Spanning a wide range of topics and empirical settings, articles utilize the intersectional lens to foreground the oft-hidden importance of particular identity markers. In this way, the new volume explores: the role women play in peacebuilding and conflict resolution; the issue of homelessness for LGBT migrants; the effects of conflict-related sexual violence on kinship networks; cases of forced sterilization of immigrant Latin American women in US; and finally, the tentative potential for increased mobility in "heterosexual borderlands" for queer migrants.
New Volume of student-driven journal published, with focus on "Intersectionality"
The newest issue of the "Interdisciplinary Journal of International Studies" (IJIS) features thought-provoking contributions taking an intersectional approach in contexts of conflict, displacement, and migration.
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Can the green transition and social solidarity go hand in hand?
A new international research project starts in November 2021: “Wind energy and the Just Transition: Political and socio-economic pinch points in wind turbine manufacturing and windfarm communities in Europe and South Africa”.
A magical diamond? The dark and bright side of data analytics in Danish healthcare
A new article in European Journal of Information Systems analyzes large-scale data ecosystems.
New postdoc: Charlotte Overgaard
As of 1 November 2021, Dr Charlotte Overgaard will join CARMA - Centre for Labour Market Research to take up a 2-year postdoc position, working on a project titled ‘Udenlandsk arbejdskrafts arbejdsmiljø og sikkerhedskultur i bygge- og anlægsbranchen’.
Migration Policy Lab co-hosted by GRS and LGBT Asylum
On 18 October 2021, GRS co-hosted a workshop for students in Copenhagen together with the organization LGBT Asylum.
A new MIX subgroup on labour migration and labour market integration
The Center for Displacement, Migration and Integration (MIX) has already been joined by 50 researchers and new thematic subgroups are now emerging. One of the first subgroups is about the study of labour migration and labour market integration. Five members have joined the subgroup and it is open for other members to join.
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