Informal child migration in Europe.
Project leader: Elisabeth L’orange Furst
In this project we investigate how informal networks of care constitute a social and cultural potential for children and adult caretakers who are involved, temporally or permanently, in informal and illegal migration within and into Europe. The project brings together experts from four institutions in Oslo: Department of Social Anthropology, University of Oslo; The Institute of Social research, ISF; FAFO Institute for Applied International Studies; and International Peace Research Insititute, PRIO. The project will involve research in five Western European countries (Norway, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Italy), two Eastern European countries (Moldova and Ukraine), two African countries (Angola and Cape Verde) and one country in Latin America (Ecuador).
For more information, see the project's website here