Andrew Baldwin / Christiane Fröhlich / Delf Rothe

From Climate Migration to Anthropocene Mobilities: Shifting the Debate

Mobilities | 2019


  • Research Programmes

    Journal

    Mobilities

    Volume

    14

    Number

    3

    Pages

    289-297

    Link

    http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-63976-6

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Andrew Baldwin

    Durham University



    Dr. Delf Rothe

    Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy



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    Perceiving Migration Crises: A View from the European Neighbourhood

    The EU's dominant perception of migration as a "crisis" is extremely Eurocentric, as migration to the EU is minimal compared to other regions of the world. How do non-EU states such as Tunisia and Turkey, view not only migration movements perceived as “critical” within the EU but also the ensuing migration agreements?

    Dr. Christiane Fröhlich

    Research Fellow / Research Team Spokesperson

    Mobilities | Taylor and Francis | 2019

    Anthropocene Mobilities

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Andrew Baldwin

    Dr. Delf Rothe

    GIGA Focus Middle East | 3/2020

    Refugee Perspectives on Migration Policy: Lessons from the Middle East

    In a world with over 70 million people registered as forcibly displaced, governing migration has long been high on the European Union’s agenda. This Focus provides insights from the research project SYRMAGINE into refugees’ mobility and decision-making that can help shape migration policies.

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    Rand Shamaa

    Mouran Tourkmani

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