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Migrations and transnational welfare
10 December 2007

This project was envisaged by FIERI and CeSPI as a continuation of the MIGRACTION programme. The research, financed by the Compagnia di San Paolo, analysed the phenomenon of women who migrate alone and perform assistance and care work in Italy, and the related phenomenon of the widespread unregulated internationalization of welfare mechanisms. The research work ran from December 2005 to March 2007, both in Italy and the countries of origin (Romania and Ukraine). The main aim was to outline innovative strategies designed to alleviate and prevent the emerging forms of exclusion and poverty which characterize high emigration contexts (in particular, but not exclusively, female emigration). It also proposed to contribute to outlining more general reforms of traditional welfare mechanisms and institutions (both national and local), in order to incorporate the transnational dimension in a sustainable, responsible way, including with regards to countries potentially subject to care drain and care shortage.

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PROJECT STATUS
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START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2006
END DATE PROJECT
28/02/2007
TAG
Migrations and transnational welfare
10 December 2007

This project was envisaged by FIERI and CeSPI as a continuation of the MIGRACTION programme. The research, financed by the Compagnia di San Paolo, analysed the phenomenon of women who migrate alone and perform assistance and care work in Italy, and the related phenomenon of the widespread unregulated internationalization of welfare mechanisms. The research work ran from December 2005 to March 2007, both in Italy and the countries of origin (Romania and Ukraine). The main aim was to outline innovative strategies designed to alleviate and prevent the emerging forms of exclusion and poverty which characterize high emigration contexts (in particular, but not exclusively, female emigration). It also proposed to contribute to outlining more general reforms of traditional welfare mechanisms and institutions (both national and local), in order to incorporate the transnational dimension in a sustainable, responsible way, including with regards to countries potentially subject to care drain and care shortage.

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
Concluso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2006
END DATE PROJECT
28/02/2007
TAG
Migrations and transnational welfare
10 December 2007

This project was envisaged by FIERI and CeSPI as a continuation of the MIGRACTION programme. The research, financed by the Compagnia di San Paolo, analysed the phenomenon of women who migrate alone and perform assistance and care work in Italy, and the related phenomenon of the widespread unregulated internationalization of welfare mechanisms. The research work ran from December 2005 to March 2007, both in Italy and the countries of origin (Romania and Ukraine). The main aim was to outline innovative strategies designed to alleviate and prevent the emerging forms of exclusion and poverty which characterize high emigration contexts (in particular, but not exclusively, female emigration). It also proposed to contribute to outlining more general reforms of traditional welfare mechanisms and institutions (both national and local), in order to incorporate the transnational dimension in a sustainable, responsible way, including with regards to countries potentially subject to care drain and care shortage.

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
Concluso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2006
END DATE PROJECT
28/02/2007
TAG
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