Temper Project | 4th International Seminar on Migrations, Agriculture and Food Sustainability: Dynamics, Challenges and Perspectives in the Global Context
1100
single,single-portfolio_page,postid-1100,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-theme-ver-10.0,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.12,vc_responsive

4th International Seminar on Migrations, Agriculture and Food Sustainability: Dynamics, Challenges and Perspectives in the Global Context

DSC_0103JPG
IMG_7304JPG
IMG_7261
DSC_0042JPG
IMG_7262JPG
IMG_7263JPG
IMG_7264JPG
IMG_7265JPG
IMG_7267JPG
IMG_7271JPG
IMG_7277JPG
IMG_7280JPG
IMG_7278JPG
IMG_7281JPG
IMG_7282JPG
IMG_7283JPG
IMG_7284JPG
IMG_7285JPG
CSC_0120JPG
CSC_0119JPG
CSC_0122JPG
IMG_7292JPG
DSC_0057JPG
IMG_7286JPG
DSC_0058JPG
DSC_0055
DSC_0061
DSC_0064JPG
DSC_0068JPG
DSC_0071JPG
DSC_0072JPG
DSC_0075
DSC_0077
DSC_0079
IMG_7296JPG
IMG_7294
IMG_7299JPG
CSC_0123JPG
DSC_0082JPG
DSC_0089JPG
DSC_0091JPG
DSC_0094JPG
IMG_7300JPG
DSC_0096JPG
DSC_0104JPG
DSC_0106JPG
DSC_0131
DSC_0133
DSC_0134JPG
IMG_7303JPG
Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

CSIC, Madrid, 26-27 January 2017

Program | Book of Abstracts | Presentations

Conference Venue:

 

Centre of Human and Social Sciences (CCHS),

Albasanz 26-28, Madrid. Metro Station: Suanzes (Green line).

 

Seminar:

 

The 4th International Seminar on Migrations, Agriculture and Food Sustainability: Dynamics, Challenges and Perspectives in the Global Context will be the continuation of the ones already done in Bergamo 2013, Murcia 2014 and Athens 2015.

 

The objectives of this fourth event will be to follow up with the discussions that took place in the previous events and extend them to other researchers from different geographical areas. As well, a second goal of the Seminar will be to take advantage of the presence of researchers from different countries to discuss the EU directives on Seasonal Work and Posted Workers, currently under revision. We will identify and discuss the most problematic aspects in both Directives, at the light of past and current fieldwork experiences and summarize the content and conclusions drawn from this debate to make recommendations to the EU Commission, in accordance with the objectives of the EU TEMPER Project (http://www.temperproject.eu).

 

Please click on the button below to download the full Call for Abstracts in PDF.

 

Confirmed participants:

Click here to download the Book of Abstracts containing all the received proposals:

Javier Sanz Cañada (CSIC – Spain) – Approaches to Sustainability and Resilience of Local Agro-Food Systems

 

Cristina Brovia (University of Torino – Italy) – Seasonal work as a last resort or an opportunity? A study of Moroccan, Romanian and sub-Saharan seasonal workers’ conditions and migratory paths in the region of Saluzzo (Piedmont, Italy)

 

Mădălina Manea, Alin Croitoru (Center for Migration Studies (CeSMig)/University of Bucharest – Romania) and Alexandra Deliu (University of Bucharest – Romania) – Romanian youth migration – opportunity structure and life strategies. A case study

 

Alin Croitoru (Center for Migration Studies (CeSMig)/University of Bucharest – Romania) Georgiana Toth (National Institute for Research and Development Urban-Incerc – Romania) and Monica Şerban (Research Institute for Quality of Life (ICCV)/Romanian Academy – Romania) – Individual outcomes for youth Romanian migrants in agriculture

 

Alexandra Deliu, Monica Şerban (Research Institute for Quality of Life (ICCV)/Romanian Academy – Romania) and Mădălina Manea (University of Bucharest – Romania) – Types of Romanian migration to agriculture and types of migrants. A case study

 

Francisco Torres (University of Valencia – Spain)  and María Elena Gadea Montesinos (University of Murcia- Spain) – Recruitment and different mobility forms in wine-growing areas. Reflections from the D.O. Utiel-Requena

 

Emmanuelle Hellio (CNRS – France) – Dead season? The contribution of gender analysis to the understanding of the migratory utilitarianism in Temporary Migration Programs.

 

Juan Agustín González Rodríguez (University of Lleida – Spain) – The formal and informal intermediaries in the recruitment of seasonal workers in Lleida’s fruit campaign: actions and impacts.

 

Lydia Medland (University of Bristol – UK) – Tomatoes from Thursday: reflections from fieldwork with seasonal workers in Morocco

 

Michele Nori (European University Institute – Italy) – Migrant shepherds and their role in sustainable pastoralism in the Mediterranean

 

Juana Moreno Nieto (Aix Marseille University – France) – Neocolonial dynamics in the strawberry export sector in Morocco

 

Irene Peano (University of Bucharest)  – The governance of mobility in agro-industrial commodity chains: Patterns of differential inclusion, fragmentation and segregation in Italian agricultural districts and beyond

 

Katja Lindner (University of Leipzig – Germany) – Perspectives of the social actors involved in the system of “contracts in origin” – results of a sociological field study in the Agricultural Sector of Almería (Southern Spain).

 

Mohamed Bouchelkha and Bahija El Haiba (Ibn Zohr University – Morocco) – Migrant women and globalized agriculture in Morocco: A new dynamic with multiple effects: the case of the Souss region

 

Johan Fredrik Rye (NTNU – Norway)  and Sam Scott (University of Gloucestershire, UK) – Labour migration to rural Europe: a review of the evidence

 

Matteo Belletti (University of Florence – Italy) – A triple enclave comparison. Differences and similarities in recruitment and working conditions among Romanian farm workers in Cuneo (Italy), Kent (UK) and Lleida (Spain)

 

Alicia Reigada, Marta Soler Montiel, Manuel Delgado Cabeza (University of Seville)  and David Pérez Neira (University of León) – Labour Market, public policies and migratory networks: Fragmentation of the working class in the fields of Almeria

 

Loukia-Maria Fratsea and Apostolos G. Papadopoulos (Harokopio University of Athens – Greece) – Facets of migrant labour contribution in Greek agriculture: Precarity, mobilities and social integration

 

Monika Szulecka (Polish Academy of Sciences – Poland) – Declaration system as a Polish “gate” to seasonal employment – more pros or cons? Reflections on the planned amendments to the law on access to short-term foreign work in Poland

 

Maria Dardoumpa (University of Thessaly – Greece) – A spatial analysis on the labor trajectory of Albanian immigrants in Greece

 

José Duarte Ribeiro (Middle East Technical University – Turkey) – Between Localness and Deterritorialization: challenges in Southern European small-scale farming

 

Yoan Molinero Gerbeau (CSIC – Spain) – Migrant’s agency in global agricultural chains? Evidences from the case of Bolivian migrants in Argentina’s agriculture and Moroccan migrants in the enclave of Piana del Sele (Salerno, Italy)

 

Gennaro Avallone (University of Salerno – Italy) – Farm workers’ struggles and agriculture in Italy: an analysis of the new law about caporalato

 

At distance:

 

Olga Achón (University of Barcelona – Spain) – Philanthropy and assistentialism. Formulas to legitimize circular migration programs of foreign agricultural workers in Catalonia

 

Anna Mary Garrapa (UNAM – Mexico) – The work of indigenous Mexicans in Californian agribusiness: harvesting strawberries in the Oxnard field.

 

Alessandra Corrado (University of Calabria – Italy) – Migrations, labor and agriculture: which kind of resistances in the global agri-food?

 

Samiha Salhi (Mohammed V University – Morocco) – Changing gender relations and agricultural labour migration: reconsidering the link

 

Panagiota Kotsila (UAB/Entitle – Spain)  and Giorgos Kallis (ICREA/Entitle – Spain) – The biopolitics of malaria in Greece: migrant expulsions and evolutionary racism as drivers of disease

 

Organizers:

Yoan Molinero Gerbeau

Pre-doc researcher for TEMPER Project

Institute of Economy, Geography and Demography (IEGD)

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

Centre of Human and Social Sciences

Street Albasanz 26-28, 28037, Madrid, Spain

E-mail: yoan.molinero@cchs.csic.es

Tel: 0034 91 602 25 64

Gennaro Avallone

Senior Researcher

Dipartimento di scienze politiche sociali e della comunicazione

Università degli Studi di Salerno (UNISA)

Via Giovanni Paolo II, 132

84084, Fisciano, Salerno, Italy

E-mail: gavallone@unisa.it

Tel: 0039 089 96 2238