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A topical question that has arisen during the last months is whether and how irregular migration stocks and flows are affected by the current economic crisis. The current economic and financial crisis is probably yet to reach its highest peak, however a stagnation of economic activity and rising unemployment have been felt by several countries… » read more

Posted by blogs@ELIAMEP

The debates surrounding the bill organizing the social and political inclusion of the children of migrants born and educated in Greece sounds all too familiar to a French observer. Indeed, they seem to repeat an attempt at reformulating the politics of citizenship that was made in France at the turn of the 1980’s and the […]

Posted by Eléonore Lépinard

Schools and education systems in 21st century Europe are facing a threefold challenge. First, member states have responded rather differently to calls for a European educational dimension. Some, including Germany, have explicitly revised their curricula to address European issues whereas others have either continued to emphasise national values and identities, such as Greece, or have […]

Posted by Daniel Faas