Migration and Refugees

Migration is not a social exception, but as old as humanity itself. Since the end of the Cold War, however, how to manage and control it in a globalized world has been high on the agendas of national and international policymakers. Migration struggles for freedom of movement and settlement, social and political participation, and against racism have also gained momentum. Migration processes and the social and political handling of them have moved to the centre of struggles for social justice and democracy. 


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Stefanie Kron ist Professorin für Soziale Arbeit mit Schwerpunkt quantitative und qualitative…Prof. Dr. Stefanie Kron

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Video | 22.11.2021Sys­tem­atic Foul Play: The 2022 World Cup in Qatar

The inhumane working conditions on the World Cup construction sites in Qatar have been making…

Video | 21.10.2021Mov­ing-Cit­ies: An­other mi­gra­tion policy is pos­sible

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The podcast for the society of the many