Navigating forced displacement: the influence of everyday informal practices on forced migrants’ human security

Workshop

22-23 February 2019
Versione stampabile
Venue: Building of Sociology and Social Research, via Verdi, 26 (Trento) -  Meeting room - II floor
 

Program:

Day 1, 22 February

14:00-14:15   Sara de Simone (University of Trento)
  • Introduction to the workshop 
14:15-14:45   Paolo Boccagni (University of Trento)
  • Opening speech: Refugees and the search for “home” as ontological security: a conceptual framework
14:45-15:45   Enes Ayasli (Migration Research Center at Koc University, Istanbul) and Duygu Ekin Simsek (Energy Policy Research Center at Bilkent University, Ankara)  
  • A quest for human security: trajectories of Syrian refugees in Turkey
15:45-16:45 Coffee break
 
16:15-17:15   Irene Costantini (University of Naples L’Orientale)
  • Practices of Exclusion, Narratives of Inclusion: Violence, Population Movements and Identity Politics in post-Islamic State Northern Iraq
17:15-18:15    Aurora Massa (University of Trento)
  • A precarious security? Informal dwellings of Eritrean refugees in Rome
 
20:00 Social dinner
 

Day 2, 23 February

9:00-10:00   Eria Olowo Onyango (Makerere University, Kampala)
  • Livelihood Strategies of South Sudan Refugees in Northern Uganda: Understanding the dynamics of cross border smuggling
10:00-11:00   Sara de Simone (University of Trento)
  • Becoming “more Ugandan”. Local citizenship negotiation practices among refugees from South Sudan in Adjumani town
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
 
11:30-12:30   Stevens Aguto Odongoh (Makerere University, Kampala)
  • Making use of a borderland in violent social setting: South Sudanese Irregular Mobility along the Uganda-South Sudan Border
12:30-13:00  
  • Conclusions of the workshop