PUBLICATIONS & PEER REVIEWED PAPERS
easyRights Consortium: Human Rights Literacy in Service Design and Supply: The easyRights Policy Recommendations
Karimi M., The Right to Have Rights: Strengthening a European City Network on Migration through Learning from the Charter of Palermo, RC21: Ordinary Cities in Exceptional Times
Karimi M., Concilio G., Molinari F., Acelya A., Servizi pubblici come interfaccia tra diritti umani e cittadini: verso uno standard europeo di accessibilità, SIU, Brescia
Karimi M., Zardo F., Service Accessibility as a Socio-economic Resource for Migration Integration, EURA 2022.
Mariani I., Karimi M., Concilio G., Rizzo G. Bettiol A., Improving public services accessibility through Natural Language Processing: Challenges, Opportunities, and Obstacles, Social science 2022, IntelliSys 2022 proceedings will be published in the Springer series "Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems" and submitted for consideration to Web of Science, SCOPUS, INSPEC, WTI Frankfurt eG, zbMATH and SCImago.
JOINT HANDBOOK ON MIGRANTS’ INTEGRATION: A SERVICE DESIGN AND SUPPLY PERSPECTIVE. The outcome of the 2nd Joint Migration Policy Roundtables organised by the six European projects: MIICT, REBUILD, NADINE, MICADO, EASYRIGHTS, and WELCOME between the 21st and the 22nd of October, 2021.
P.Regina, E. De Capitano, Digital innovation and migrants’ integration: notes on EU institutional and legal perspectives and criticalities. Social science 2022.
Concilio G., Costa G. Karimi M., Vitaller del Olmo M., Kehagia O., Co-designing with migrants’ easier access to public services: a technological perspective, Social science 2022, Under review
Huber F., Samad Y., Spathi T., Hough K., Caforio A., Karimi M., Rodriguez A., Kantor E., Wanner L., Moudatsou M., Shaping ICT policies for integrative and inclusive digital services, Information and Communications Technology in Support of Migration, In press, June 2022
Karimi M., Concilio G., Vitaller del Olmo M., Morelli N, Easing migrants’ access to public services: The Palermo’s hackathon in the easyRights project, Information and Communications Technology in Support of Migration, In press, June 2022
Karimi M., Mariani I., Concilio G., A wiki-space driven approach to reinforce collective learning, Conference abstract, IFKAD 2022, Lugano, Switzerland 20-22 June 2022
Vitaller M.; Morelli N., Service journeys as boundary objects in participatory processes for multi-stakeholder engagement, DRS Conference 2022, 28th June - 1st July 2022, Submitted, under revision
Vitaller M., Morelli N., Online participatory events, myth or reality? The learnings from the easyRights hackathons, UERA conference, 20-22 October, Aalborg
Zardo F., Labelling migration: Categorizations in European Union policies, European International Studies Association (EISA), 13-17 September 2021
Zardo F.; Hadj-Abdou L., Migrant categories and the politics of labelling, Research Handbook on the Sociology of Migration, Edward Elgar Publishing, submitted, in press
Zardo F., Addressing Complex Societally Relevant Challenges through Transdisciplinary Approaches: the case of the Easyrights project, 1st Global Transciplinary Conference, Krems an des Donau, 27-29 September 2021
Nikolopoulou K., Kehagia O., Gavrilut L., Immigrant camp in a small municipality in N. Greece: Adoption of easyRights Information Technology solutions, https://www.springer.com/journal/41134. Pages 206 - 212.
Joint Migration Policy Whitepaper: TOWARDS ICT-ENABLED INTEGRATION OF MIGRANTS. The outcome of the Joint Migration Policy Roundtables organised by the six European projects: MIICT, REBUILD, NADINE, MICADO, EASYRIGHTS, and WELCOME between the 14th and the 16th of October, 2020.
Concilio G., Karimi M., Rossl L. (2021) Targeting integration and inclusion by supporting triple loop learning: The evaluation framework of a migrants related project. IMISCOE Conference 7-9 July 2021, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Concilio G., Karimi M., Costa G., Regina P., The governance of migration-related services: Does Human Rights literacy matter? IMISCOE Conference 7-9 July 2021, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Nteliou E., Koreman J., Tolskaya I., Kehagia O. (2021) Digital Technologies Assisting Migrant Population Overcome Language Barriers: The Case of the EasyRights Research Project. In: Zaphiris P., Ioannou A. (eds) Learning and Collaboration Technologies: New Challenges and Learning Experiences. HCII 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12784. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-77889-7_8
Concilio G., Karimi, M., Costa G. Regina, P., Conference poster, Human Rights literacy matter in the governance of migration-related services?, III Euro-American Conference for the Development of Human Rights; https://cedh.pt/
Concilio G., Karimi, M., Costa G. Regina, P., Conference abstract, Human Rights literacy matter in the governance of migration-related services?, III Euro-American Conference for the Development of Human Rights; https://cedh.pt/
Concilio G., Molinari F., Conference abstract, III Euro-American Conference for the Development of Human Rights; https://cedh.pt/
Concilio G., Karimi M., Rossl L. (2021) Complex Projects and Transition-Driven Evaluation: The Case of the easyRights European Project. Sustainability Journal 2021, 13(4), 2343;
Concilio G., Carli P., Costa G. Molinari F. Moro A. (2020) Enabling immigrants to easily know and exercise their rights. The case of MyJourney. Atti della XXII Conferenza Nazionale SIU. L'Urbanistica italiana di fronte all'Agenda 2030. Portare territori e comunità sulla strada della sostenibilità e della resilienza, Matera-Bari 5-6-7 giugno 2019, Planum Publisher, Roma-Milano | ISBN 9788899237219: 63-75.
Rizzo G., Marco Van T. H. (2020) Adversarial Text Generation with Context Adapted Global Knowledge and a Self-attentive Discriminator, Journal of Information Processing and Management
Senese M. A., Rizzo G., Dragoni M., Morisio M. (2020) MTSI-BERT: Proceedings of The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC)", May 2020, Marseille, France. Publisher: European Language Resources Association, Pages: 717–725
Related papers prepared by the consortium members:
Federica Zardo & Sarah Wolff (2021): Decentering the Study of Migration Governance in the Mediterranean, Geopolitics, DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2021.1978944
Khoury C.: The effect of social integration on the mental well-being of young Syrian Refugees in Austria (not published yet)
Khoury C.: The impact of public policies on refugees’ mental well-being and social integration (not published yet)