W ubiegłym tygodniu odbyła się konferencja Sekcji Socjologii Pracy Polskiego Towarzystwa Socjologicznego, Social Boundaries of Work, podczas której Justyna Sarnowska i Dominika Winogrodzka zaprezentowały artykuł: The changing meanings of work among university-educated young adults from a temporal perspective [PL: Zmieniające się znaczenia pracy wśród młodych dorosłych z wykształceniem wyższym w perspektywie temporalnej] opublikowany we współautorstwie Pauli Pustułki na łamach czasopisma Przegląd Socjologiczny.
Youth Research Center team is expanding research activities regarding to transition to motherhood. Our project Mother 360 degree – a journey to motherhood in contemporary Poland according to experts will be focused on research interview with medical experts, supported professions and parenting blogers or influencers.
Mother 360 degree supports the our longitude research enterprise GEMTRA (http://youth.swps.pl/gemtra/?lang=en). The main goals of this project are to characterize intensive motherhood, take a look at professions of the future and the impact of a pandemic on motherhood perspective changes. More details HERE.
We are pleased to inform you that we are starting a new project untilited School peer violence and entering adulthood: reconstructing and evaluating the meaning of bullying in the process of transition (BULTRA)
The project aims to understand the importance of school bullying (participation in it as a victim, perpetrator or witness) on the transitional processes related to entering adulthood. We want to investigate to what extent post-bullying syndrome and broader bullying experiences affect present biographies of young people in the fields of education, the labor market, personal / family life, and mobility decisions.
We encourage you to see the details of the project!
We are happy to inform that in the frames of CEEYouth research project Agnieszka Trąbka and Paula Pustułka published the article entitled “Bees & butterflies: Polish migrants’ social anchoring, mobility and risks post-Brexit” analysing how young Poles in the UK are coping with Brexit. The paper has been published open access and you can download it from the homepage of the “Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies“.
We are pleased to announce that as a partner in a consortium, under the leadership of the University of Luxembourg, we have been granted a prestigious research project in the European Union Programme for research and innovation – Horizon 2020, in the panel: MIGRATION-03-2019: Social and economic effects of migration in Europe and integration policies, with the project: EMpowerment through liquid Integration of Migrant Youth in vulnerable conditions (MIMY). As the Council of Europe underlines “the youth perspective is rarely taken into account in national and international debate on migration. The needs of young migrants should be better understood and their role in European society should be acknowledged.” (COE 2017: 12).
The overall objective of MIMY is to investigate the integration processes of young migrants (aged between 18 and 29) and minors (15-17) who are third country nationals at risk and who find themselves in vulnerable conditions. The main aim of MIMY is to focus on the integration processes of young migrants and to understand their daily intercultural relations with the local population which leads to the main research question of: How to support the liquid integration processes of young migrants in vulnerable conditions in Europe to increase social and economic benefits of and for migrants?
In the project, we will apply several research methods and techniques, such as statistical secondary data analysis, qualitative analysis of legislation and integration policies, focus group interviews with young migrants and their parents, semi-structured interviews with youth, discourse analysis, biographical narratives, participatory action research, scoping study, Delphi method.
Youth Research Centre researchers joined a final conference of the Third University Mission’s Youth Votes Plus programme and carried out a series of workshops with secondary school students. Youth Votes Plus programme strives to develop and enhance leadership, civic and social competencies among secondary school youth in Poland. The workshops run by Dr Justyna Sarnowska and Dr Dominika Blachnicka-Ciacek from SWPS University Youth Centre aimed at supporting students in equipping them in practical tools to inspire and execute social change on community level. Young participants learned how to assess challenges and attitudes of local community, how to undertake research on focal community issues, how to map stakeholder groups and how design inclusive strategies of change. Prof. Izabela Grabowska met with the teachers to talk about life-long learning idea.
During the Annual IMISCOE Conference in Malmo, Prof. Izabela Grabowska was a chair of the session: Developing theories to understand mobilities and settling strategies in uncertain and insecure contexts, organized by Prof. Louise Ryan from The University of Sheffield.
We are very pleased to inform that the coordinator of the Youth Research Center, Dr. Justyna Sarnowska, was distinguished for the doctoral dissertation: Socialization role of international migration in school-to-work transition in the first edition of the Joanna Matejko competition for the best master’s thesis and doctoral thesis on the topic of international migration to and from Poland and the Polish diaspora.
Congratulations also to the other laureates of the competition: Dr. Joanna Kulpińska – winner of the main award for her doctoral dissertation, Gabriela Gałecka – winner of the main award for her master’s thesis and dr Zofia Trębacz distinguished for her doctoral dissertation and Marta Kluszczyńska distinguished for her master’s thesis.
The organizer of the competition is the Centre for Migration Research of the University of Warsaw and the Centre for Migration Research Foundation under the patronage of the Migration Research Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences.