Romani communities in a new social Europe: next IRiS webinar announced

Book cover, Romani Communities and Transformative Change, 2020 This IRIS webinar draws on Roma community voices and expert research collected in the recently published book “Romani Communities and Transformative Change. A New Social Europe” (Bristol University Press, 2020). As the vast majority of Romani communities across Europe experience high levels of exclusion, this webinar explores... Continue Reading →

Vulnerable migrants and Covid-19 in the UK and Japan: NODE UK|Japan webinar

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/vulnerable-migrants-covid19-in-japan-and-the-uk-900-gmt1800-jst-tickets-138755584689 This jointly organised webinar explores the impact of Covid-19 on migrants with precarious legal status in the UK and Japan. It examines how migration governance in the context of a public health crisis can exacerbate existing vulnerabilities and produce new ones, affecting disproportionally migrant communities already at the margin of our societies. Speakers:... Continue Reading →

Cities of Fears, Cities of Hopes: IRiS webinar by Nasar Meer

In this Zoom webinar (registration here) organised by the University of Birmingham's Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) on 21 September, Professor Nasar Meer will explore the need to re-think two coterminous concerns: the rediscovery of the ‘local’ and the city in particular, and an understanding of the experience of displaced migration in Europe. Drawing... Continue Reading →

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