Amandine Le BellecSciences Po Paris | IEP · Centre de recherches politiques (CEVIPOF)
Amandine Le Bellec
PhD in political science at Sciences Po Paris and the University of Trento. Temporary lecturer at Sciences Po.
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PhD candidate in political science at the University of Trento and Sciences Po Paris. Currently working on the reforms of the Common European Asylum System. Interested in migration, gender, and environmental issues.
This volume is the eight in the annual series and the third of its kind published with the Presses Universitaires de Liège. The State of Environmental Migration aims to provide its readership with the most updated assessments on recent events and evolving dynamics of environmental migration throughout the world. Each year, the editors select the be...
Survey conducted and published by the Caélif, umbrella organization of LGBT+ students organizations in Paris and its region.
Originally published in Frontiers in Human Dynamics, April 2021. EU Member States may legally designate a country as a Safe Country of Origin when human rights and democratic standards are generally respected. For nationals of these countries, asylum claims are treated in an accelerated way, the underlying objective of the “safe country” designat...
The volume collects contributions given at the 2019 UN.I.RE-Trento Unit Conference and Seminar with the patronage of the Department of Humanities and the Center for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies of the University of Trento Published with the endorsement of the Area dipartimentale di Filosofi a, Storia e Beni culturali and of the Area dipartiment...