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Défis Sociétal 6 - SHS 6

Février 2020

La newsletter du PCN Défis Sociétal 6 - SHS 6

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Deux partenaires potentiels du Royaume-Uni adressés par le réseau des PCN européens Net4Society.
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La date de clôture des dossiers : 12 mars 2020.

Contact  : "pcn@shs"@recherche.gouv.fr

- UK : Queens University Belfast ; Sultan Turkan ;
S.Turkan@qub.ac.uk

Sultan Turkan is a lecturer/Assistant Professor in Bilingual Education at the School of Social Sciences, Education, & Social Work at Queen’s University Belfast. She holds a Ph.D. in teaching and teacher education from the University of Arizona with a focus on teaching immigrant children.
Her research interests lie in literacy development of immigrant children, with a particular focus on promoting social participation and integration of these children in formal and informal processes of schooling.
The main goal of her research agenda is to innovate practices to promote immigrant children’s socio-emotional and academic participation in the newly acquired linguistic and cultural habitat.

  • MIGRATION-04-2020 : Inclusive and innovative practices for the integration of recently arrived migrants in local communities ; Sustainable practices for the integration of newly arrived migrants into societies MIGRATION-10-2020 ;
  • TRANSFORMATIONS-22-2020 : Enhancing access and uptake of education to reverse inequalities ...

- UK : University of Glasgow ; Timothy Peace ;

Prof Peace joined the University of Glasgow as an LKAS Fellow in July 2017. Prior to this he was a Lecturer in Comparative Politics at the University of Stirling. He completed his PhD in Social and Political Science at the European University Institute (EUI) in 2010 and he has held postdoctoral positions at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), the University of Edinburgh and the University of Padova (Marie Curie Fellowship).

Prof Peace works on Comparative European Politics and his main research interests include : Religion and Politics ; Social Movements and Political Activism ; Migration and Integration ; Racism and antisemitism ; Populist parties and the far right in Europe ; Politics of the UK, France and Italy. Prof Peace is interested in working on issues of migrant integration and is currently involved in the ‘Governance and the Local Integration of Migrants and Europe’s Refugees’ (GLIMER) project (part of JPI Urban Europe)

  • MIGRATION-04-2020 : Inclusive and innovative practices for the integration of recently arrived migrants in local communities ; Mapping and overcoming integration challenges for migrant children
  • MIGRATION-05-2020 ; Narratives on migration and its impact : Past and present
  • MIGRATION-09-2020  ; Sustainable practices for the integration of newly arrived migrants into societies
  • MIGRATION-10-2020