fundamentals of Marketing and International Marketing for the students/masters/doctors of I, II and III Cycles within the IRIM. Since 2008 Dr. Ludmila Golovataia has participated in various international research programs in which her research focused on European integration and labor migration and the problems arising from it. Since 2016–2019 she is involved as an expert from Moldova in the project titled “Connecting the European Union of Shared Aims, Freedoms, Values and Responsibilities (EUSHARE)”, conducted by Polish European Community Studies Association (PECSA) and co-financed by the European Union under the Jean Monnet Support to Associations of the Erasmus+ Programme. Earlier L. Golovataia has conducted scientific researches in number of Projects: 2013 - „Migration process in Poland in context of improving EU immigration system’s capacity for responding to global challenges”. Research Project within the Faculty of International and Political Studies, Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University (JU), Krakow, Poland; 2012-2013 - “Labor migration in the Slovak Republic, its role in the integration of Western Europe” Matej Bel University, Banska Bystrica, Slovak Republic; 2011-2012 - "Situation in the Field of Integration of labor immigrants in the Slovak Republic". Matej Bel University, Banska Bystrica, Slovak Republic; 2010-2011 - The International Visegrad Fund (IVF). Research Project within the Faculty of International and Political Studies, Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University (JU), Krakow, Poland; 2009-2010 - "The Problem of Out-Migration of Labour Force of the Slovak Republic and Lessons for the Republic of Moldova". Matej Bel University in the city of Banska Bystrica, Slovak Republic; 2008 - Curriculum Resource Center Session in International Relations and European Studies. Central European University (CEU), Hungary, Budapest. Ludmila Golovataia is author of 2 books, 2 methodological guidelines, and a large number of articles relating to her research interests.