legal aid cuts and experiences of accessing justice for those in need
November 9th, 2015, London
I am co-convening this event on the impact of legal aid and other funding cuts on access to justice for those in need. The initiative is funded by the Social Policy Association (SPA) and organised in partnership between Middlesex University and Toynbee Hall.
For further information and to book a place click here:
The website of our new ESRC-funded research project ‘EVI-MED’ is now online.
Check it out to find more information about the study – and for regular news and updates.
“EVI-MED – Constructing an evidence base of contemporary Mediterranean migrations”. Our new ESRC-funded research project is led by Prof. Brad Blitz, and includes Prof. Eleonore Kofman, Dr. Alessio D’Angelo, Dr. Nicola Montagna and Martin Baldwin-Edwards. We will be working in partnership with local NGOs, practictioners and academics. More details to follow soon.
Middlesex University’s press release is available here:
From 7 to 11 June 2015 I was in Malta and Sicily for the launch of MOMPA, the Mediterranean Observatory on Migration Protection and Asylum. Created in response to the increasing flows of migrants and asylum seekers and record levels of deaths across the Mediterranean, MOMPA is a new organisation based in Malta that seeks to inform and develop policy, recommendations, and enhance cooperation in the areas of migration and asylum in the Mediterranean and the European Union.
To find out more about MOMPA, visit www.mompa.org
The new book I’ve co-edited with Louise Ryan and Umut Erel is out now!
Find out more here:
Migrant Capital presents state-of-the-art empirical, theoretical and methodological perspectives on migration, networks, social and cultural capital, exploring the ways in which these bodies of literature can inform and strengthen each other. In so doing, it brings the theoretical and methodological dimensions into dialogue with each other. The migrants discussed in the book are ethnically and socio-economically diverse and have a range of migratory trajectories and experiences. Various types of networks are looked at and compared: intra-ethnic and inter-ethnic; locally-based, national and transnational; informal and formal, including migrant community organisations. Migrant Capital is international in focus drawing on research from Australia, North America, the Caribbean and across Europe. Migration research often focuses on individual cases, thereby running the risk of over-emphasising the peculiarities of particular migrant groups and locations, leading to criticisms of empirical nationalism. The range of case studies in this collection can open up a comparative perspective in order to contribute to a broader theoretical framework rooted in empirical research.
New paper by Alessio D’Angelo & Eleonore Kofman at the international the conference:
Old Routes, New Migrants: Lessons from the South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis.
3-4 December 2014, Université de Liège (Belgium)
CEDEM event with the support of FRS-FNRS and the University of Liège.
For information: http://www.cedem.ulg.ac.be/?p=2287
Tuesday 13 January 2015, 10:00-17:00
Hamilton House, University of Greenwich, London
A training event organised by the Social Network Analysis Group (SNAG) of the British Sociological Association (BSA) with the University of Greenwich and Middlesex University
Instructors: Alessio D’Angelo, Louise Ryan, Paola Tubaro, University of Greenwich
For further information please visit the SNAG webpage:
Lots of data, charts and detailed analysis on the Irish population in England, London and selected regions.Thes research project was funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs of Ireland and involved an all-SPRC team: Ryan, D’Angelo, Puniskis and Kaye.