MINELRES: Website on migration in Central and Eastern Europe - www.migrationonline.cz
Mon Jun 4 17:41:24 2007
Original sender: Marek Canek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I would like to let you know that the specialised website on migration
in Central and Eastern Europe www.migrationonline.cz has a new design,
functions and updated contents.
There are two new themes online that have been supported by the EU
within the "How many paths to Florenc?" project:
1) Economic Development, Social Welfare & Citizenship
Sandy Brian Hager, theme editor
Zenia Helgren, (De)constructing European Citizenship - Political
mobilization and collective identity formation among immigrants in
Sweden and Spain
Sandy Brian Hager, The Lisbon Agenda and 'Neoliberal Communitarian'
Lena Nöãre, Ukrainian and Polish Domestic Workers in Naples - A Case of
Giulia Laganö=, The EU's "basic values" and irregular migrants: Common
principles for integration or tool for exclusion?
2) Political Economy of Migration and Mobility in the EU
Ian Bruff, theme editor
- Ian Bruff, Migrants are not variables: a critique of the migration
literature and associated policy developments
- Sam Scott, The ability of "world city" theory to explain contemporary
patterns and processes of intra-European labour migration
- Ian Bruff, The role of I.T. migrants working in Ireland: the uneasy
and unstable relationship between skills shortages and career choices
- Izabela Grabowska-Lusinska, Skill shortages, emigration and
unemployment in Poland - causes and implications
- Interview with Dr. Martin Ruhs
3) Two other longer-running themes are available here:
- Gender and Migration www.migrationonline.cz/themes/gender/
- Refugees in CEE www.migrationonline.cz/themes/refugees/
I hope you find the articles interesting and the whole website useful.
We would appreciate comments or feedback.
I would like to use this opportunity to thank the migrationonline.cz
editorial board and other people who have been supporting us. We are
greatful to our sponsors, especially the Open Society Fund Prague,
European Union, International Visegrad Fund.
Marek Canek, email@example.com,
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