Political Participation in Iran from Khatami to the Green Movement
Analysis of the political participation in Iran since the 1990s to understand how grassroots activists survived in an authoritarian country, making space for criticism and action, and answer how theory can help or hinder the politics understanding.20 May 2021
Capturing Irregular Migration by a Macro-Sociological Lens: 12 Steps Process from and through North Africa to Europe
Irregular migration is a complex phenomenon on which each country develops its vision. A change of perspective can displace all narratives to turn irregular migrations into regular ones and, therefore, provide policies to “leave no one behind”.6 May 2021
What Do We Know about Jihadist Radicalization?: Pre-Established Ideas, Realities and Questions
The attacks that have been hitting France and many European countries during the recent years, as well as the departure of thousands of volunteers to the Iraqi-Syrian war zone, have pushed the issue of "jihadism" to the centre of attention.28 April 2021
Sea Rescue and International Protection: Towards a New Legal Framework Based on the European Pact on Migration and Asylum?
Joana Abrisketa, analyses the legal tensions that may occur when a ship is rescuing a group of migrants at sea and reflects on the recent European Pact on Migration and Asylum (2020).18 March 2021