Conférence internationale organisée à Minorque (Baléares, Espagne) par Sociology of International Migrations Research Team (ESOMI) - Universidade da Coruña
Appel à communication jusqu’au 1er août 2011
Extrait de la présentation en ligne :
"The main objective of this event is to articulate the debate surrounding issues of gender, migration and development. The specific aim of the conference is to combine the disciplines, approaches and perspectives that analyse the various societies affected by international migrations, focusing on the question of gender. Our work will be based on the analyses of global production and reproduction chains (and the so-called ‘global care chains’ in particular) and the new models put forward for the study of emerging trends played out by women in contemporary mobility flows. [...]
There will be four main areas of discussion :
- New theoretical and methodological proposals for the study of female-based mobility and development. Beyond the North-South connections.
- Empirical studies into global production networks and gender. This will include the role of both macro and micro economic chains in the structuring of global capitalism.
- Empirical studies into global care chains and gender. Analysis of maternity-paternity in migration. Empirical studies into local participation methods.
- Gender, migration and development policies. Analysis of projects currently in progress."
Pour en savoir plus, consulter le site de la conférence.