In the second part of this blog, we examine the ways through which Germany and France have adopted various strategies of refugee management.
Unpacking the ‘refugee crisis’ trope, we argue that refugees are unfairly blamed for social problems in their countries and cities of relocation.
By focusing on the ‘perception’ of immigration Streeck’s recent SPERI paper was a missed opportunity to present progressive solutions to […]
In a new essay for SPERI leading German political economist and sociologist Wolfgang Streeck analyses Britain’s vote to leave the […]
The economic, political and social consequences of failing to respond effectively to the migrant crisis risk accelerating European disintegration Digesting […]
The inspiring humanity of many ordinary European citizens in the face of the refugee crisis contrasts shockingly with the limited […]
The UN warns the humanitarian aid system is ‘being stretched to breaking point’ The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) reports […]