Dans le cadre du 3e Forum de l’Association Internationale de Sociologie en juillet 2016 à Vienne/Autriche, 12 sessions seront organisées par le RC09 Social Transformations and Sociology of Development.
Marseille 23-24 September 2015 –MUCEM – Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée
Since January 2014 the Emborders project, based at the Mediterranean Laboratory of Sociology – LAMES (MMSH/Aix -Marseille University) has looked critically at humanitarian interventions and policies addressing victims of sex trafficking and sexual minority asylum seekers in in the UK and France. The project examines the workings of ‘sexual humanitarianism’, a concept created by Nicola Mai to understand and represent the humanitarian governance of undesirable migrants that are framed as vulnerable according to their sexual orientation and/or behaviour.
CODESRIA is a Pan-African membership research organization established in 1973 with the broad goal of promoting the work of African and Diaspora social scientists. A key goal of CODESRIA at its inception was to increase African contributions to social scientific work on the continent, in an era when scholars from outside of Africa dominated efforts at understanding the continent. Funding research by African scholars and publishing the results of such work were key tools in this struggle.
Parution : Christine Verschuur, Isabelle Guerin, Hélène Guétat-Bernard, Under Development: Gender, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 344 p.
Présentation de l’éditeur
Despite various decades of research and claim-making by feminist scholars and movements, gender remains an overlooked area in development studies.