The government’s controversial plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda for processing has hit a roadblock as the court deems it unlawful. But hold on, the saga isn’t over!
This post explores the role of community researchers, highlighting the epistemic advantages they bring and the unintended consequences of their involvement. It suggests ways to address power dynamics and promote more equitable and ethical research practices.
This post problematises the positions from which research on irregular migrants is produced and the “access problem” is constructed. While emphasising the benefit of sharing experiences and identities between researchers and researched, the post highlights the importance of converging intentions as a condition for creating more symmetrical research relationships.
Letizia Palumbo, I-CLAIM member is participating in a roundtable: From CAP Social Conditionality to Due Diligence
This roundtable aims to facilitate an inclusive and open discussion among stakeholders engaged on relevant migration and F2F policies.
It will focus on the CAP social conditionality mechanism and the new corporate due diligence framework.
Drawing from the findings of the six I-Claim country reports on the topic of “Politics of irregularity”, in the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Poland, Finland and Italy, this webinar will offer an overview of the ways in which irregularity is generated and shaped in practice at the intersection of national legal and policy frameworks
The webinar will offer an introduction to the Horizon Europe I-CLAIM study that investigates the living and working conditions of irregular migrants in six European countries.