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Ilker Atac at the Think and Drink Colloquium

Montag, 20.06.2016 Dr. Ilker Atac, Universität Wien Inside the Deportation Gap – Social Membership for Non-Deported Persons Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - Urban and Regional Sociology The project “Inside the deportation gap – social membership for non-deported persons” studies the access to social rights of persons who have a deportation order yet who for various reasons cannot get deported. The main focus of the research is the production of social membership in local level public policy making, especially through the discretionary power of street-level bureaucrats.
  • Ilker Atac at the Think and Drink Colloquium
  • 2016-06-20T18:00:00+02:00
  • 2016-06-20T21:00:00+02:00
  • Montag, 20.06.2016 Dr. Ilker Atac, Universität Wien Inside the Deportation Gap – Social Membership for Non-Deported Persons Institut für Sozialwissenschaften - Urban and Regional Sociology The project “Inside the deportation gap – social membership for non-deported persons” studies the access to social rights of persons who have a deportation order yet who for various reasons cannot get deported. The main focus of the research is the production of social membership in local level public policy making, especially through the discretionary power of street-level bureaucrats.
Wann 20.06.2016 von 18:00 bis 21:00 (Europe/Berlin / UTC200) iCal
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Montag, 20.06.2016 (Der Vortrag findet in deutscher Sprache statt)

Dr. Ilker Atac, Universität Wien

Inside the Deportation Gap – Social Membership for Non-Deported Persons

 

The project “Inside the deportation gap – social membership for non-deported persons” studies the access to social rights of persons who have a deportation order yet who for various reasons cannot get deported. The main focus of the research is the production of social membership in local level public policy making, especially through the discretionary power of street-level bureaucrats.