Borders, boundary mechanisms and migration examines factors shaping civil society engagement with migration and forms of bordering through comparative international case studies and place-based ethnographies, and explores how social boundary activation mechanisms are articulated by civil society groups.
Start date provided is that of the WISERD Civil Society Centre. Work packages will have their own individual start and end dates that fall within the five-year research programme.
Interview with Professor Martina Feilzer, Bangor University
Professor Martina Feilzer from Bangor University discusses her research on civil society organisations’ support for refugees and migrants in a number of European countries, and how this led to an unexpected focus on the experiences of the Roma community. This research will equip civil society organisations with knowledge and evidence, and the ability to engage with policymakers about their communities.