Number 10 - January 2024 - Rethinking agency: Towards a collaborative approach on political agency of people on the move in the Mediterranean

Author: Isabell Nohr, Master Student - GRITIM-UPF, Barcelona

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Number 9 - November 2022 - The External Relations of Mediterranean Cities with Civil Society Organisations in Migration Governance

Author: Aida Casanovas i Oliveres (GRITIM-UPF, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)

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Number 8 - April 2022 - Cosmopolitanism and Mediterranean cities

Author: Yvan Gastaut (Université Côte d'Azur, Nice, France)

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Number 7 - December 2021 - Rafah Border: between terrorism, exogenous and endogenous pressures

Author: Mostafa Mohamed El Kordy (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)

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Number 6 - November 2021 - The impact of international remittances on poverty: evidence from the southern and eastern Mediterranean

Author: Boutaina Ismaili Idrissi (AMERM, Morocco)

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Number 5 - April 2021 - The Syrian Refugee Labor Supply Shock in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon: A Literature Review of Critical Impacts on Labor Markets, Economies and Policies

Author: Sonay Barazesh (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)

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Number 4 - September 2020 - Migration and municipal militancy in the Mediterranean

Authors: Thomas Lacroix (CNRS, Maison Française of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom), Louise Hombert (Institut Convergences Migrations, Paris Dauphine University, Paris, France), Filippo Furri (MECMI, Université de Montreal, Montreal, Canada)

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Number 3 - June 2020 - Rescaling Mediterranean Migration Governance: Setting a Research Agenda that Establishes the Centrality of Cities for Region-Making

Author: Ricard Zapata-Barrero (Interdisciplinary Research Group on Immigration at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)

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Number 2 - March 2020 - (In)stability and Migration in North Africa

Author: Ibrahim Awad (Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, at the American University in Cairo, Egypt)

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Number 1 - December 2019 - Mediterranean’s Migration Dilemma and the EU’s Readmission Agreements: Reinforcing a Centre-Periphery Relation

Authors: Ahmet İçduygu and Birce Demiryontar (Migration Research Center at Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey)

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