All Articles about Migration
The Response to Syrian Refugee Women’s Health Needs in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan
Since 2011, there have been an estimated three million Syrian refugees to neighboring countries. In times of conflict, women’s health disproportionately suffers, and Syrian women are no different.
(In)credibly Queer: Sexuality-based Asylum in the European Union
Finally recognized as eligible for refugee status in Europe, asylum seekers fleeing from persecution on the ground of sexual orientation remain among the European asylum systems’ most invisible constituents.
Short Film: 'Thin Ice'
‘Thin Ice’ is a short film about the growing fear of attacks in the Netherlands. The film addresses islamophobia and aims to discuss the implications and consequences of our fear of terrorist attacks.
Det Turkise Telt ("The Turquoise Tent")
Det turkise telt’ is a Danish-Turkish arts and music festival that takes place annually during Aarhus Festuge, created by Senior Fellow Cagdas Citirikkaya.
Human Library with Refugees and Immigrants
A series of meetings reinforcing intercultural dialogue between local community, immigrants and refugees.
Senior Fellow Martine Marquis founded Crossborder Factory as a social enterprise that aims to stimulate the debate on Europe by developing innovative forms of participation.
Humanizing the Refugee Experience
Workshops in local classrooms for high school students about some of the hardships faced by forcibly displaced individuals around the world.
Flight and Migration, Societies in Transition
A project seeking to reach out the migration issue from a closer perspective, and to interrelate the newcomers with forums and seminars on the topic.
Path to Asylum
Senior Fellow Rachel Salcedo and Daniel McElroy designed a virtual experience, Path to Asylum, as an online resource simulating the experience of seeking asylum in the U.S. and providing context on that nuances of the subject to users.
Trampoline House visits Roskilde University - Why do we need an asylum system in Denmark?
Senior Fellows Julian Lo Curlo and Frederico Jensen brought the experiences of recent newcomers to Denmark to Roskilde University.