Volunteering in a Refugee Camp in Greece

By Franziska Fischer, PhD candidate, Political Science, University of Victoria After dedicating most of my academic career intellectualizing and theorizing about migration flows and trying to understand and explain social, political and economic reactions to sudden influxes of people due to conflict or natural disasters I took the opportunity...
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Spain’s general election

Spain’s presidential debates: Four visions of and for Spain By Pablo Ouziel, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria On April 28 th , Spanish citizens will once again be deciding who will govern their country. Over the last few days four of the presidential candidates have participated in two different...
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Media alert: Thibault Biscahie

Yellow Anger: France's Persistent Protest Movement How should we assess the ongoing demonstrations of the yellow vests in France? What motivates so many people to join the protest in spite of president Macron's concessions? What does the popular protest mean for Macron's reform agenda? Read Thibault Biscahie's (Ph.D. Candidate, York University,...
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Yellow Anger: France's Persistent Protest Movement

By Thibault Biscahie, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Politics at York University and member of the ECSA-C Young Researchers Network After the ‘Act IX’ of the Yellow Vests protests on Saturday January 12 th , it is timely to come up with a brief genealogy of the most intense wave of discontent that France has experienced in several decades. What...
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Guidelines for Policy Memos

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