On the 4th of July, Olga Jubany will be presenting at the COMPAS seminar in Oxford with a talk titled Screening Asylum in a Culture of Disbelief: The Hidden Legacy: In their relation with the State, hard borders have gained relevance due to the increasing politicisation and criminalisation of migration, and securitisation discourse and policies. Both […]

This week Droit et Cultures has published its latest issue, a compilation of contributions related to Divercity project. The journal has an Open Access Licence, access full texts through the links below: Contents:  Olga Jubany et Isabelle Carles Présentation [Texte intégral] Une approche expérientielle, intersectionnelle et située de la diversité sexuelle et de genre Erica Howard Protection des personnes LGBT+ […]

  Tonight, the Human Rights Festival of San Sebastian will host a projection of the short films made by the young participatns of the REACT project in order to combat hate speech online. The videos, of 5 minutes of less, tackle, from the young creators point of view, the strategies that hate speech uses to […]

  XI International AFIN Conference Towards Reproductive (In)Justice: Mobilities, Technologies, Labourings & Decisions 4-6 September, 2019 Granada, Spain For this conference, we invite researchers, professionals and end-users to think about reproduction in terms of stratifications, hierarchies and reproductive justice. We believe reproductive justice to be an increasingly necessary perspective in a world of growing inequalities […]

In November took place the seminar Gender and Prison with the participation of Olga Jubany and Jordi Mas, where they presented: “Relacions de gènere i quotidianitat. Una aproximació antropològica a la violència simbòlica” (Gender relations in daily life. An anthropological approach to symbolic violence). You can now watch their full talk here:  

Today we hosted the event: “Los arreglos matrimoniales en Cataluña ayer y hoy: (dis)continuidad en una sociedad crecientemente diversa” organised by GENI and CER Migracions The seminar has travelled in time through the changing but ever present reality of arranged marriages looking at the phenomenon of marriages among kin in the 19th century and arranged […]

We are very pleased to announce that Olga Jubany has been appointed as Editor of the Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship Series of Palgrave Macmillan, succeeding Prof. Robin Cohen and Prof. Zig Layton-Henry to continue the legacy of a leading editorial benchmark in the field of migration, with over 20 years of history and more than […]

Yesterday GENI organised the talk ‘Women travelling to seek abortion care within Spain’ by Giulia Colavolpe. She presented the research she is conducting within the project “Women travelling to seek abortion care in Europe: the impact of barriers to legal abortion on women living in countries with ostensibly liberal abortion laws” a Starting Grant financed […]