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List of theses

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June 2016

  • Rethinking Human Trafficking Prevention in Ukraine: An Alternative Approach to Anti-Policy

  • Occupying the Pauliceia: Migration, social movements and the claim of the urban space in São Paulo, Brazil

  • Beyond Survival, Towards Revitalisation: The Cultural Identity Struggle of the Rapanui People of Rapa Nui

  • Extension of Voting Rights to Citizens Abroad: Implications for the State and Citizens Abroad (A Case Study of Ghana)

  • Aspirations in the Context of Irregular Migration: The Trajectories of Syrian Asylum Seekers Arriving in Norway

  • Migratory Trajectories and Perspectives on Return Among Undocumented Ethiopian Migrants in Norway

  • Transition from Nomadism to Sedentarism - Conception, (Dis-)Advantages and Effects - Focusing on previously (semi-)nomadic pastoralists from the Beni Amir people in Eastern Sudan

  • Racist Violence against Asylum Seekers in Germany. The Perspective of Victim Support Organisations

  • Resisting violence(s): Internally displaced women in Khartoum and Mexico City

  • European family reunification policy - a possibility of a right? The impact of family reunification policies on Filipinas in Iceland

  • Diversity and Trust: A case study of King System, Oldenburg, Germany

  • Between the devil and the deep sea: The experiences of protracted refugee situations in the Nakivale refugee settlement

  • Imagining (im)mobility: A study on imageries of the West, aspirations, and (im)mobility, through the case of youth in Mbarara Municipality, Uganda

  • Stabilisation of Conflict-Affected Communities: Transition to peace through a value-chain-approach in Sudan

  • The Politics of 'Refugee' Mobility in the European Union: The case of Syrians Refugees in Germany

  • Patriotism in the discourses of PEGIDA on Facebook in Germany

  • Responding to Internal Displacement in Ukraine - Seeking Empowerment for IDPs in Host Communities

  • Disciplining Bodies across Borders? Migrant Women’s Attitudes towards Norwegian Policies on Female Genital Cuttings

  • "Education is our weapon for the future" - Access and non-access to higher education for refugees in Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Uganda

  • "How could a city be made a perfect place for everybody?" An Action Research study of pedagogical interventions towards power-reduced group dynamics in a voluntary service seminar group.

  • A Comprehensive Study of Four Pertinent Agents Contribution in Relation to the Education Social Exclusion Pandemic Plaguing the Roma Children of Ostrava, Czech Republic

  • Tahrib - "A Shortcut through Hell". A mobile view on risk taking on the journey north from the Horn of Africa

  • Impacts of the criminalization of immigrants in post-apartheid South Africa: The Operation FIELA Case

  • The case of the "scafista": a modern scapegoat?

  • Migration and the Underworld. A research on the dynamics between migrants and criminal organisations in Ballarò, Palermo

  • Bilingualism, school system and circular migration? An analysis of the struggles of Italian migrant children in German schools: A case study

June 2015

  • Integration perspectives and transnational practices of Latin American immigrants in Germany

  • Shuttle migration and the transfer of culture and music. The lifestyle of European traveling musicians in Berlin

  • Unaccompanied Minor Refugees - The (non-) implementation of legal rights for the protection of minors in international and national settings

  • The Global Governance Refugees: An analysis of Effectiveness of Burden Sharing Approaches of European Union in the Syria Crisis

  • Post-conflict reconstruction in Sudan

  • The European Dream and its Impact on Migration: The Nigerian-Italian Case

  • Challenges of working outside camps; lessons for UNHCR

  • The Pope Francis phenomenon: towards a new approach to migration?

  • Refugee education and the arts horizon: an applicable model emerging from Nakivale Refugee Settlement

  • Social Norms and anti-Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Initiatives in Sudan: A study on the normative expectations of male university students

  • The impact of neoliberal organization of the welfare state on living conditions of elderly people and their relatives with immigrant background: The Case of Sweden.

  • Transforming Gender Relations and Power dynamics in Refugee Setting. Empowered Women, Neglected Men? Case Study from Nakivale

  • Contesting illegality: Europeanised acts of citizenship? A case study of the pro-regularisation movement in The Netherlands

  • Indigenous cosmologies in politics and well-being improvement: Bolivia as study case.

  • Human Trafficking of Eritreans: Sinai Torture Victims

  • Norwegian housing policy and integration process of refugees: the power relations between state, municipality and individual

  • Language and Literacy practices among the Armenian community in Montevideo

  • Countering Antiziganism

  • Experience of settlement and integration - Research based on recalled memories of Vietnamese migrants in the Czech Republic

  • Work related stress among the personnel working with forced migrants

  • Identifying causes of low participation in primary education of nomadic children, and girls in particular; assessing potential solutions to this problem in Sudan

  • We became a city. Representations of diversity in the urban space: a comparative analysis of Stavanger and Oldenburg

  • The Making of Sudan’s Student Movement: a History of Student Activities and Politics at Khartoum University, 1956-1985

  • African Identity in the Arab World

  • Challenges of Male Survivors of SGBV in Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Uganda

  • Successful and Unsuccessful Reintegration: A case study of educated and skilled return migrant in Bangladesh

  • Impacts of Habitus of Immigrants on the Integration Process: The Case Study of Chinese Immigrants in Zagreb

  • The World System, Social Networks, and Migration to South Africa: The Case of Ethiopian Irregular Migrants in Source, Transit and Destination Countries

 

September 2014

  • Psychosocial Support in Refugee Settings. The case of Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Uganda

  • Going back with a future? The case of rejected asylum seekers returning from Norway to Russia

  • Modern Slavery: Ethiopian Domestic Workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  • "Sauti Zetu": Songs from Nakivale Refugee Settlement. A participatory art-based research with young Congolese Refugees

  • Is There Empowerment Beyond Vulnerability? Ecuadorian Women Heading their Households in Madrid

  • ChinaLoveMatch: Does race really matter? A study of international matchmaking website

  • Is Political Integration actually working? An Emic-Analysis of the political integration of Ethiopian immigrants in Norway: a case of Oslo and Rogaland Region

  • ’Technically I have two homes; yet I belong to none’ - Motivations and Challenges of a transnational Passage from Germany to Istanbul for Women of the Second Turkish Migration Generation

  • What's in an Image? A Study of Belgium's 'Jihadi Syria-Fighters'

  • Migration Visualities, or How Ocular-­centric Directions Intervene in Dis-ordering Images and their Making

  • Organizational Support from Diakonie and Caritas to Irregular Migrants in Berlin, Germany

  • When a new ‘social’ actor meets a historical channel of political participation: The complex approach of the 1st National Conference on Migration and Refuge in Brazil

  • Refugee integration in the City of Buenos Aires: an exploration on the possibilities for the advancement of labour mobility schemes

  • Foreign Natives?' Transnational mobility, sense of identity and citizenship: the case of UN international staff in Sudan

  • The Concept of Courage and Forced Migration Courage as an Aspect of Forced Migrants’ Agency: Theoretical Concept and Everyday Strategy

  • Migration Challenges in post-revolution Tunisia: The case of Sub-Saharan migrants

  • Roma Civil Society Organizations in Combating Institutional Discrimination Against the Roma Population - The Case of Macedonia

  • The Transformation of the Immigrant Body: a study of Iranian Immigrant women in Norway

  • Effectiveness of Nightingale Mentorin Program - Integration and education of migrant children in Norway and Sweden

  • Trafficking in Human Beings, Challenges in the Identification Process: The Stavanger Case

  • Vulnerable Asylum Seekers: Towards an Appropriate Assessment, Special Reception Conditions and Comprehensive Care. A Critical Assessment of the BNS Network in Berlin

 

August 2013

  • Return Migration and Gender in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Narratives of the Women Returnees in the City Banja Luka

  • 'This Place is not magnificent': Trajectories and Narratives of Congolese Refugees at the Nakivale Refugee Settlement, Uganda

  • 'Every day the war continues in my body' - Narrativising the Social Construction of the Wounded Body in Post Conflict Northern Uganda

  • Empowered and Unrecognized: Stories of Highly-Skilled Returnees in Armenia

  • Embodied Socialities - Female Genital Cuttings in Eastern Uganda. Contingencies, Context and Change Within a Tri-Ethnic Framework

  • Immigrant Childrens' Perceptions of Home: The Case of Lithuanian Children in Stavanger Municipality, Norway

  • A Study in Ambivalent Care. Exploring After-School Support for Migrant Children in Vienna

  • Becoming a Transgender/Intersex Internal Migrant in Urban Gauteng: Challenges and Experiences of Transition while Seeking Access to Medical Services

  • 'Bones in the Wrong Soil': Reburials and Belonging in Post-Conflict Acholiland, Northern Uganda

  • Representation of the 'Cultural Other' through Ethnographic Museums - A Critical Analysis of the Exhibition 'Muslim Worlds'

  • Border and Borderlands in the Past and Present: Observing the European Union Cross-Border Cooperation Policy in the Italo-Slovene Border

  • Unaccompanied minors seeking asylum in Slovenia: enhancing resilience through psychosocial support and social capital

  • Development and Human Rights Violations: The Case of Oil-Induced Displacement in Western Uganda

  • Protecting the Individual or Threatening the Group? A Critical Analysis of Legitimation Discourses

  • Formation of Diaspora through Diasporic and Transnational Linkages: The Case of Bangladeshi Immigrants in Padova, Italy

  • ‘The other' crossing: Discursive Representations of the Management and Dynamics of the Southern Border of Spain

  • Welfare and Migration: Transitions into and out of Welfare Benefits Receipt Among Polish Migrant Workers in Norway

  • Going 'Home' for the Sake of the Nation? The Challenges Facing Southern Sudanese Women in Post-secession Khartoum

  • African Students in Stavanger. Everyday Life and Migratory Projects

  • No Voice, no Face, no Empathy. Critical Analysis of Asylum Seekers' Written and Visual Representation in Swiss Newspapers

  • From Refugees' Rights to States' Interests: The Expiration of Rwandan Refugee Status

  • Transnational Social Movements Organization: The Case of Mexico via Berlin (MvB)

  • Repatriation for Burmese Refugees along the Thai-Burmese Border in Protracted Refugee Situation

  • Would you ever go back? Never, Never! The multiculturalism hypothesis and the experience of inclusion/exclusion of Czech Roma refugees in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA)

 

 

If you are interested in a particular paper, please get in contact with the EMMIR coordination office in Oldenburg at emmir@uni-oldenburg.de