Migration

'Migrant' vs 'Expat' – what do you consider yourself?

Although in face of recent developments an angry, political piece would be suitable, I have had this topic in my head for some months now and will try...

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#WorkingIllegally - how to talk on work issues in documentary

At the end of April, I visited Glasgow and had occasion to see an interesting documentary with Olena and Radek. I think the subject of it goes well with the discussion that we have now in the blog section - on how to talk about social phenomenons using filming methods.

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One for all, all for one: three female migrant workers – my filming experience

Theme 2 and the INTEGRIM network are undertaking a film training organised by the CEU in Budapest and Olena. I would like to share some of my filming experiences with you, which will hopefully lead to a nice short film in the end.

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Solidarité avec les sans-papiers - undocumented migrants in Belgium organising themselves

There are about 150,000 undocumented migrants in Belgium, many of them living in Brussels. Although sans papiers belong to the most vulnerable denizens, being denied most of the rights, they rarely take a passive position just waiting for changes from the above.

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Feminisms: fragmentation vs. collaboration - A reflection from fieldwork in Spain

During my fieldwork in Madrid with migrant care workers I had the chance to meet a group of women that call themselves “Territorio Domestico”

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Presentation on fieldwork experiences at the research student seminar

The fieldwork stage:theoretical sampling, access to respondents and conducting biographical narrative interviews After a couple of month of conducting...

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Theme 2 - Podcast nr. 1

Hi,As Theme 2, we will be working on an interactive website that will consists of materials in different formats: podcasts, videos and photos - all co...

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