Helping Hands: Research network on the everyday border work of European citizens
Helping Hands. Research Network on the Everyday Border Work of European Citizens is funded by the Danish Research Council for Independent Research 2017-2019 (DFF/6107-00111). The interdisciplinary research network gathers researchers (ethnologists, anthropologists, human geographers, borders and migration scholars), from 6 different countries; Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands and Scotland. Through a selection of six European locales, the network will explore the different ways of doing solidarity work in European everyday life, in support of refugees coming to Europe.
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Closing conference for the research project "Helping Hands".
All project activities
Kick-off seminar 31 May 2017
University of Copenhagen,
Faculty of Humanities
Auditorium 22.0.11 (KUA1)
Karen Blixens Vej 8
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
The seminar is open to all and includes two keynote lectures and a round-table with experts in the field. Read the program here.