The Erasmus Mundus MITRA programme was launched in 2012 and was originally called “Intercultural Mediation: Identities, Mobilities, and Conflicts”. In the following years, it focused more specifically on the so-called "migrant crisis" in contemporary European societies.

Moving beyond this Eurocentric approach, the programme now aims to study both local and international migratory dynamics. As a consequence, MITRA teaching staff have allowed for more focus on migrations to be brought into the project. 

The MITRA Master programme is an Erasmus Joint Master Degree (EJMD), co-funded by the European Agency (EACEA), since 2012 (2012-2018) and again since 2019 (2019-2024).

The consortium is based on complementary disciplinary approaches and includes various sites of study. The different courses offer a vast range of potential field surveys in the host countries located in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe, as well as Brazil and Senegal.

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