Local Matters: the significance of neighbourhoods and social infrastructure for the social inclusion of young people in European cities We are happy to anounce that the results of the project Citispyce are now available in a new publication, Local Matters: the significance of neighbourhoods and social infrastructure for the social inclusion of young people in European […]
On 17 May, International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, our colleague Jordi Mas will speak about how to prevent and combat LGBTphobia through the results of the project Divercity at the last session of the Conferences on Gender, Health and Equality, organized by the Commission on Equality of Universitat de Barcelona.
Yesterday, the Aula Magna of the Facultat de Geografia i Història hosted the session ‘Más allá del feminismo blanco, una aproximación feminista decolonial a problemáticas actuales’, organised by the Casa Iberoamericana de la Mujer and GENI. Sirin Adlbi, Úrsula Santa Cruz, Diana Al-Rahmoun and Florencia Brizuela engaged us with compelling and challenging contributions. For those […]
Every year the l’Institut de Drets Humans de Catalunya (IDHC) organises the course on Human Rights from the 9th to the 26th of April. This year, among the many and great speakers the course will host conferences by the GENI coordinator, Olga Jubany, and our colleague Eunice Romero, on the 23rd and 12th of April […]
We are pleased to announce that the book Las Palabras son Armas. Discurso de odio en la red by Olga Jubany and Malin Roiha has been published. Based on ethnographic research on the experience of youngsters as the main users of social networks, the book analyses the widespread and rabid presence of hate speech on the […]
Date of event: Sat, 02/12/2017 Place: Washington DC, US Olga Jubany presented her new book Screening Asylum in a Culture of Disbelief, edited by Palgrave MacMillan, at the American Anthropological Association’s 2017 Meeting in Washington. Presenting @OlgaJB's book SCREENING ASYLUM IN A CULTURE OF DISBELIEF at #AmAnth17 !https://t.co/KN8i9TXm6l pic.twitter.com/lcpVcc2wqt — Palgrave Sociology (@PalgraveSoc) December 2, 2017