Remove: Repensando la migración desde la frontera de Venezuela: nuevo programa académico en movilidad humana y convivencia en la Comunidad Andina

Remove: Repensando la migración desde la frontera de Venezuela: nuevo programa académico en movilidad humana y convivencia en la Comunidad Andina







Unibo structure involved: Department of Political and Social Sciences - SPS

Scientific manager: Giorgia Pavani

Unibo Team: Silvia Bagni, Sabrina Ragone, Lucio Pegoraro, Susanna Villani, Marco Borraccetti, Francesca Curi

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Erasmus+ Action type: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices Capacity Building in higher education 
Project reference: 618506-EPP-1-2020-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

Start Date: 15 January 2021
End Date: 14 January 2024

Total: € 897,896
UNIBO: € 141,413

Coordinator:  Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna (IT)


  • Institut D'etudes Politiques de Paris (FR)
  • Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar (EC)
  • Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Senora Delrosario Corporacion Sin Animo de Lucro (CO)
  • Universidad Libre (CO)
  • Universidad Nacional de Trujillo (PE)
  • Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (PE)
  • Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha (ES)
  • Universidad de Cadiz (ES)
  • Università degli Studi di Siena (IT)



The REMOVE project aims to the general objective of developing an intercultural and inclusive educational offer concerning human mobility, through a didactic methodology shared among the Universities of the member countries, encouraging the creation of a common legal framework within the CAN, for the promotion and protection of the rights of migrants. The project has the following specific objectives:

  • build a specific professional operator profile in the context of migration, endowed with comparative, multidisciplinary and intercultural skills;
  • activate innovative academic programs in order to modernize and internationalize the postgraduate educational offer and respond to the migratory emergency of the Region;
  • create a common theoretical framework, in order to share responses on human mobility among CAN countries. The planned methodology consists in: realizing a preparatory study on the labor market situation and the existing educational offer; high training of Latin American lecturers and professors during training schools in Europe; common creation of the new educational curricula; conducting a pilot course; accreditation and activation of the corresponding courses.The main results of the project will be:
    - the awareness of students, academics and stakeholders about the importance of an intercultural, inclusive and common management of migration;
    - dissemination of best practices in the field of migration;
    - the organization of 3 schools in Europe and 22 trained lecturers and professors;
    - publication of didactic manuals;
    - 1 pilot course and minimum 30 students trained;
    - REMOVE programs included in the university educational curricula;
    - creation of research groups on the issues of migration and human mobility;
    - creation of a Network of interest in the REdMOVE project;
    - events organized in order to promote the project and launch the new programs.