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Migrating in, migrating out: how to (re)think "migrants" struggles
(Communication - Bulgaria - English)

Begin 08/05/2014 - 00:00

End 09/05/2014 - 00:00

Venue Sofia, Bulgaria

Organiser New Left Perspectives and Social Center “Xaspel”

Website http://novilevi.org/nlpenglish/165-migration-workshop-en

New Left Perspectives and Social Center “Xaspel,” have the pleasure to invite you to the conference “Migrating in, migrating out: how to (re)think 'migrants’' struggles” that will take place on May 8th and May 9th 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The goal of the conference is to bring critically together the phenomena of outward and inward migration and to question the sharp distinctions between what has been dubbed as ‘political’ and ‘economic’ migrants by weaving them into one conceptual framework. Our starting position stems from the understanding that we need to engage critically with dichotomies such as inside/outside; political/economic migration, illegal/legal which have been comfortably settled in mainstream research but also in political movements throughout Europe. With this workshop we strive to venture beyond and to visualize a framework that better explains the multifarious resistance practices of “migrants” in late capitalism. Therefore, we bring together academics and activists from several European countries to discuss these issues as intertwined in the larger European political context. We will map knowledges and strategies that go beyond the inside/outside dichotomy and citizen/non-citizen divide in order to fortify our common political efforts.
 
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