PriMob's website is on!

11 September 2020

The research initiative PriMob: Privileged Mobilities: local impacts, belonging and citizenship has a new website.

The website contains a blog section, where members post reflections, opinions, and news regarding the field of privileged migration. A section 'Mapping the field', aiming to provide a list of key literature on the topic is under construction.

Click here to check out the website: http://primob.ceg.ulisboa.pt/

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