SOM - Support and Opposition to Migration
Responsable du projet Gianni D'Amato
Collaborateur Didier Ruedin
Joanna Menet
Résumé Support and Opposition to Migration (SOM) is a collaborative project funded by the European Commission as part of the Seventh Framework Programme. The project looks at the politicization of migration in seven European countries. The aim of this comparative project is to determine why and when potential conflicts over migration become politicized, examining both anti-immigration and anti-racist movements. The project will increase knowledge about the political dynamics related to migration, and provide policy-relevant information. The project focuses on the role of four types of actors—the state, political parties, movements, and the media—in politicizing, or depoliticizing, the issue of immigration in seven receiving countries: Austria, Belgium, Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland.
Mots-clés immigration, Europe, politicization, FP7
Page internet http://www.som-project.eu/
Type de projet Recherche fondamentale
Domaine de recherche immigration
Source de financement FP7
Etat Terminé
Début de projet 1-10-2009
Fin du projet 30-9-2012
Budget alloué € 1 496 000
Autre information Grant Agreement Number: 225522; Coordination: University of Neuchâtel
Contact Didier Ruedin