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Women and migration

Women & Migration - Sharing Stories of Resilience

Women and Migration is a collaborative storytelling project launched by Dr Katie Kuschminder and an international team to tell how gender affects migration.

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Prof. Pace at

Prof. Pace at Annual Danish European Association- European Community Studies Association Conference 2021.

Today we would like to share the news about one of our SIRIUS partners, Prof.

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

25 November International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Today, around the world, people raise their voices against all forms of violence against women. 

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Migrants wait at the Polish border to enter the EU

Crisis at the Border Between Poland and Belarus Continues

The latest news confirms that the humanitarian crisis at the borders between Poland and Belarus has escalated in the last few days. 

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Filippo Grandi on 70 years of Refugees Convention

UN High Commissioner for Refugees addresses European Parliament marking 70 years of the Refugee Convention

"Nobody chooses to be a refugee. To be subjected to violence or persecution because of who one is.

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"Denmark - Borders Closed"

Documentary "Denmark - Borders Closed"

How does it feel to live in an area that the government has designated as a ghetto that needs to be dismantled? Is it acceptable that too many “non-western” immigrants can make an area a ghetto?

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Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair

CONFERENCE ON GLOBAL ENCOUNTERS IN PALESTINIAN REFUGEE CAMP- YARMOUK IN DAMASCUS, SYRIA

Saturday 30th of October 2021 

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migration policy work

Those Who Pay the Piper Calls the Tune: Meta-Organisation and Capacities of the Third Sector in Migration Policies

We are pleased to inform you about the publication of this article, edited by Čada, K., Numerato, D.

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Covid and migration

How Covid-19 upended our understanding of migration, citizenship and inequality

In Belgium, Marco Martiniello, Université de Liège and Anna Triandafyllidou, Ryerson University, are part of an ongoing research program betwee

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digital economy

Work in transition: Digital economy and its implications for democracy

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seasonal workers in Sicily

Migrants, in the shantytown of Trapani people die killed by flames

 

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