Oscar Garcia Agustin, Head of Research Group
Kroghstraede 3, 5-226
9220 Aalborg East
Phone: +45 9940 9205
The 3-year project ‘Geographies of Populism’ in Europe focuses on populism in Europe and the importance of its spatiality. The project argues that “the people”, as the center of populist ideology, need to be understood in connection to the space they act in. The aim of this project is to analyze how populist parties construct “the people” through places and spaces and how they operate through local, national and transnational scales.
This 7-year interdisciplinary partnership between 36 academics and 36 partner organizations in Global North and Global South explores migrant and refugee inclusion.
This 3-year European based project includes ten city-based cases and has for the aim to examine the relevance of cities as political actors in increasing of transnational cooperation and social cohesion in Europe across the fields of migrant rights, housing and care work.
This 2-year project is a part of the international collaboration between Danish and Brazilian institutions that explores the role of social movements in strengthening democracy.
Despite the ‘digital turn’ in migration research, there has been a lack of studies focusing on migrants’ usages of information and communications technology (ICT)