Participant Papers

All participants wrote an academic paper on the basis of their presentation during the intensive part of the course at the Inter University Centre Dubrovnik. Here you can find the papers that are written following the 2012-course:

Ivan Belička | Happiness in Europe: Subjective well-being and exclusion in the European Union

Markéta Blažejovská | Unemployed and thus criminal. The symbolic power of categories in the case of migrants.

Nermina Blažević | Fighting Youth Unemployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A promising sector for non-state actors.

Hannah Burd | Stepping Stones & Entrapments: Care work as inclusion and exclusion for migrants to the EU with especial focus on the UK.

Lavinia Cadar | Blame it on Minorities! Or How (Not) to Avoid Adaptive Leadership.

Swantje Falcke | Flexicurity as a Soft Power. How the EU Deals With Long-Term Unemployment.

Luuk Feijt | Europe in conflict! An analysis on the position of the EU when mediating between neighbouring countries.

Dražen Hoffmann | Outsourcing power to social institutions: Non-governmental support in social policy implementation.

Tetiana Hryshyna | Social Exclusion by Age: The Ukraine in Comparative European Perspective.

Nevena Kostadinović | Social exclusion as a consequence of media reporting – Serbian and Albanian Ethnic Stereotypes -.

Leonie Kuhlmann | Towards European collaboration. The use of accredidation systems in a European context.

Đorđe Paić | Segregation from an early age. Religious education in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.

Cara Rutten | Parental leave in Europe and social of women from the labour market.

Daan van der Linde | The Rat Race for Youth Employment?

Maja Ahmić

Two Schools under the Same Roof. Practices of Segregation through Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Ivan Belička

Happiness in Europe: Subjective well-being and exclusion in the European Union

Markéta Blažejovská

Unemployed and thus criminal. The symbolic power of categories in the case of migrants.

Nermina Blažević

Fighting Youth Unemployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A promising sector for non-state actors.

Hannah Burd

Stepping Stones & Entrapments: Care work as inclusion and exclusion for migrants to the EU with especial focus on the UK.

Lavinia Cadar

Blame it on Minorities! Or How (Not) to Avoid Adaptive Leadership.

Pero Desović

Youth programs implementation: from EU to a local level.

Swantje Falcke

Flexicurity as a Soft Power. How the EU Deals With Long-Term Unemployment.

Luuk Feijt

Europe in conflict! An analysis on the position of the EU when mediating between neighbouring countries.

Dražen Hoffmann

Outsourcing power to social institutions: Non-governmental support in social policy implementation.

Tetiana Hryshyna

Social Exclusion by Age: The Ukraine in Comparative European Perspective.

Nevena Kostadinović

Social exclusion as a consequence of media reporting – Serbian and Albanian Ethnic Stereotypes -.

Irina Kotenko

Exclusion without a Reasonable Suspicion. Economical Fight against Terrorism (Smart Sanctions).

Leonie Kuhlmann

Towards European collaboration. The use of accredidation systems in a European context.

Đorđe Paić

Segregation from an early age. Religious education in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.

Zoey Planjer

The European Citizen Initiative: Wishful thinking or power to the people?

Cara Rutten

Parental leave in Europe and social of women from the labour market.

Kateryna (Kate) Tkachuk

Barriers for social policies: Distrust in social institutions in the contemporary Ukrainian society.

Daan Van der Linde

The Rat Race for Youth Employment?