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Newsletter March 2020: ECPR Standing Group (SG) Migration and Ethnicity

Newsletter March 2020: ECPR Standing Group (SG) Migration and Ethnicity

Newsletter March 2020: ECPR Standing Group (SG) Migration and Ethnicity A Warm Goodbye: January 2020 ended the three-year mandate of the Steering Committee Conveners Filippo Dionigi and David Siroky. A huge thank you to both of them for their professionalism and contributions to our SG. A Warm Welcome: After the recent SG elections, we welcome the new Convenors (mandate 2020–2023): Daniela Vintila, Université de Liège, SG chair. Main research lines: EU citizenship, immigration and diaspora policies, political engagement of immigrant…

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Submit your contributions for the Newsletter of the ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity

Submit your contributions for the Newsletter of the ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity

Dear members of ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity, We would like to invite you to contribute to the forthcoming Newsletter of our Standing Group. Our Newsletter is received by more than 300 scholars all over the world. It is a good opportunity for you to advertise your activities and disseminate your publications to a relevant specialised audience. To submit your contributions, please click on the link below and submit via the online form by the 20th of March 2020 any of the…

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ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity- Steering Committee election results

ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity- Steering Committee election results

Dear members of ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity, We have now received the results of the elections for our ECPR Standing Group. We are pleased to announce and introduce the newly elected members of our Steering Committee for the mandate 2020-2023: Daniela Vintila (Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies, University of Liege) Angeliki Konstantinidou (Centre of European Studies and Comparative Politics, SciencesPo Paris) Verena Wisthaler (Institute for Minority Rights of Eurac Reseach, Bozen/Bolzano) Roberta Perna (Institute for Public Goods and…

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Vote now for the Steering Committee of ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity (deadline 31 January)

Vote now for the Steering Committee of ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity (deadline 31 January)

Dear members of ECPR SG Migration and Ethnicity, Our Standing Group is holding elections to form its new Steering Committee and we would like to warmly encourage you to take part to the consultation. Voting only takes a few seconds and you can do so via the ECPR system until 31st of January 2020. To vote, you need to login into your MyECPR account → Click on MyECPR → Click on Final vote that appears in the drop-down menu, right…

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CfP PANEL “DIASPORA MOBILIZATION AND HOMELAND POLITICS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “DIASPORA MOBILIZATION AND HOMELAND POLITICS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “DIASPORA MOBILIZATION AND HOMELAND POLITICS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel Chairs: Sebastián Umpierrez- Universidad Diego Portales (sebastian.umpierrez@mail.udp.cl) and Sorina Soare- University of Florence (sorinacristina.soare@unifi.it) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: Countries worldwide have gradually granted voting rights to non-resident nationals: a growing number of emigrants and their descendants is more visible around the globe each year. Political participation, consultation and representation have extended into the…

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CfP PANEL “PUBLIC OPINION TOWARDS MIGRATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “PUBLIC OPINION TOWARDS MIGRATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “PUBLIC OPINION TOWARDS MIGRATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel Chairs: Gianna Maria Eick- Univerity of Kent (gme5@kent.ac.uk) and Christian Albrekt Larsen- Aalborg Univerisity (albrekt@dps.aau.dk) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: European democracies are witnessing an increasing polarization of public opinion towards migration. While existing data shows rising scepticism in people’s attitudes towards migrants in many communities, assessing which factors account for such attitudes is a…

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CfP PANEL “TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL PROTECTION: COUNTRIES’ POLICIES AND MIGRANTS’ PRACTICES”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL PROTECTION: COUNTRIES’ POLICIES AND MIGRANTS’ PRACTICES”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “TRANSNATIONAL SOCIAL PROTECTION: COUNTRIES’ POLICIES AND MIGRANTS’ PRACTICES”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel Chairs: Angeliki Konstantinidou- SciencesPo Paris (angeliki.konstantinidou@sciencespo.fr) and Roberta Perna- CSIC-IPP (roberta.perna@csic.es) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: In recent years the politicisation of migration and social protection has gained significant political and societal attention across EU member states. Following the EU enlargements to Central and Eastern Europe and in the aftermath of…

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CfP PANEL “INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, MINORITY PROTECTION, AND DE-SECURITIZATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, MINORITY PROTECTION, AND DE-SECURITIZATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, MINORITY PROTECTION, AND DE-SECURITIZATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Chair: Andrea Carlà- Eurac Research (andrea.carla@eurac.edu) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: Though minority issues have long been linked to security considerations, in the past decades, greater attention has been given to the concept of securitization, namely the process through which an issue is considered an existential threat requiring exceptional measures. Securitization has become a…

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CfP PANEL “NEW DYNAMICS OF IMMIGRANTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN HOST COUNTRY POLITICS: THE INTERACTION BETWEEN MODES OF POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT AND CHANNELS OF SOCIO-POLITICAL MOBILISATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “NEW DYNAMICS OF IMMIGRANTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN HOST COUNTRY POLITICS: THE INTERACTION BETWEEN MODES OF POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT AND CHANNELS OF SOCIO-POLITICAL MOBILISATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “NEW DYNAMICS OF IMMIGRANTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN HOST COUNTRY POLITICS: THE INTERACTION BETWEEN MODES OF POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT AND CHANNELS OF SOCIO-POLITICAL MOBILISATION”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel Chair: Daniela Vintila- Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies, University of Liege (Daniela.Vintila@uliege.be) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: Immigrants’ engagement in host country politics is a dynamic and multidimensional phenomenon that has noticeably intensified and diversified over time…

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CfP PANEL “COMMON VALUES AND CIVIC INTEGRATION FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEES: TOWARDS A NEW INTEGRATED EUROPEAN SOCIETY?”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “COMMON VALUES AND CIVIC INTEGRATION FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEES: TOWARDS A NEW INTEGRATED EUROPEAN SOCIETY?”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “COMMON VALUES AND CIVIC INTEGRATION FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEES: TOWARDS A NEW INTEGRATED EUROPEAN SOCIETY?”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel Chairs: Roberta Medda-Windischer- Eurac Research (Roberta.Medda@eurac.edu) and Andrea Carlà- Eurac Research (andrea.carla@eurac.edu) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: The recent appointment of one of the Vice-presidents of the European Commission responsible for protecting the ‘European way of life’ and the polemics that this has triggered…

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