Abstract no. 466

This paper discusses the movement of Roma from the Czech Republic to the UK following the expansion of the European Union in 2004 and places it within historical context of Roma marginalisation, exclusion and mobility. Following the post-socialist transition and the...

Abstract no. 397

Migration is linked to mankind from its earliest phases. It is usually responsible to bring social and cultural changes in a community; and also leads to population redistribution. This paper intends to elucidate internal migration of marginalised people from rural to...

Abstract no. 321

This paper addresses the social consequences of the financial and ‘refugee’ crises in Greece, and particularly how they impact the post-compulsory (15+) educational trajectories of young refugees and asylum seekers in the country. It argues that even after youth have...

Abstract no. 153

Social Movements have become the key feature of modern political life. Touraine, Melucci, Offe and others opined the new post-industrial or information societies are fostering a growing awareness of differences through subcultures and counter-cultures, and that these...

Abstract no. 53

In February 2019, the Supreme Court of India directed that all the forest dwelling communities that could not prove their land rights to the forest were to be evicted. As many as 11, 27, 446 households as of now face eviction and many more will be added to that...