Administrative actors and immigration professionals:
articulating national, European and international dynamics.
June 6-7, 2011, Sciences Po Paris, France
Organization: Sara Casella-Colombeau (Sciences Po / CEE) and Nora El Qadim (Sciences Po / CEE)
Studies of migration policies “in the making” and their administrative actors have largely contributed to a revitalization of social sciences in the field of migration studies. Moreover, several authors have focused on the genesis and development of these policies at the supranational – in this case European – level. However, analyses that attempt to link these various levels are scarce.
The objective of this workshop is to study the dynamics and mechanisms of migration policies involving the national, European and/or international levels. The purpose is to widen the perspective on migration policies by bridging approaches that generally centre on the national level and studies which emphasize the European integration or international dynamics.
Proposals with a comparative dimension will be of particular interest.
They can be on European or international cases.
Working languages: French and English.
The final papers might be submitted for publication.
Deadline for proposals (no longer than 500 words): March 1st, 2011.
Abstracts (with name and institution) should be sent to the organizers:
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