Academic Networks

The Border Crossing Observatory

The Border Crossing Observatory (BOb) is an innovative virtual research centre that connects Australian and international stakeholders to high quality, independent and cutting edge research on border crossings. Based at Monash University(link is external), BOb draws together an international network of critical criminologists and researchers(link is external) from related disciplines who work in connection with … Continue reading The Border Crossing Observatory

ERCOMER – The European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations

ERCOMER draws its fellows from the Department of Cross-Cultural Studies of Utrecht University, from the Department of Sociology of Nijmegen University, from the Department of Social Psychology, Institute of Sociology and Social Policy of Etvös Llorand University in Budapest and from the Department of Political Science of Stanford University in the United States. Members of … Continue reading ERCOMER – The European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations

Gender, Race, Class Reading Group (Sociology Department, Lancaster University)

This is a research group open to all researchers whose research has ethnic and race implications. The aims of the group are to: a) promote relevant and effective research into ethnic communities in the U.K.; b) offer support and provide opportunities for researchers to network; c) encourage the exchange of information and dissemination of research … Continue reading Gender, Race, Class Reading Group (Sociology Department, Lancaster University)

GSN – German Studies Network – The Anthropology of German Studies

The German Studies Network is a community base for anthropological research focusing on German-speaking countries and on the German diaspora. The site’s extensive bibliography (and its link resources) includes many references and to research on ethnic minorities in Germany and Germans living abroad, as well as anthropological studies of National Socialism and German colonialism.

Globalization, Power and Law

In this website, we observe the complex dynamic between globalization, law and power in the international and national scene. The aim is to contribute to the debate providing documents and other academic material on the more recent developments of high impact and relevance in the international scope. This labor is carried out by the reporters … Continue reading Globalization, Power and Law

Southern Refugee Legal Aid Website (SRLAN)

The Fahamu Refugee Programme’s website takes as its ambitious challenge to be a one-stop shop of resources for everyone concerned with protecting the rights of refugees, in particular those who are representing refugees seeking asylum in the global south. It is intended primarily to assist those involved in the provision of legal aid – lawyers, … Continue reading Southern Refugee Legal Aid Website (SRLAN)