Care chain: care regimes, migration and gender equality in an enlarged Europe
The main purpose of the workshop 'Care chain: care migration and gender equality in an enlarged Europe' is to disseminate the research findings at the intersection of care, migration and gender equality that were achieved by researchers of the CEU Center for Policy Studies in the last couple of years.
The workshop brings together international scholars and local researchers in the field of care, migration and gender equality studies. It encompasses contemporary empirical findings of various disciplines including cultural anthropology, labour economics, policy studies, political science, social policy and sociology. The workshop reflects both societal and individual perspectives of care work that is one of the few sectors where employment opportunities are expected to expand in the coming decades. The focus of the workshop is on three aspects of care: institutional arrangements of care regimes, the role of migrant care workers and the gender equality impacts of care.
The papers of the workshop are planned to be published at a special issue of the journal "Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics" (a new comparative Central European academic journal with double-blind peer review system).
- Zsuzsa Blaskó (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute)
- Michaela Gstrein (IHS, Institute for Advanced Studies)
- Adrienn Győry (Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis)
- Majda Hrženjak (Peace Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies)
- Judit Keller (Institute for Regional Studies, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
- Erika Kispéter (School of Sociology & Social Policy, University of Leeds)
- Attila Melegh (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute and Institute of Sociology and Social Policy, Corvinus University)
- Márton Medgyesi (TÁRKI Social Research Institute and Institute of Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
- Judit Takács (Institute of Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
- Tünde Turai (Institute of Ethnology, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest