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Printemps des migrations 2023 : Quand les murs tombent

Printemps des migrations 2023 : Quand les murs tombent

La collaboration entre les sciences sociales et les arts permet des échanges avec les artistes, les scientifiques, les étudiants, les associations et le grand public autour d’expériences et de savoirs divers sur trois thématiques majeures identifiées :
- la gestion et le passage des frontières,
- les conditions et régimes autoritaires qui créent l’exil,
- l’expérience des discriminations et traitements inégalitaires par les étudiantes et étudiants étrangers, à l’université.

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01 April 2023

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    We, the members of URMIS reaffirm our unwavering support for Pinar Selek, a teacher-researcher at the Université Côte d’Azur and member of our team. Because of her research, our colleague has been relentlessly persecuted for twenty-five years in Turkey where she has been unjustly and heinously accused, convicted and imprisoned for a crime she did not commit. […]
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    Restitution Workshop, Nice, MSHS, 23-24 March 2023. And on Zoom… […]
  • Video: The role of ethnic peer victimization in the adjustment of immigrant-origin youth
    The video recording (Zoom with SlideShow) of the intervention, in English, of Liliia Korol, social sciences researcher, member of the Urmis Nice, during the session of December 2, 2022 of the seminar “Migrations et altérités” of the Urmis Nice, at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société Sud-Est, can be viewed on the Urmis Canal U channel:
  • The role of ethnic peer victimization in the adjustment of immigrant-origin youth
    Seminar with Liliia Korol, Urmis, Nice, on Friday, December 2nd, 14:30-16:30. […]
  • Postcolonial migrations – heritages, specificities, mobilizations: 2023 IMISCOE Spring Conference
    Event organised by: Unité de Recherche Migrations Sociétés (URMIS), University Côte d’Azur (Nice).15-17 of March 2023 (hybrid event in Nice & online) Deadline for paper submissions: 9th of December 2022 (23:59 CET) […]
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  • Liliia Korol
    Liliia Korol is a social scientist. She works on the issues of interethnic relations in schools and among young people, within the framework of the IDEX Université Côte d’Azur programme: Advanced research program 2022- external campaign_Ukraine residents researchers and artists. Title of her research: “Promoting Immigrant Youth’s Resilience and Positive Adjustment in the Face of Ethnicity-Based Social Exclusion”. Contact : Professional webpage: ORCID :