Immigration, crime and citizenship in troubled times
The call for papers is open for the upcoming conference organized by the European Society of Criminology’s Working Group Immigration, Crime and Citizenship.
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The Working Group Immigration, Crime and Citizenship of the European Society of Criminology, is organizing a mid-term conference with the title Immigration, Crime and Citizenship in Troubled Times in Malaga, Spain, 9-10 May 2019. Professor May-Len Skilbrei, at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, is heading this Working Group together with Maria João Guia, and takes part in organizing the conference.
Deadline for abstract submission is 25th February 2019. Possible topics are:
- Immigration control and fundamental rights and values
- Borders and border security
- Human trafficking and smuggling of migrants
- Asylum, migration, and gender
- Politics of immigration, crime and deviance
- Asylum, migration, and victimization
- The intersection of immigration law and criminal law ('Crimmigration')
- Imprisonment and immigration detention
- Citizenship and criminal justice
- Crime and juvenile migration issues
- Terrorism and securitization
- Policing and migration
- Racism, xenophobia and hate crimes
- Criminalization of migration and asylum
Read the entire Call for papers here (pdf).