Posted on 8 July 2014
Dr Charlotte O'Brien was recently invited to give one of the seminars in a series at Oxford's Centre on Migration Policy and Society. The series is entitled 'Borders of the welfare state: Exploring the tensions between migration enforcement and welfare state entitlements'. Her presentation was entitled 'Feeding a xenosceptic culture: legal and administrative penalties for being European'.
Charlotte has also been invited to present a paper at a conference organised by the Department of Politics, and the Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the University of York on “Questioning Austerity: Realities and Alternatives”. Her paper is 'Women and children last: welfare reforms for EU migrants as a collision of xenoscepticism, neoliberalism and social injustice'.