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The European Union’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum is a long-awaited answer to the refugee problem to some – and a disastrous demolition of refugee rights to others. Its supporters presented the Pact as a historical agreement that comes to address long-standing shortcomings and imbalances in terms of solidarity and responsibility sharing. [mehr]

“Researching Gender & Race”

Workshops, conferences 2024
This workshop aims to facilitate the exchange of recent results as well as to encourage future collaborations between the “Gender, Migration, and Social Mobility among West African Women in Europe” Research Group situated at the MPI for Social Anthropology (Halle) and the “Migration, Identity and Blackness in Europe” Research Group based at the MPI for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (Göttingen). The workshop is jointly organized by both groups. [mehr]

6th International ART and the CITY Conference

Workshops, conferences 2024
The International Art and the City Conference was initiated in 2019 and has been hosted in different cities around the world every year. The 6th Conference sponsor is the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (MPI-MMG) Göttingen and it will take place at the Institute’s facilities 03-05 June 2024. [mehr]
Dana Schmalz is a senior research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. Her work sits at the intersection of international law and legal theory, with a focus on refugee law and human rights. Dana holds a Ph.D. in law from the University of Frankfurt and an LL.M. in Comparative Legal Thought from Cardozo Law School, New York. Her book “Refugees, Democracy and the Law. Political Rights at the Margins of the State” was published in 2020. Her book “Das Bevölkerungsargument” (the population argument) is forthcoming with Suhrkamp in 2024. [mehr]

Workshop on Disability and Migration

Workshops, conferences 2024
The workshop explores the intersection of disability and migration and seeks to get a deeper understanding of the neglect of this intersection, the different or similar logics of both categories of differences, the social and political and historical effects this intersection evokes, and the insights about societal inequality it offers. [mehr]
The workshop is organised by Ulrike Bialas and Johanna M. Lukate, who are guest editing two special issues on the contestation of legal and social categories in the context of migration. [mehr]
In a global context of population ageing, migration and forced displacement, questions of transnational and translocal social protection remain paramount. Migrants and refugees at different stages of the life course seek social protection through a variety of channels: from formal state-based pension and social security schemes; cash transfers and humanitarian initiatives; to informal forms of social protection through kinship, religious networks, neighbourhood support groups, co-operatives and civil society organizations. Cutting across these different spaces are financial institutions and markets in promoting ideas and products around individualized future security. Piecing together these different forms of social protection is far from seamless and there are numerous inequalities that migrants and refugees confront in securing social protection and wellbeing, where some are eligible for formal support and others are excluded. [mehr]
Raymund Vitorio is an Associate Professor at De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines. [mehr]

AGENET 2024 conference "Kinning, Moving, and Growing in Later Life"

Events 2024
jointly organized by AGENET and Piera Rossetto from the Uni’s Department of Asian and North African Studies, in collaboration with Swetlana Torno (MPI-MMG), Francesco Diodati (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) and Simone Anna Fielding (German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases - DZNE) [mehr]
Racism and intersecting systems of inequity shape daily life in the United States and around the globe. The form such inequity takes, as well as how young people navigate this context as they form identity related beliefs and behaviors, has implications for their own development and for the society around them. [mehr]
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