The web for our project DIVERCITY is now up and running at http://divercity.ub.edu.
Date of event: Wed, 30/03/2016 Place of event: Sala de Juntes, Facultat de Geografia i Hª de la UB The international seminar “La mobilidad de los immigrantes rom entre Rumania y España” will take place on March 30th from 9.30 to 13.30 at the Sala de Juntes of the Faculty of Geography and History of the UB, […]
Date of event: Thu, 31/03/2016 Place of event: Aula Magna, Facultat de Geografia i Hª de la UB On March 31st, the project about the cult of María Lionza in Barcelona will be presented, including the premiere of the documentary A goddess in motion. María Lionza in Barcelona (2016). The cult of María Lionza, one of the most important religious […]
DIVERCITY: Preventing and Combating Homo- and Transphobia in Small and Medium Cities across Europe is a transnational action and research project coordinated by the ESRU and funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC) of the EU. The project is aimed at making a diagnosis of the multiple dimensions of homo- and transphobia at local […]
Date of event: Mon, 18/01/2016 – Wed, 20/01/2016 Place of event: University of Barcelona, Faculty of Geography and History UNICRI, together with the ESRU, will organise a training seminar in Barcelona on January 18th to 20th 2016, within the framework of the PRISM project. The aim of the seminar is to provide law enforcement authorities and legal professionals with […]
CITISPYCE: Combating Inequalities through Social Practices of and for Young People in Cities across Europe, is featured in SSH and interdisciplinary research, a showcase of excellent research projects from LERU universities (November 2014 Issue). To access the publication online, please click here.
Date of event: Fri, 30/10/2015 Place of event: Centre D’Estudis Juridics I Formació Especialitzada Carrer Ausiàs Marc, 40 The conference aims to increase the visibility of the persecution suffered by the LGBT community around the world and to raise awareness among institutions, professionals and all citizens about the pressing need to pay special attention to asylum on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity. For the full programe go to: http://justicia.gencat.cat/web/.content/home/ambits/formacio__recerca_i_… (Information in Catalan) The event will be held at […]
Date of event: Thu, 10/09/15 The CITISPYCE Policy Workshop: Young people coping with inequalities – between fatalism, frustration and innovation was held in Brussels this past September 10, 2015. Dr. Olga Jubany, director of the ESRU presented the methodological approach. The purpose of this transnational meeting was to share research findings from over 20 detailed Case […]
The newly redesigned CitiSpyce official website is now up and running, you can visit www.citispyce.eu and keep up to date with the project. You can also access and download work packages, and find more information about young people’s innovations in economic and social entrepreneurship.
The new book “Vulnerable Workers in Times of Social Transformations: Discrimination and Participation of Young and Older Workers, and Social Dialogue Stances” (Edizioni Cá Foscari, 2015) by Olga Jubany and Fabio Perocco eds. has been published, as part of the Societá e transformazioni Sociali (Society and Social Transformations) series. Grounded on ethnographic insights from workers, […]