Upcoming Events

29-04-2014
Shipped or piped: can shale gas secure EU supplies ?
Conseil Central de l'Economie - salle 6 - 20 avenue d'Auderghem - Bruxelles - metro Schuman

12-05-2014
Conférence au Musée de l'Armée, La Grande Guerre et le monde de demain.
Musée de l'Armée

Powered by Dailymotion

Center for Migrations and Citizenship

Our e-notes

Brazil and International Migrations in the Twenty-first Century: Flows and Policies

Duval Fernandes, Maria da Consolação Gomes de Castro & Silvana Pena Knup,

Center for Migrations and Citizenship - March 2014

The second half of the XXth century is a unique stage in the history of Brazilian migrations: the attractiveness of Brazil as a country of immigration declines, due to economic hardships and a shift in public perceptions of migrants, who are...

Read

Labor Migration in the State of Qatar - Policy Making and Governance

Zahra R. BABAR

Center Migrations and Citizenship - December 2013

The discovery of petroleum wealth in the middle of the last century completely reconfigured the political economy of Qatar. Small local population size and low levels of labor force participation pushed Qatar to seek alternate sources of labor to...

Read

Our books

European States and their Muslim Citizens

John R. BOWEN, Christophe BERTOSSI, Jan Willem DUYVENDAK and Mona Lena KROOK (dir.)

Cambridge University Press

Read

National models of integration and the crisis of multiculturalism: a critical comparative perspective

Christophe BERTOSSI, Jan Willem DUYVENDAK,

Patterns of Prejudice, Vol. 46, No. 5, December 2012

Read

 

The Center for Migrations and Citizenship was created in 2011 at the French Institute of International Relations, as a continuation of the research program "Migrations, Identities, Citizenship", established in 2005.

The new Center is dedicated to the study of migratory flows and migration policies, as well as to issues of citizenship, ethnicity and discriminations within the European context, from an international comparative perspective. Taking migrations as a structuring factor in today's international relations and in the practices of citizenship in an increasingly interdependent world, the CMC intends to contribute to renew thinking on migrations and diversity within international academic research, and to better inform public debates on such complex realities. The Center is a place for the elaboration of innovative research through original fieldwork (i.e. on racial and religious discrimination within hospitals and the military; citizenship practices of dual nationals in their origin countries; categories developed by employers to evaluate migration policies, etc.)

The Center is part of various international research networks and regularly collaborates with academic institutions in Europe (Amsterdam University, Warwick University, WZB, European University Institute in Florence), the US (CUNY, Washington University in St-Louis, Council for European Studies, Social Science Research Council) and Mediterranean countries (American University in Beirut, University Mohammed V in Rabat).

Follow us also on Facebook and TwitterContact us at: migrations@ifri.org

Christophe BERTOSSI Senior Research Fellow, Director of the Center for Migrations and Citizenship
bertossi@ifri.org

Daniele JOLY Research Fellow
d.s.joly@warwick.ac.uk

Emma BROUGHTON Research Fellow
broughton@ifri.org

Jan Willem DUYVENDAK Associate Research Fellow
w.g.j.duyvendak@uva.nl

Marie BASSI Research Fellow
bassi.marie@gmail.com

Imad BOU AKL Associate Research Fellow
‎ibouakl@gmail.com

Page top

 

Subscribe to our
newsletter

My portfolio

Welcome

Already registered?
Log in

:
Forgotten password?