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16 March 2021

Defending Humanity by Protecting its Heritage

A New Mandate for UN Peace Operations Following the destruction of World Heritage sites in Mali, Iraq, and Syria between 2012 and 2015, the UN […]
16 March 2021

Race and Racism in the Concert of Nations

Since their very creation, international organisations (IO) have made the fight against racism one of their key objectives. However, despite their proactive discourse, IOs have […]
16 November 2020

Rereading Fariba Adelkhah: On the Road from Teheran to Damascus

Our colleague, CERI researcher Fariba Adelkhah, has considered mobility as a key research area. Her most recent work focused on the circulation of Shiite clerics […]
16 November 2020

Migrant Labor: Policies Serving Production Systems

by Lucas Puygrenier Few studies on asylum seekers have explored their place in the production and labor systems of host countries. Migration management certainly gives […]
16 November 2020

Is There Such a Thing as “Anti-White Racism”?

by Daniel Sabbagh Given that the denunciation of “anti-White racism” has become one of the far right’s hobbyhorses in France, the temptation is great to […]
16 November 2020

Unlocking Migration Politics: Gaps and Biases in Scientific Debates

by Hélène Thiollet Researchers in migration politics predominantly examine immigration and integration policies in Western democracies. Just like any other field in social sciences, this […]
3 July 2020

Small Island States Facing Climate Change

Interview with Carola Kloeck and Michael Fink * Because of climate change, the inhabitants of some small islands may see their lives change radically Why […]
18 May 2020
Japanese Picture Brides at Angel Island in 1919. Crédit photo : Domaine public

Marriage Migration: Female Paths

by Hélène Le Bail, CERI* The migration of women through marriage is an old phenomenon, which renewed in the 1990s with international mobility. On the […]
13 February 2020
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA - APRIL 4: Colorful street art in Palermo Crédits : districtsunsinger/Shutterstock

Investigating Street Art in Latin America

Well known for his fine analysis of Latin American politics, Olivier Dabène (Full Professor, CERI) invites us to discover a great number of works of […]