Migration Working Group
Migration is a multidisciplinary research field that has been strongly represented in the academic research of all departments of the EUI and has formed a specific focus at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. For several years, EUI faculty, fellows and researchers working on projects related to migration and the integration of immigrants have met in the Migration Working Group (MWG) to discuss their research.
The MWG provides an informal and congenial atmosphere for interdisciplinary debate. Sociology, political science, social geography, anthropology, history, economics, law, and demography are among the key disciplines represented in the MWG.
Transit Migration and the Politics of Search and Rescue
28 February 2017
Chair: Luigi Narbone | EUI
Migrants’ Vulnerabilities in Transit: Central and Eastern Mediterranean Routes Compared
Laura Bartolini | IOM and Eliza Galos | IOM
Transforming Transit Migration along the Western Balkan Route: A Socio-Legal Analysis
Julija Sardelic | Liverpool University
Between Rights and Market. The Mechanisms of Economization of the Reception of Refugees in the Countries of Southern Europe
Giacomo Bazzani | University of Turin
The Role of Sophia in the Context of the Refugee Crisis in the Mediterranean
Giorgia Bevilacqua | National Research Council – Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development
The Politics of Death and Rescue in Europe’s Refugee Crisis
Simon McMahon | Coventry University and Nando Sigona | University of Birmingham
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