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Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in Italy – new research project kicks off

trafficko78x78With TRAFFICKO, Professor Anna Triandafyllidou and Letizia Palumbo aim to assess Italy’s anti-trafficking policies and interventions, especially in the agriculture sector in Sicily, and in the domestic work sector in Tuscany. The project will also produce a Practical Guide for legal practitioners and policy makers to improve prevention strategies and protection of victims.


Social Movements in Times of Austerity: Bringing Capitalism Back Into Protest Analysis

SocialMovementsinTimesofAusterityThe recent protests at the new ECB headquarter inauguration in Frankfurt, the rise of Podemos in Spain, and the success of Syriza in Greece are just examples of how anti-austerity protests are mounting across Europe. More and more, citizens take to the streets what they see as the deterioration of democratic institutions and of the civil, political and social rights that form the basis of democracy. For a timely and insightful analysis read the new book by Donatella della Porta.


What's on


RSCAS Seminar Series

Date

24

Apr

Workshop

EUI-nomics Workshop 2015

Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia

"Reflecting on..."


De-escalating tensions in the Arabian Peninsula

NarboneLuigiThe recent deterioration of the Yemen crisis is the latest worrying development in a conflict-thorn Middle Eastern region. On 25 March the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries - with the exception of Oman - launched a military intervention against Houthi and former president Saleh’s forces to prevent them from taking Yemen’s Southern port city of Aden. In September last year the Houthi, a Zaidi movement originating in the Northern Saada governorate, had taken control of ... [read more]

By Luigi Narbone

EU-EEAS Fellow
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies


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Call for Papers

Deadline: 15 May 2015

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Call for Papers

Deadline: 31 May 2015


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