The impact of gendered and racialised identities on the experience of discrimination

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Kofman, E., Howard, E., Vacchelli, E. and Wray, H. 2010. The impact of gendered and racialised identities on the experience of discrimination.
TypeProject report
TitleThe impact of gendered and racialised identities on the experience of discrimination
AuthorsKofman, E., Howard, E., Vacchelli, E. and Wray, H.
EditorsCarles, I. and Jubany-Baucells, O.
Research GroupLaw and Politics
Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC)
LanguageEnglish
Page range118-146
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Print01 Jun 2010
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Deposited11 May 2015
Output statusPublished
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The GendeRace project is funded by the European Commission Seventh Framework programme. It is coordinated by the Université Libré de Bruxelles and the Universitat de Barcelona. Beginning in February 2008 and ending in July 2010, the research has been conducted by six teams in France, Bulgaria, Germany, Spain, Sweden and the UK.

Web address (URL)http://sprc.info/research-projects/past-projects/genderace-the-use-of-racial-anti-discrimination-laws-gender-and-citizenship-in-a-multicultural-context/
Book titleGendeRace: The Use of Racial Anti-Discrimination Laws: gender and citizenship in a multicultural context - Final Report June 2010
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Kofman, E., Roosblad, J. and Kreuzenkamp, S. 2009. Migrant and minority women, inequalities and discrimination in the labour market. in: Kraal, K., Roosblad, J. and Wrench, J. (ed.) Equal opportunities and ethnic inequality in European labour markets: discrimination, gender and policies of diversity. Amsterdam Amsterdam U. P..
Feminist transformations of political geography.
Kofman, E. 2008. Feminist transformations of political geography. in: Cox, K., Low, M. and Robinson, J. (ed.) Handbook of political geography. London Sage.
Managing migration and citizenship in Europe: towards an overarching framework.
Kofman, E. 2008. Managing migration and citizenship in Europe: towards an overarching framework. in: Gabriel, C. and Pellerin, H. (ed.) Governing international labour migration: current issues, challenges and dilemmas. London Routledge.
Mapping women, making politics: feminist perspectives on political geography.
Staeheli, L., Kofman, E. and Peake, L. 2004. Mapping women, making politics: feminist perspectives on political geography. New York Routledge.
Branding cities: cosmopolitanism, parochialism and social change.
Donald, S., Kofman, E. and Kevin, C. 2009. Branding cities: cosmopolitanism, parochialism and social change. London Routledge.
Globalization: theory and practice.
Kofman, E. and Youngs, G. 2008. Globalization: theory and practice. New York Continuum.
Family migration in Europe: policies vs. reality
Kraler, A., Kofman, E. and Social Policy Research Centre Middlesex University 2009. Family migration in Europe: policies vs. reality. Amsterdam Amsterdam U. P..
Gender, remittances and migration: Latin Americans and Caribbeans in Europe
Kofman, E. and UNESCO 2006. Gender, remittances and migration: Latin Americans and Caribbeans in Europe. International Forum on the Social Science – Policy Nexus. Argentina and Uruguay 20 - 24 Feb 2006
Women migrants and refugees in the EU.
Kofman, E. 2003. Women migrants and refugees in the EU. Economic and social aspects of migration.. Brussels 21 - 22 Jan 2003 European Commission.
Family migration.
Kofman, E., Meetoo, V. and International Organization for Migration. (IOM) 2008. Family migration. in: World migration 2008: managing labour mobility in the evolving global economy. Geneva IOM.
The impact of family migration policies on migrants/ citizens affected by family migration policies.
Kofman, E., Kraler, A. and International Centre for Migration Policy Development 2007. The impact of family migration policies on migrants/ citizens affected by family migration policies. 22nd EMN Meeting (European Migration Network). Brussels 06 Jul 2007
Civic stratification, gender and family migration policies in Europe.
Kofman, E., Kraler, A. and International Centre for Migration Policy Development 2006. Civic stratification, gender and family migration policies in Europe. IMISCOE B3: European dynamics of citizenship public policies and migrant activities.. Central European University, Budapest 31 May - 02 Jun 2006
Family migration to United Kingdom: trends, statistics and policies.
Kofman, E., Lukes, S., Meetoo, V. and Aaron, P. 2008. Family migration to United Kingdom: trends, statistics and policies. Vienna International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
Family migration policies in the United Kingdom: actors, practices and concerns.
Kofman, E., Lukes, S. and Aaron, P. 2008. Family migration policies in the United Kingdom: actors, practices and concerns. Vienna International Centre for Migration Policy Development.
Family migration policies in France.
Kofman, E., Rogoz, M. and Levy, F. 2010. Family migration policies in France. Vienna International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD).
Skilled female labour migration.
Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. 2009. Skilled female labour migration. Hamburg Hamburg Institute of International Economics.
The implications of migration for gender and care regimes in the south.
Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. 2009. The implications of migration for gender and care regimes in the south. Geneva UNRISD.
Gendered migrations: towards gender sensitive policies in the UK, asylum and migration.
Kofman, E., Raghuram, P. and Merefield, M. 2005. Gendered migrations: towards gender sensitive policies in the UK, asylum and migration. Institute of Public Policy Research.
Out of Asia: skilling, re-skilling and deskilling of female migrants.
Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. 2004. Out of Asia: skilling, re-skilling and deskilling of female migrants. Women's Studies International Forum. 27 (2), pp. 95-100.
The invisibility of female skilled migrants and gender relations in studies of skilled migration in Europe.
Kofman, E. 2000. The invisibility of female skilled migrants and gender relations in studies of skilled migration in Europe. International Journal of Population Geography. 6 (1), pp. 45-59. https://doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)1099-1220(200001/02)6:1<45::AID-IJPG169>3.0.CO;2-B
Contemporary European migrations, civic stratification and citizenship.
Kofman, E. 2002. Contemporary European migrations, civic stratification and citizenship. Political Geography. 21 (8), pp. 1035-1054. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0962-6298(02)00085-9
Migration, citizenship and the reassertion of the nation-state in Europe.
Kofman, E. 2005. Migration, citizenship and the reassertion of the nation-state in Europe. Citizenship Studies. 9 (6), pp. 453-467.
Lutte contre la discrimination “raciale” au Royaume-Uni.
Kofman, E. and Lassalle, D. 2006. Lutte contre la discrimination “raciale” au Royaume-Uni. Migrations Société. 105 (6), pp. 153-165.
Beyond a reductionist analysis of female migrants in global European cities: the unskilled, deskilled and skilled.
Kofman, E. 2000. Beyond a reductionist analysis of female migrants in global European cities: the unskilled, deskilled and skilled. in: Marchand, M. and Runyan, A. (ed.) Gender and global restructuring. London Routledge. pp. 129-139
Civil rights and citizenship.
Kofman, E. 2008. Civil rights and citizenship. in: Agnew, J., Mitchell, K. and O'Tuathail, G. (ed.) A companion to political geography. Oxford Blackwell.
Political geography and globalization as we enter the twenty-first century.
Kofman, E. 2003. Political geography and globalization as we enter the twenty-first century. in: Kofman, E. and Youngs, G. (ed.) Globalization: theory and practice. London Continuum. pp. 17-31
Professional female immigration in post-war Europe: counteracting an historical amnesia.
Erel, U. and Kofman, E. 2003. Professional female immigration in post-war Europe: counteracting an historical amnesia. in: Ohliger, R., Schönwälder, K. and Triadafilopoulos, T. (ed.) European encounters: migrants, migration and European societies since 1945. Aldershot Ashgate. pp. 71-95
Genre et migration internationale: critique du réductionnisme théorique.
Kofman, E. 2004. Genre et migration internationale: critique du réductionnisme théorique. in: Hersent, M. and Zaidman, C. (ed.) Genre, travail et migrations en Europe. Paris CEDREF, [Centre d'enseignements, de recherches et de documentation pour les études féministes]. pp. 81-97
Critically feminist geopolitics
Kofman, E. and Gilmartin, M. 2004. Critically feminist geopolitics. in: Staeheli, L., Kofman, E. and Peake, L. (ed.) Mapping women, making politics: feminist perspectives on political geography New York, NY, USA Routledge. pp. 113-126
Feminist political geographies.
Kofman, E. 2004. Feminist political geographies. in: Nelson, L. and Seager, J. (ed.) Companion to feminist geography. Oxford Blackwell.
Gender and international migration in Europe: employment, welfare and politics
Kofman, E., Phizacklea, A., Raghuram, P. and Sales, R. 2000. Gender and international migration in Europe: employment, welfare and politics. Routledge.
The EU race directive: developing the protection against racial discrimination within the EU.
Howard, E. 2009. The EU race directive: developing the protection against racial discrimination within the EU. London Routledge.
Equality: a fundamental right in the EU?
Howard, E. 2009. Equality: a fundamental right in the EU? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law. 10 (1), pp. 19-38.
School bans on the wearing of religious symbols: examining the implications of recent case law from the UK.
Howard, E. 2009. School bans on the wearing of religious symbols: examining the implications of recent case law from the UK. Religion and Human Rights: an international journal. 4 (1), pp. 7-24. https://doi.org/10.1163/187103209X440182
Henri Lefebvre: key writings
Lebas, E., Kofman, E. and Elden, S. 2003. Henri Lefebvre: key writings. London Continuum.
Recovery and re-appropriation in Lefebvre and Constant
Lebas, E. and Kofman, E. 2000. Recovery and re-appropriation in Lefebvre and Constant. in: Hughes, J. and Sadler, S. (ed.) Non-plan: essays on freedom, participation and change in modern architecture and urbanism. Oxford Architectural.
The European year of equal opportunities for all, 2007: is the EU moving away from a formal idea of equality?
Howard, E. 2007. The European year of equal opportunities for all, 2007: is the EU moving away from a formal idea of equality? European Law Journal. 14 (2), pp. 168-185. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0386.2007.00409.x
Race and racism: why does European law have difficulties with definitions?
Howard, E. 2008. Race and racism: why does European law have difficulties with definitions? The international journal of comparative labour law and industrial relations. 24 (1), pp. 1-30.
The European agency for fundamental rights
Howard, E. 2006. The European agency for fundamental rights. European Human Rights Law Review. 4, pp. 445-455.
Gendered migrations: livelihoods and entitlements in European welfare regimes.
Kofman, E. 2007. Gendered migrations: livelihoods and entitlements in European welfare regimes. in: Piper, N. (ed.) New perspectives on gender and migration: livelihood, rights and entitlements Routledge/UNRISD. pp. 59-101
Anti race discrimination measures in Europe: an attack on two fronts
Howard, E. 2005. Anti race discrimination measures in Europe: an attack on two fronts. European Law Journal. 11 (4), pp. 468-486. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0386.2005.00271.x
The EU race directive: time for change?
Howard, E. 2007. The EU race directive: time for change? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law. 8 (4), pp. 237-261.
The case for a considered hierarchy of discrimination grounds in EU law.
Howard, E. 2007. The case for a considered hierarchy of discrimination grounds in EU law. Maastrict Journal of European and Comparative Law. 13 (4), pp. 445-470.
The EU race directive: its symbolic value - its only value?
Howard, E. 2004. The EU race directive: its symbolic value - its only value? International Journal of Discrimination and the Law. 6 (2), pp. 141-163.
Gender and global labour migrations: incorporating skilled workers
Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. 2006. Gender and global labour migrations: incorporating skilled workers. Antipode. 38 (2), pp. 282-303. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8330.2006.00580.x
Gender and skilled migration: into and beyond the work place
Kofman, E. and Raghuram, P. 2005. Gender and skilled migration: into and beyond the work place. Geoforum. 36 (2), pp. 149-154. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2004.06.001
Figures of the cosmopolitan: privileged nationals and national outsider.
Kofman, E. 2005. Figures of the cosmopolitan: privileged nationals and national outsider. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research. 18 (1), pp. 83-97. https://doi.org/10.1080/1351161042000334808
Secure borders and safe haven and the gendered politics of belonging: Beyond social cohesion
Yuval-Davis, N., Anthias, F. and Kofman, E. 2005. Secure borders and safe haven and the gendered politics of belonging: Beyond social cohesion. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 28 (3), pp. 513-535. https://doi.org/10.1080/0141987042000337867
Citizenship, migration and the reassertion of national identity
Kofman, E. 2005. Citizenship, migration and the reassertion of national identity. Citizenship Studies. 9 (5), pp. 453-467. https://doi.org/10.1080/13621020500301221
Family-related migration: a critical review of European studies
Kofman, E. 2004. Family-related migration: a critical review of European studies. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 30 (2), pp. 243-262. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183042000200687
Gendered global migrations
Kofman, E. 2004. Gendered global migrations. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 6 (4), pp. 642-664. https://doi.org/10.1080/1461674042000283408
State, labour markets and immigration: overseas doctors in the UK.
Raghuram, P. and Kofman, E. 2002. State, labour markets and immigration: overseas doctors in the UK. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space. 34, pp. 2071-2089. https://doi.org/10.1068/a3541
Into the 1990s: a gendered agenda for political geography
Kofman, E. and Peake, L. 1990. Into the 1990s: a gendered agenda for political geography. Political Geography. 9 (4), pp. 313-336. https://doi.org/10.1016/0260-9827(90)90032-6