Welcome to Diversities

Diversities is an international, peer reviewed, scholarly and professional journal, published jointly by the Social and Human Sciences Sector of UNESCO and the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. It is intended to provide a platform for international, interdisciplinary and policy-related social science research in the fields of diversity, migration, multicultural policies, and human rights.

ISSN 2079-6595

Current Issue

Vol. 15, No. 1, 2013
Female Migration Outcomes II
Guest Editors: Amber French and Parvati Raghuram

 

Gendered analysis of the outcomes of migration: research agendas and policy proposals
by Parvati Raghuram (Open University)

Precarity, Gender and Work: Vietnamese Migrant Workers in Asia
by Danièle Bélanger (Université Laval) and Linh Tran Giang
(Institute for Social Development Studies Hanoi, Vietnam)

Making the Most of Remittances: Obligations, Aspirations, and Precarity among Indonesian Women Migrants in Singapore
by Theresa W. Devasahayam (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore)

Gender Implications of Care Migration for the Operation of Care Diamond in Ukraine
by Alissa V. Tolstokorova (International School for Equal Opportunities, Kyiv)

Integration: a hot button issue. Contextualising Multiculturalism and Integration in Amsterdam
by Mariangela Veikou (University of Peloponnese)

Soft Skills and Hard Prejudices: Pathways to Improving the Life Chances of Recent Immigrant Women in Ottawa, Canada
by Caroline Andrew (University of Ottawa), Fran Klodawsky (Carleton
University) and Janet Siltanen (Carleton University)

Casamance Refugee Women’s Engagement with Development Programming in The Gambia
by Gail Hopkins

Engendering refugees’ livelihood strategies: the case of the Iraqi diaspora in Damascus
by Giorgio Heinrich Neidhardt (Fondazione Terre des Hommes Italia Onlus)