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Month: February 2014

CfP – Equal is Not Enough

CfP – Equal is Not Enough

Equal is not Enough: Exploring novel theoretical and empirical approaches to study the shaping of (in)equalities organised by the Policy Research Centre on Equality Policies (PRCEP). 4-6 February, 2015 Antwerp, Belgium. The conference is organised in four thematic sections: Section 1: The relation between law and social policy Section 2: (Re)shaping (in)equalities in and through politics and policies Section 3: Diversity and (in)equality in work and organisations Section 4: Equality, policy and the life course Key note speeches will be given by: Professor…

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CfP – Making the Most of Migration

CfP – Making the Most of Migration

23 May 2014 Universitaire Stichting, Brussels, Belgium Confirmed Speakers Frank van Tubergen (Utrecht University) “The Social Networks of Immigrant Children in Europe” Martin Ruhs (Oxford University) “The Price of Rights: Regulating International Labour Migration” Michael Samers (University of Kentucky) “Survival in the City: How do Young Immigrants in France make a living?” Thomas Liebig (OECD, Paris) “OECD Indicators, and the Fiscal Impact of Migration on Host societies” Click here for further details. Submission deadline: 15 March 2014.

CfP – Glasgow Panel – Party Reactions to Immigration in New Destination Countries

CfP – Glasgow Panel – Party Reactions to Immigration in New Destination Countries

Abstract: Party reactions to immigration in new destination countries is a little studied topic. However, the sharp increase — in a very short period of time — of immigration to several European countries (such as Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain) that were traditional senders of migration provides an excellent opportunity for new avenues of research into topics such as agenda setting, issue ownership, policy mandates and policy responsiveness in relation to the issue of immigration. This panel welcomes empirical papers…

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