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ECPR Futures Lab 2020

Migration and Electoral Politics in Europe and Beyond

Citizenship
 
Elections
 
Integration
 
Migration
 
Political Participation
 
Immigration
 
Mobilisation
 
Political Engagement
 
Panel Number
P204
Panel Chair
Daniela Vintila
Université de Liège
Panel Discussant
Luicy Pedroza
German Institute of Global And Area Studies

Time
06/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: (Building A) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 3rd floor Room: 318
Abstract
This panel discusses the evolution of policies and practices of immigrant political engagement over time and across countries. In doing so, it explores not only the dimension of migrants’ enfranchisement from a transnational perspective, but also their pathways of access to electoral politics via naturalization and/or nomination of immigrant-origin candidates in home and host country elections. Furthermore, the papers included in this panel also discuss the specific configuration of institutional, political, and societal factors that may constrain migrants’ active involvement in the political arena.

Paper List


Title Details
Complementary, Mutually Exclusive, or Unrelated? On the Value of Studying the Connections between the Emigrant and Immigrant Franchise View Paper Details
Diversity in Spanish Politics? The Nomination of Immigrant-Origin Local Candidates and Dynamics of Descriptive Political Representation View Paper Details
Explaining Migrant Enfranchisement Worldwide: Evidence from Non-Citizen Residents and Non-Resident Citizens View Paper Details
Illiberal Remittances? Studying the Political Dynamics and Voting Patterns of CEE Migrants in Western Europe View Paper Details
Open Borders vs Inclusive Citizenship? The Politics of Associating Immigration and Naturalisation Policies View Paper Details
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