Seminar Series Hilary 2012

Migrants and welfare states: inclusion or exclusion?

Thursdays 14.00 - 15.30
Seminar Room, Pauling Centre, 58a Banbury Road, Oxford

Convened by: The COMPAS Welfare Cluster

The aim of the series is to explore the relationship between the development of welfare states and the framework of entitlements and restrictions for migrants found in entry and settlement criteria, with the second half of the series focusing on the implications of welfare state inclusion or exclusion for the economic, social and civic participation of migrants.

Seminars

19 January

Civic Stratification and Migrants Rights

Lydia Morris, University of Essex

26 January

Between welfare states and markets: the migrant-policy nexus in comparative perspective and reflections on social rights and antidiscrimination law

Virginie Guiraudon, French National Center for Scientific Research

02 February

Entitlement, belonging and outsiderness: Britain's Gypsy Travellers in the twentieth century

Rebecca Taylor, Birkbeck, University of London

09 February

Migrants' access to goods and services in the context of international human rights law

Aoife Nolan, Durham Law School

16 February

Immigration, demographic governance and social policy in the late 20th century: British Pakistani families

Kaveri Qureshi and Alison Shaw, University of Oxford

23 February

Shifts in the Public/Private Divide as mode of inclusion and exclusion

Sarah van Walsum, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

01 March

The right to participate: law, equality, and the prospective impact on immigrant integration in Europe and abroad

Thomas Huddleston, Migration Policy Group

08 March

Experiences at the sharp end: Practitioners' perspectives on inclusion and exclusion

Panel:
Migrants and the right to health: theory and practice
Fizza Qureshi, Project: London

Eligibility, Entitlement and Access to Justice
Ruthanna Barnett, Turpin & Miller LLP

Accessing education:  What are the barriers for migrant children and how can we promote their rights and entitlements?
Bill Bolloten, Refugee Education
Presentation
Wage theft and contribution evasion by employers: The consequences for migrant workers’ employment and welfare rights
Nick Clark, London Metropolitan University

Talking Oxford

Trinity Term 2017

Migration Research – where next?

Michaelmas Term 2016

Wellbeing and Migration in the UK

Michaelmas Term 2015

Arrival Cities

Michaelmas term 2014

Borders of the welfare state

Trinity term 2014

Boundaries of Freedom

Hilary term 2014

Rethinking Migration

Trinity term 2013

Migration Journeys

Seminar Series Michaelmas 2012

Everyday multiculturalism

Seminar Series Trinity 2012

Gender, Migration and Citizenship

Gender, Migration and Citizenship

Seminar Series Michaelmas 2009

Immigration and Low-wage Labour Markets

Immigration and Low-wage Labour Markets

Seminar Series Hilary Term 2009

Migration, Welfare and Inequalities

Migration, Welfare and Inequalities

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term 2008

Migration and Cultural Production

Migration and Cultural Production

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2008

Critical Epistemologies of Migration

Critical Epistemologies of Migration

Seminar Series Hilary Term 2008

New Trends in Contemporary Migration

New Trends in Contemporary Migration

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term 2007

Perspectives on African Migration

Perspectives on African Migration

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2007

States and Emigrants

States and Emigrants

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2006

Racism and the new immigration: theories and practices

Racism and the new immigration: theories and practices

Seminar Series Michaelmas Term 2005

The Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism

The Anthropology of Migration and Multiculturalism

Seminar Series Trinity Term 2005

Contemporary International Migration – Key Issues

Contemporary International Migration – Key Issues

Seminar Series Hilary Term 2005