Exploring welfare bricolage in Europe’s superdiverse neighbourhoods: a new concept for an age of complexity

Migration-driven diversity means European cities are becoming increasingly superdiverse yet our ways of undertaking welfare research and the ways in which services are delivered have yet to adapt to account for superdiversification processes.  This talk will introduce the concept of welfare bricolage using it as a mechanism to explore the structures and rationales underpinning need and action, and how resources are connected across welfare regimes and borders and within locales.

 

Due to Covid safety protocols, only DSPI students, staff, and affiliates will have card access to Barnett House.

Registration is required.
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