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"Young migrants, public action and social mobilizations in Lyon, Shanghai and Milano"

CMIRA Workshop ORGANIZER: School of Sociology and Political Science, Shanghai University National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Triangle 5206 ENS de Lyon
When Nov 13, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Shanghai University
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9:30-­‐9:50 Professor Laurence Roulleau-­‐Berger: Young migrants, public action and mobilizations in Shanghai, Lyon and Milano


9:50-­‐10:10 Discussion


10:10-­‐10:30 YAN Jun: Investigation of Social Organizations for Education of Migrant


Children in Yangtze Delta Region (     三角服    儿童教育社会                     )


10:30-­‐10:50 Discussion


10:50-­‐11:10 Beatrice Zani: Mutual Help, Collective Action and Right to the City in Milan. Case of Study of Young Immigrants' Practices in SMS and in via Padova


11:10-­‐12:00 Discussion


12:00-­‐14:00 Lunch(Yi Xin Canteen, 3rd floor)


14:00-­‐14:20 Professor LIU Yuzhao: Series of Studies on "Strengthening Collaborative Cooperation on the Yangtze River Delta region and Solving the Education Problem for

Migrant Children" (          三角区域  同合作解决流  儿童教育           系列研究)


14:20-­‐14:40 Discussion


14:40-­‐15:00 Marie-­‐Astrid Gillier: Prostitution, discriminations and production of a moral


economy of intimacy: the case of young hostesses working in a KTV in Beijing


15:00-­‐15:20 Discussion

 15:20-­‐15:40 Break

 15:40-­‐16:00 WANG Yuanteng: How do Non-­‐Governmental Organizations provide social support services for Migrant Children̶̶ Experiences from Yangtze River Delta in China

 16:00-­‐17:00 Discussion

 17:00-­‐17:30 Summary by Professor Laurence Roulleau Berger and Professor LIU Yuzhao