Kitti Baracsi is among the 17 social-change leaders who will join LSE’s International Inequalities Institute this autumn as Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity.
The open access book “Politics of (Dis)Integration” edited by INTEGRIM fellows Sophie Hinger and Reinhard Schweitzer was presented at the IMISCOE Spring Conference 2020 in Lisbon
Three school communities: three ways of building resistance and learning democracy under pressure. The article tells the story of initiatives in Hungary, Italy and Spain. Examining democratic practices on the ground and the conflicts that arise gives us insights into what is at stake in state schools, especially in neighbourhoods affected by the different forms of migration and mobility.
Night workers are an invisible group of people who keep the city running with their labour. Those of us who sleep at night have no idea that they even exist, but without them, the supermarket shelves would be empty in the morning.
Kitti Baracsi and Stefano Piemontese will coordinate the panel “Sensing and shaping urban marginality: multimodal and engaged research with children and young people” during the RC21 Conference in Antwerp (6-8 July 2020). Abstracts submissions by 15 March.