CES network on immigration

Should have joined the CES Immigration Network awhile ago: email Fiona Anderson f.adamson@ucl.ac.uk.
“Substantive areas of research covered by the network include: citizenship, national identity and multiculturalism in Europe; diaspora populations and diaspora politics; transnational communities; political asylum; refugees; forced migration; illegal migration and human trafficking; migration of skilled professionals; Roma and other transborder groups; dual citizenship; and relations between migration-sending and migration-receiving states. The network also supports research which examines the nexus between migration and other phenomena, such as: European integration; European Union enlargement; economic and cultural globalization; the welfare state; urban politics; Euro-Mediterranean relations; European security; organized crime; economic development; human rights regimes; ethnic politics; and indigenous and minority rights.”

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