Abstract no. 416

After the economic crisis of 2008, Spain became emigration country after being a popular destination for migrants for several decades. Unemployment became high, especially among young people, leading to what has been called “exodus of qualified Spaniards”...

Abstract no. 382

Since the 1960s, the Netherlands have been recruiting guest-workers from Turkey to rebuild the country after the war. Consequently, in Amsterdam, people of Turkish origin are one of the largest non-EU immigrant groups. This study focusses on people with a Turkish...

Abstract no. 185

Due to the non-decolonization of the Western Sahara and its subsequent invasion, since 1975 that exiled Sahrawi youth is involved, among other movements, in a model of “transnational education” (Chatty et al. 2010), where thousands of young people leave annually the...

Abstract no. 75

The paper addresses three different visions of the future in relation to social changes in Slovenia. It refers to the metanarrative about entrepreneurship as a generator of social development, to social entrepreneurship as an institutional agent of social changes, and...