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“It took 2 hours and one third didn’t get through”: Piloting the settled status application with Roma migrants

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
By Marie Godin and Mihai Calin Bica* Since the Brexit referendum that took place on 23 June 2016, the Roma Support Group[1], a community organisation working with Roma people in…

“It took 2 hours and one third didn’t get through”: Piloting the settled status application with Roma migrants

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
By Marie Godin and Mihai Calin Bica* Since the Brexit referendum that took place on 23 June 2016, the Roma Support Group[1], a community organisation working with Roma people in…

Eurochildren meets Keir Starmer

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
During his visit to the University of Birmingham on 7 February, Labour Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer met with Nando Sigona and the other Birmingham-based UK in a Changing…

Eurochildren meets Keir Starmer

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
During his visit to the University of Birmingham on 7 February, Labour Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer met with Nando Sigona and the other Birmingham-based UK in a Changing…

Global migration and social change – new book series

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
Delighted to announce the launch of a new book series on “Global migration and social change” edited by me and Alan Gamlen of the Hugo Center for Migration and Population Research at the University of…

Global migration and social change – new book series

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
Delighted to announce the launch of a new book series on “Global migration and social change” edited by me and Alan Gamlen of the Hugo Center for Migration and Population Research at the University of…

On superdiversity in a ‘crisis mood’ | Nando Sigona interviewed in openDemocracy

“We need to question the categories we use and how we pigeonhole society. This opens spaces for us to imagine a different kind of society”:  Nando Sigona in conversation with Rosemary Bechler in OpenDemocracy. Source: On superdiversity in a ‘crisis mood’

On superdiversity in a ‘crisis mood’ | Nando Sigona interviewed in openDemocracy

“We need to question the categories we use and how we pigeonhole society. This opens spaces for us to imagine a different kind of society”:  Nando Sigona in conversation with Rosemary Bechler in OpenDemocracy. Source: On superdiversity in a ‘crisis mood’

It’s the culture, stupid! Or is it?

By Thomas Hylland Eriksen The events in Cologne have sparked controversies across Europe. This time, the topic is not the economic and social costs of the refugee crisis, but questions concerning culture and gender. We need a proper language in

It’s the culture, stupid! Or is it?

By Thomas Hylland Eriksen The events in Cologne have sparked controversies across Europe. This time, the topic is not the economic and social costs of the refugee crisis, but questions concerning culture and gender. We need a proper language in

Is a distribution key system the solution to the EU’s refugee crisis?

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
by Nando Sigona The Dublin regulation in its three incarnations has attracted plenty of criticism on various grounds and from various statutory and non-statutory actors – the most noticeable perhaps being it is a system…

Is a distribution key system the solution to the EU’s refugee crisis?

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
by Nando Sigona The Dublin regulation in its three incarnations has attracted plenty of criticism on various grounds and from various statutory and non-statutory actors – the most noticeable perhaps being it is a system…

IRiS awarded ESRC funding to carry out research into migration crisis

In response to the on-going migration crisis the ESRC is providing £1 million to support leading UK social scientists to conduct research with migrant and refugee populations who have entered Europe across the Mediterranean. Eight projects from across the UK

IRiS awarded ESRC funding to carry out research into migration crisis

In response to the on-going migration crisis the ESRC is providing £1 million to support leading UK social scientists to conduct research with migrant and refugee populations who have entered Europe across the Mediterranean. Eight projects from across the UK