migration, welfare states and citizenship - a flow seminar with rainar bauböck
Developer of the theory of democratic inclusion, Rainar Bauböck, will be presenting at a FLOW-seminar held on August 6th at Nordkraft in Aalborg. It is open for all, but does require registration, which can be done by e-mailing Inge Merete Ejsing-Dunn (email@example.com). The seminar will revolve around migration, the welfare state and citizenship, and have a broad range of presenters from the fields of sociology, political science, philosophy and education.
Rainer Bauböck: Comparative data and global patterns of citizenship laws and electoral rights + Q/A
(To watch a lecture with Bauböck, press here)
Kristian Kriegbaum Jensen: How deep do national models go? Citizenship policy attitudes of young adult Scandinavians
Mette Buchardt: The Nordic Model and Education of the Migrants. A Policy History Perspective
Karen Nielsen-Breidahl: Life in a “suspended state”: How to welcome the ‘unwelcome’?
13.00 – 14.00:
Troels Fage Hedegaard: Perceived and Real Insecurity. Attitudes To Migrant Workers In Denmark, 2007-2018
Vadims Murasovs: The dynamics of immigration and welfare discourses in political communication in Denmark and Sweden
Christian Albrekt Larsen The progressive dilemma revised: Book chapter related to the FLOW project
Simon Laumann Jørgensen Democratic Inclusion, presentation related to the project Borders of Democracy Migration