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As of 15 January 2022 Eva Baluganti was employed as a research assistant at GRS - Global Refugee Studies, Department of Politics and Society, Aalborg University.
On Tuesday, 7 December 2021, 22 students from Aarhus University visited Aalborg University in order to attend a lecture by Tamirace Fakhoury.
The new book by Tamirace Fakhoury (co-authored with John Nagle) was published in August 2021 and it investigates queer movements in Lebanon.
On Monday, 22 November 2021, Tamirace Fakhoury will be presenting her research on how the politics of governing borders has changed during the pandemic.
Sandra Lavenex and Tamirace Fakhoury present a report on the linkage between trade policies, migration policies, and the EU’s external relations.
On 18 October 2021, GRS co-hosted a workshop for students in Copenhagen together with the organization LGBT Asylum.
In this article, Steffen Jensen and Dennis Rodgers explore how and to what extent it is useful to think about drug dealing through the conceptual lens of intimacy.
Three-day visit at AAU campus in Aalborg by last cohort of AfricaLics PhD visiting fellows hosted by Aalborg University.
From September 2021, two new interns have joined the Global Refugee Studies Research Group: Maria Sierro Fernandez and Magnus Christensen.
The Interdisciplinary Journal of International Studies, a student-driven journal based at Aalborg University, has published a new call for abstracts.
There are many ways of making sure knowledge gets into action and help support sustainable development throughout the world!
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.
Event Date: 2 June 2021, 15.00 to 16.15. Event Title: The effects of refugee policy externalisation on target countries and international institutions: diluting or diffusing international norms?
Alumni Lecture Series: Reporting the Beirut Blast in German Media - 12 May, 18.00 - 19.30.
Realities on the ground reveal a range of flexible, informal tactics to counter authorities that often commit the infringements that they are supposed to protect against.
Theme: New book on contentious politics between Europe and Middle East
Despite a worrying track record of human rights violations against refugees, North African countries are presented in new draft bill as desirable locations for outsourced asylum camps.
Event title: How to make sense of Lebanon’s protest movement and its aftermath. Event date: 31 March 2021, 18:30 to 20:00.