The Audiovisual Seminar by Peggy Levitt (Wellesley College, USA) entitled "Migrating People, Migrating Culture" is now available
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: January 10
Zenia Hellgren´s new research project AGREP funded by the European Commission´s REC Program was on the Betevé TV Channel, UPF news and La Vanguardia Newspaper.
The Audiovisual Seminar by Oriol Amoros i March (Government of Catalonia) about "Migration Policies in Catalonia: History, Present and Future Horizons" is now available.
Mina Prokic will defend her Doctoral Thesis on Jan 23: "Intercultural Relations and Family-School Trust: Immigrant and Native Families in Schools of Barcelona."
New publication by Martin Lundsteen: "An Iron Fist in a Velvet Glove: Neoliberal Government of the Migrant Poor and Other in Salt, Catalonia."
The second round of applications for the 12th Edition of the Master in Migration Studies is now open until March 5th!
Next GRITIM-UPF Research Seminar by Peggy Levitt (Wellesley College, USA) on January 9th at UPF Ciutadella
Gemma Pinyol-Jiménez wrote for El País Newspaper: "Política migratoria: la década perdida. La acción pública en materia de migraciones no puede basarse solo en el control de fronteras."
Lorenzo Gabrielli was quoted in an article published by El País Newspaper on Dec 29th 2019.
On Jan 16 R. Zapata-Barrero will participate in the roundtable "Public Spaces: Culture and Integration in Europe" organized by CERI Sciences Po, Paris, as part of the PLURISPACE HERA Project
Intercultural Citizenship in the Post-Multicultural Era (2019) by Ricard Zapata-Barrero was reviewed by İren Eylül Karaoğlu Tunç in Afkar/Ideas by IEMed
EuroMedMig and UfM jointly organized an exchange meeting on the status of knowledge and research on climate change, environment and Mediterranean migration.
GRITIM-UPF receives EU funding for the project AGREP to advance research on discrimination of Roma people and combat anti-gypsysim in Barcelona
New EuroMedMig Working Paper (December 2019, n. 1) is available: A. İçduygu and B. Demiryontar: "Mediterranean’s Migration Dilemma and the EU’s Readmission Agreements: Reinforcing a Centre-Periphery Relation."
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: December 13
On Dec 13 Iván Martín will participate in the international conference “Financial integration and inclusive development. A view from the Mediterranean countries” organized by Banco de España and IEMed, with the support of OECD.
Lorenzo Gabrielli will give a workshop on "Genealogy and architecture of border apparatus to control human movement" at TEA in Tenerife in the framework of the "de/tra(n)s" project on Dec. 14
Intercultural Citizenship in the Post-Multicultural Era (2019) by Ricard Zapata-Barrero was reviewed by Zenia Hellgren in Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Zenia Hellgren´s article about the Financial Crisis and Migrant Domestic Workers in Spain was published by International Migration Review in a permanent issue.
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: November 29
Ricard Zapata-Barrero will give the inaugural conference for the annual Human Rights course organized by Fundación Rodolfo Benito Samaniego on Dec. 10
Next GRITIM-UPF Research Seminar by Oriol Amoros i March (Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Families - Government of Catalonia) on Dec 5 at UPF Ciutadella
The first period of the application process for the 12th edition of the Master in Migration Studies is now open!
R. Zapata-Barrero will give a conference talk about "Mediterranean Thinking in migration studies: reassessing the role of Mediterranean cities" on Nov. 21 at COMPAS, University of Oxford
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: November 15
Ricard Zapata-Barrero will give a talk in the workshop "Methods and Regional Perspectives in Migration Studies" on Nov. 29 at Yasar University, Turkey
New publication by R. Zapata-Barrero: "Rebooting European Identity: Intercultural citizenship for building the future of a diverse Europe."
Zenia Hellgren participated in Innovation camp on migrant youth organized by GENCAT/Science Meets Regions (EC)
Ricard Zapata-Barrero´s latest book was mentioned in Council of Europe´s Intercultural Cities Oct. 2019 Newsletter!
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: October 25
CfP by the IMISCOE Standing Committee 'Methodological Approaches and Tools in Migration Research'
Lorenzo Gabrielli participated in a roundtable within the framework of the UPF Solidària Fair
Dirk Gebhardt talked about "City Networking and the Europeanisation of Local Practice" at Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne, France
Gemma Pinyol-Jiménez will participate in the debate "Democracia, Gestión de la Diversidad y Prosperidad en Europa" as part of the Series of Dialogues "En Busca de la Prosperidad: Los Desafíos de las Migraciones" jointly organized by the Ernest Lluch Foundation and the Ivie.
The opening lecture of the 2019-20 GRITIM-UPF Seminar Series will be led by Roser de la Torre Villalobos (“la Caixa” Banking Foundation) on Oct. 10 at 11:00 at UPF Ciutadella
New GRITIM-UPF Working Paper (Autumn 2019, n. 41) is available: M. Reviglio: ''Assembling borders, territory and human rights in migration management policies."
Call for Papers released by GRITIM-UPF within the framework of the REPCAT project: "Discrimination and Interculturalism: Exploring their intersection in theory and practice."
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: September 13
EuroMedMig receives funding from the Erasmus + Jean Monnet Network Program for the research project “Mapping European Mediterranean Migration Studies.”
Ricard Zapata-Barrero will launch his new book “Intercultural Citizenship in the Post-Multicultural Era” on Sept. 18 at the Catalan Government’s Secretariat for Equality, Migration and Citizenship within the framework of a future National Pact for Interculturalism.
GRITIM-UPF Weekly News: August 30
Lorenzo Gabrielli was interviewed by Catalonia's public television channel TV3: "Més de 850 migrants morts al Mediterrani des de principis d'any."
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