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CfA: Conference in Berlin addressing labour-market related discrimination of migrants & women

Call for contributions for the final conference of the project “Access plus: Access to social rights in
Germany and France: inequalities and discrimination, gender and migration in the jeux d’échelles of the European space”, Sept 20-21, 2024, at the Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin

Organizers: Christine Barwick-Gross & Monika Eigmüller (Europa-Universität Flensburg), Stefanie

Börner (Otto von Guericke Universität Magdeburg), Eléanor Breton, Olivier Giraud & Nikola Tietze (Lise, CNAM Paris, & CMB, Berlin)

In the final conference of the French-German project “Access plus” we seek to address labor-

market related discrimination of women and of (post-)migrants, using an international comparative
perspective, with Germany and France at the centre. Starting from the observation that sociological
research on discrimination is still rather scarce in Europe, we aim to explore how discrimination in
the labor market and regarding access to social rights is produced, addressed, and fought against.
Thereby, by comparing diverse logics of discrimination, among others intersectional ones, we seek
to foreground the experiences of women and (post-)migrants, two societal ‘groups’ that still facedisadvantages compared to male native labor market participants.

Please find the call here.