Jean-Michel Lafleur and the researchers of the CEDEM at ULiège, draw up an assessment of six years of research on access to social protection for mobile individuals.
Created on the initiative of Marco Martiniello, sociologist at the ULiège, CEDEM is opening a new page in its history and intends to continue to produce quality scientific works with a strong societal anchorage.
The consortium - of which the University of Liège is a member - is committed to developing a common approach to research to build bridges between universities and their cities.
ULiège is taking over the coordination of the largest international research network in the field of migration, integration and diversity studies for a period of four years.
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Cultural and artistic organisations as spaces of belonging for young refugees and asylum-seekers.
Le Standard de Liège et le Centre d’Etudes de l’Ethnicité et des Migrations de l'ULiège s'associent pour évoquer les moyens de lutter contre cette problématique qui reste encore trop souvent d'actualité.
Chercheurs, dirigeants, sportifs et politiques se sont rassemblés en mars 2021 pour aborder ensemble cette difficile question qui reste trop souvent d'actualité.
Shannon Damery, post-doctoral researcher at CEDEM, contributed a chapter to the book Family Practices in Migration. Everyday Lives and Relationships.
Evaluation report elaborated within the framework of the Interreg project TREE: Training for Integrating Refugees in the Euregio
Author: Elsa Mescoli
Her research project wants to study the origin and how bureaucrats discriminate against migrant European Union citizens who need access to public health care.