The debate will focus on populism, the role of civil society and the mobilisation of different social groups in decision-making processes.
The Journal of Language and Politics published the article co-signed by Daniel Thiele, Mojca Pajnik, Birgit Sauer and Iztok Šori.
Abstracts should be submitted by 15 January 2024.
The book The Complexity of Populism: New Approaches and Methods (Routledge), which includes a chapter by Mojce Pajnik entitled Transformations of the Media Sphere: Amplifying Opportunity Structures for Populism.
A consortium meeting of the EcsEuro research project took place in Berlin last week, within which we are studying the solidarity, caring and community practices of social movements on...
Squatting and Direct Urban Space Care: The Case of the Participatory Ljubljana Autonomous Zone (PLAC)
An article by Sandi Abram in Traditiones on how the squatting community comprehends and implements direct care for urban space in the context of gentrification and elitisation of the...
JUSTMIG: Sustainable and Socially Just Transnational Sectoral Labour Markets: Industrial Relations and Labour Market Adjustment to the Rise in Temporary Labour Migration
Project combines innovative research and data collection on labour market dynamics of migrant workers in both service and manufacturing sub-sectors across EU Member States and 3 EU candidate countries.
Project aims at supporting interdisciplinary research into the ways that the technological materialities inherent to the datafication of migration and border control may, on account of their black-boxed design,...
SERENY – Strengthening approaches for the prevention of youth radicalisation in prison and probation settings
Project SERENY aims to strengthen intervention programs to prevent youth radicalization in prison and probation settings at European level.
The project addresses two problems related to the work in the platform economy: the first concerns the weakened bargaining power of workers under algorithmic management; the second the issue of […]
The Peace Institute, as part of the FRANET research network and contractual partner of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), which established the research network, has the task...
The project creates awareness for barriers/ inaccessibilities and develops concrete proposals for a more inclusive EU.
Article / Borderless fear? How right-wing populism aligns in affectively framing migration as a security threat in Austria and Slovenia
The findings point to a worrying convergence of anti-migration discourse across borders and to the potential spread of a right-wing populist bloc unified by fear of migration.
Chapter / Care Migration in Care Homes for Older People in the European Semi-Periphery Between Slovenia and Former Yugoslav Countries
The authors note that the political economy of care in neoliberal capitalism needs borders and their ambiguity - it needs borders that are both porous and exclusionary.
The text deals with the specific modality of the end, which manifests itself as a pervasive sense of the constant, imminent and real threat of total destruction of the...
Article / Squatting and direct care for urban space: the case of the Participatory Ljubljana Autonomous Zone (PLAC)
The article deals with the question of how the squatting community understands and implements direct care for urban space in the context of gentrification and elitization of the city.
Article / Theorizing and mapping media ownership networks in authoritarian-populist contexts: a comparative analysis of Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, and Turkey
The article aims to contribute to the ongoing discussions on authoritarian populism and the media, from the lens of the political economy of ownership.
Status review, EU criminal law and the Victims’ Directive in the national contexts.