ESA 2017: THEODOROS FOUSKAS AND FOTINI-MARIA, MINE, “I HAVE A BAD JOB AND I’M ALONE HERE, BUT I’M NOT EVEN THINKING OF GOING BACK HOME!” THE IMPACT OF ENTRAPMENT IN PRECARIOUS, LOW-STATUS WORK AND THE SHATTERING OF FAMILIAL AND COMMUNITY NETWORKS OF SOLIDARITY ON THE DECISION OF MIGRANTS TO RETURN IN THEIR ORIGIN COUNTRIES VIA THE ASSISTED VOLUNTARY RETURN AND REINTEGRATION PROGRAMME [31 AUG. (29 AUG.-01 SEPT.) 2017, ATHENS, GREECE]

13th Conference of the European Sociological Association (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities Athens, Greece, 29 Aug. – 01 Sept. 2017 Submission Type / Research Network/Research Stream: RN35 – Sociology of Migration “I have […]

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THE MIGRATION CONFERENCE 2017 (TMC 2017): THEODOROS FOUSKAS AND FOTINI-MARIA, MINE “UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL! WE COULD RISE TOGETHER BUT I AIN’T NEED ANY ASSOCIATIONS, I’M BETTER ALONE!” PRECARIOUS, LOW-STATUS WORK REPERCUSSIONS ON COMMUNITY NETWORKS OF SOLIDARITY OF PAKISTANIS, ETHIOPIANS AND FILIPINOS IN GREECE IN HARD TIMES”, [25 AUG. (23-26), 2017, HAROKOPIO UNIVERSITY, GREECE]

Title and Abstract Title “United we stand, divided we fall! We could rise together but I ain’t need any associations, I’m better alone!” Precarious, low-status work repercussions on community networks […]

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SASKIA SASSEN LECTURES ON: “A THIRD EMERGENT MIGRANT SUBJECT UNRECOGNIZED IN LAW”, AUG. 24, 2017, 7:00-8:30PM, EPLO PREMISES, I. POTTAKIS HALL, 2 POLYGNOTOU AND DIOSKOURON ST., PLAKA, ATHENS

    Thursday, 24 August 2017 SASKIA SASSEN LECTURES ON: “A THIRD EMERGENT MIGRANT SUBJECT UNRECOGNIZED IN LAW“ ACADEMY OF EUROPEAN PUBLIC LAW The Academy of European Public Law (AEPL) […]

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