Multilevel Constitutionalism for Multilevel Governance of Public Goods
This study explores the institutional changes designed to accommodate these devolved authorities, whilst maintaining a central role for the UK government. His principal research interests are in European Union governance and EU-member state relations. He has published extensively in the areas of policy studies and British politics and is co-author, with Ian Holliday, of an institutional analysis of the UK core executive, The British Cabinet System.
She is a member of the Europa Institute and author of work published in the areas of EU social policy and the role of national and sub-member State parliaments in the EU multi-level governance system.
Her current research activities are to assess the impact of UK devolution on UK-EU governance arrangements across a number of public policy areas. She has recently published on coalition theory and practice and on aspects of German political identity and is currently writing a book on the consolidation of German unification.
He has published extensively in economic and governance aspects of European integration.
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To explore all of these dimensions, RESPOND employs a truly interdisciplinary approach, using legal and policy analysis, comparative historical analysis, political claims analysis, socio-economic and cultural analysis, longitudinal survey analysis, interview based analysis, and photovoice techniques. In addition to academic articles, books and conferences, RESPOND will result in policy briefs, standardised datasets, country and comparative reports. With its strong focus on policy, RESPOND addresses the challenges that individuals, organisations and authorities are facing with regards to migration governance and contributes new knowledge on attitudes to migration and integration.
Several novel sub-projects will be implemented as part of the project, including photovoice, a documentary film, art exhibitions, advice hubs and migration governance networks.
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After these roundtables, the main findings and discussions will be synthesized into policy briefs, which will be further disseminated at national levels to related authorities and organisations. This report will include prescriptive findings, a comparative assessment of existing policies and practices and will highlight best practices for different fields of migration governance. The Advice Hubs will rely on local volunteers for everyday functioning, acting as a site of socialisation between local and refuge communities via provision of advice and support, with the aim of educating local populations in the plight of refugees, and more effectively encouraging the integration of refugees into local communities.
To explore the impact of the refugee crisis on politics, we are going to see what politicians talk about in terms of European integration, how they appeal to their domestic audience and what kind of ideas they introduce to the public. For the advice hubs, the plan is to establish legal aid, educational aid, employment aid and public health clinics, in Istanbul and Baghdad, and we will also look to host a series of lectures to dispel the false news about immigration into the European Union.
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