Political Research Exchange

Migration and Mobilisation in the EU

Migration
 
Mobilisation
 
Activism
 
Panel Number
P042
Panel Chair
Carlo Ruzza
Università degli Studi di Trento
Panel Discussants
Phillip Ayoub
Scuola Normale Superiore
Carlo Ruzza
Università degli Studi di Trento
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Time
13/06/2018 16:00
Location
Building: 27SG Floor: Second Room: 26
Abstract
Migration is currently one of the most controversial topics in Europe. This Panel considers the role of social movements in relation to issues of migrants’ mobilization, relations to other forms of mobilization and identities, patterns of activists’ mobility and its impact, such as in transnational queer activism in Europe, controversies on migration policy and the role of organized civil society in advocacy processes.

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CSOs and EU Border Management: Cooperation or Resistance? The Case of FrontexConsultative Forum View Paper Details
From Exclusion to Downward Social Mobility: Romanian Roma Migrants in France between Public Policies and Civil Society Organisations View Paper Details
Migration and Queer Mobilisations: How Migration Facilitates Cross-Border LGBTQ Activism View Paper Details
Variation of Policy-Success: Radical-Right Populism and Migration Policy View Paper Details
'We’re Not Going Back': Resistances and Coalitions at Two European Borders View Paper Details
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