Coming Up: TRANSWEL International Workshop “Transnational Social Citizenship in an Age of Uncertainty: Migration and Social Protection in Europe and Beyond”, 26-27 April 2018

Date: 25-26 April 2018 Location: Lübbenau Castle (Lübbenau/Spreewald near Berlin), Germany Organizers: Anna Amelina (University of Cottbus), Emma Carmel (University of Bath), Ann Runfors (Södertörn University), Elisabeth Scheibelhofer (University of Vienna The nexus of migration and social citizenship continues to be at the heart of current academic and media debates about the future of contemporary … More Coming Up: TRANSWEL International Workshop “Transnational Social Citizenship in an Age of Uncertainty: Migration and Social Protection in Europe and Beyond”, 26-27 April 2018

Welfare State Futures Featured in the Latest Issue of EU Research Magazine

In late December, EU Research interviewed Prof. Ellen Immergut, Scientific Coordinator of the Welfare State Futures Programme. EU Research is a leading journal for research dissemination in Eruope, with more than 50,000 hard copy subscribers in 33 countries, and more than 60,000 online subscribers. The article provides an overview the WSF Programme’s objectives and research … More Welfare State Futures Featured in the Latest Issue of EU Research Magazine

WSF Researchers at the 25th International Conference of Europeanists, 28 – 30 March 2018, Chicago (USA)

Next week, the 25th International Conference of Europeanists, takes place in Chicago, Illinois, USA. From 28 – 30 March 2018, researchers will be discussing the dimensions and dynamics of the nexus between existing and emergent (im)mobilities, values, and citizenship of under the motto “Europe and the World: Mobilities, Values and Citizenship”. Several WSF researchers from the … More WSF Researchers at the 25th International Conference of Europeanists, 28 – 30 March 2018, Chicago (USA)

Unemployment Provisions for Self-employed EU Citizens: A European Law Blog Commentary on the Gusa Case

by Dion Kramer (TransJudFare) The WSF research project TransJudFare studies the impact of the European Court of Justice on national welfare policies. As part of this, the Amsterdam team of TransJudFare regularly publishes blog posts commenting on legal developments in the field of EU free movement law. Especially now with Brexit looming and the prospect … More Unemployment Provisions for Self-employed EU Citizens: A European Law Blog Commentary on the Gusa Case

TransJudFare Puzzle Piece: No Welfare Tourism in Denmark

by Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen (TransJudFare) As part of the TransJudFare team, Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen from University of Copenhagen wrote a puzzle piece to disseminate recent findings from the project to Danish media and stakeholders. The findings were featured in two articles in the Danish newspaper Politiken, one on the myth of welfare tourism and one … More TransJudFare Puzzle Piece: No Welfare Tourism in Denmark