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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 “THE MIGRATION-WELFARE NEXUS IN EUROPEAN WELFARE STATES: ACTORS, FRAMES AND POSITIONS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “THE MIGRATION-WELFARE NEXUS IN EUROPEAN WELFARE STATES: ACTORS, FRAMES AND POSITIONS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “THE MIGRATION-WELFARE NEXUS IN EUROPEAN WELFARE STATES: ACTORS, FRAMES AND POSITIONS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel chairs: Eloisa Harris- BIGSSS/University of Bremen (eharris@bigsss.uni-bremen.de) and Stefan Wallaschek- University of Hildesheim (wallaschek@uni-hildesheim.de) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: Migration affects the welfare state and the welfare state influences migration flows. This observation, highlighted in a number of recent publications (Boräng 2018, Manow 2018), drives scholars to question…

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CfP PANEL “MIGRATION, CULTURAL DIVERSITY, AND POLITICS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “MIGRATION, CULTURAL DIVERSITY, AND POLITICS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK

CfP PANEL “MIGRATION, CULTURAL DIVERSITY, AND POLITICS”- 2020 ECPR GENERAL CONFERENCE INNSBRUCK Panel Chair: Marco Martiniello- Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies, University of Liege (M.Martiniello@uliege.be) Panel to be submitted to Section 35- International Migration Policies and Politics: Current Challenges and Opportunities Panel abstract: In a context of increasing mobility worldwide, cultural diversity has gained significant visibility in migration-related policy-making. Such salience is often triggered by rising societal demands for cultural recognition, policy-makers’ concerns on how to foster intercultural dialogue…

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AAG 2020 Denver- CfP Session Urban Geographies of Refugee Youth: Public Space, Urban Infrastructure and Everyday Practices

AAG 2020 Denver- CfP Session Urban Geographies of Refugee Youth: Public Space, Urban Infrastructure and Everyday Practices

AAG 2020 Call for Papers-Denver, CO, April 6-10, 2020 Session Title: Urban Geographies of Refugee Youth: Public Space, Urban Infrastructure and Everyday Practices Session Organisers: Robin Finlay, Newcastle University, UK Ilse van Liempt, Utrecht University, Netherlands Kathrin Hörschelmann, Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Leipzig, Germany Mattias De Backer, Université de Liège, Belgium Refugee youth often find themselves in precarious and ambivalent positions in the cities and towns where they have settled. Insecure housing, lack of social networks, employment restrictions, possible exposure to…

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Panels requiring discussants- Section on International Migration, 2019 ECPR General Conference, Wroclaw (Poland)

Panels requiring discussants- Section on International Migration, 2019 ECPR General Conference, Wroclaw (Poland)

If you are attending the ECPR General Conference in Wrocław and would like to act as a Panel Discussant for our Section on International Migration from a Comparative Perspective, the Panels listed below currently have positions available: S26- P020 – Assessing the determinants and consequences of immigrant integration policies and practices- https://ecpr.eu/Events/PanelDetails.aspx?PanelID=8884&EventID=123 S26- P053- Citizenship regimes and migration policies from a comparative perspective- https://ecpr.eu/Events/PanelDetails.aspx?PanelID=8883&EventID=123 S26- P341- Seeking asylum: the link between policies and personal experiences- https://ecpr.eu/Events/PanelDetails.aspx?PanelID=8887&EventID=123 S26- P344- Sharing responsability? The…

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Only few days left to submit your paper proposals for the Section “International migration from a comparative perspective: policies, practices, and outcomes”- 2019 ECPR General Conference

Only few days left to submit your paper proposals for the Section “International migration from a comparative perspective: policies, practices, and outcomes”- 2019 ECPR General Conference

Only few days left to submit your paper proposals for the Section “International migration from a comparative perspective: policies, practices, and outcomes” endorsed by our Standing Group for the 2019 ECPR General Conference: https://ecpr.eu/Events/SectionDetails.aspx?SectionID=836&EventID=123 The Section is coordinated by Daniela Vintila (Daniela.Vintila@uliege.be) and Gerasimos Tsourapas (g.tsourapas@bham.ac.uk). It includes 8 panels: Panel 1: Migration, Foreign Policy, and Diplomacy (coordinated by Gerasimos Tsourapas and Fiona Adamson) Panel 2: Migration and Electoral Politics in Europe and Beyond (coordinated by Daniela Vintila) Panel 3:…

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