Join the winter seminar in human geography session on geographical
perspectives on migration and borders (Thursday 11 March 10.30-12.00
CET). The four presentations and introduction will focus less on border
control, but instead offer multiple views on borders &
boundary-making in relation to migration, and to geographical research
It is a paradox that anti-immigration movements, whose key concern is opposing mobility across borders and who advocate isolationism, nationalism and cultural traditionalism, often work transnationally.
The project Reaching Out to Close the Border: The Transnationalization of Anti-Immigration Movements in Europe (Anti-Mig) has today been granted 4-year funding from the VAM programme of the Research Council of Norway.
Congratulations to project leader Kristian Berg Harpviken and his researcher colleague at PRIO, Marta Bivand Erdal. In addition, the project has three external members (see below).
PRIO's security and humanitarianism research milieus join forces to explore one of today's most relevant issues.
PRIO Policy Brief
Journal Article in Babylon – Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier
Journal Article in Global Histories: a Student Journal
Book Chapter in As Ciências Sociais em Cabo Verde
PRIO Cyprus Centre Report
Journal Article in Espace Populations Sociétés