26.05.2021
After Modernity: Citizenship Beyond the Nation State?

If democracy stays cast in its national mould, the path ahead may be one of exclusion and disenfranchisement.

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13.05.2021
Overcoming the Identity Divide

Only a bold new universalism can counter the narrow narrative on migration set and exploited by the far right.

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02.04.2021
Inclusivity Means Breaking the “Otherness” Fixation

Tackling inequalities to build truly inclusive spaces requires challenging norms that view people with a migration background primarily as different and disadvantaged.

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17.03.2021
United against the Pact: The Fatal Flaws in the EU’s Plans to Reform its Asylum System

The Pact on Migration and Asylum is at risk of simply worsening existing problems and even creating new ones.

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30.11.2020
Borders, Bodies and See-All Technologies: Pushing the Limits of Bio-Surveillance

In recent years, surveillance technologies have increasingly been deployed to monitor, control, and curtail the movement of people. The pandemic is accelerating this trend.

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30.11.2020
Essential Voices: Migrant Workers on Living Through the Pandemic

Migrant workers in Greece, Iran, and South Africa on their experiences of Covid-19, their fears and their hopes for the future.

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20.01.2020
Climate Change and Migration: Myths and Realities

The University of Liège researcher explains how our changing environment is making people move, calling for evidence-based policy decisions.

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01.01.2020
Asylum in a Climate-Changed World: Bridging the Protection Gap in the EU

Climate migration is already a reality. A coherent and binding solution must be determined at the EU and international levels.

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09.10.2019
The Future of the EU: Soldiers, Barbed Wire and Surveillance

Prospects of EU reform are slim and austerity and Fortress Europe are set to continue. What does this mean for progressive strategies around Europe?

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12.09.2019
The Cobra Effect: “Fighting” Migration Gets Europe Nowhere

Oxford anthropologist Ruben Andersson discusses how EU migration policies have proved counterproductive, calling instead for a systemic approach.

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