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  • Other research product . Lecture . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gerkrath, Jörg;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Other research product . Lecture . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dani, Marco; Chiti, Edoardo; Mendes, Joana; Menéndez, Agustín; Schepel, Harm; Wilkinson, Michael;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Vianelli, Lorenzo;
    Country: Luxembourg

    This policy paper is based on the findings of the H2020 project CONDISOBS, which was conducted by Lorenzo Vianelli at the University of Luxembourg, thanks to funding received from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 838722. CONDISOBS explored the governance of the mobility of asylum seekers in the European Union through a multi-sited qualitative study based on in-depth semi-structured interviews with state officials, representatives of international organisations and non-governmental organisations, lawyers, members of advocacy groups, social workers and activists. Interview material was integrated by an extensive review of academic literature, policy documents and institutional and non-governmental reports. Data was collected between October 2020 and June 2021. This policy paper is part of a series on the hotspot approach, which also includes a policy paper on the features of this mechanism in a broad sense and one on its implementation in Greece. All policy papers, as well as other research outputs, are freely accessible on the project website.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dani, Marco; Mendes, Joana; Ménendez, Agustín; Wilkinson, Michael; Schepel, Harm; Chiti, Edoardo;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pigeron-Piroth, Isabelle; Belkacem, Rachid; Clément, Franz;
    Country: Luxembourg

    Le travail frontalier au Luxembourg a connu un fort développement ces trois dernières décennies, avec une multiplication des effectifs par dix. En janvier 2017, environ 180 000 salariés frontaliers travaillent au Grand- Duché de Luxembourg (IGSS). Ces femmes et ces hommes constituent un important facteur de développement économique et social pour les territoires de la Grande Région. Cette conférence vise à répondre à des questions essentielles : • Quelles sont les caractéristiques socioéconomiques du travail frontalier ? • Qui sont ces travailleurs mobiles qui vivent l’Europe au quotidien ? • Quelle est leur implication dans la vie économique et sociale locale (dans la région de travail comme celle de résidence) ? • Quelles sont les conséquences de la forte hausse de leur nombre pour les territoires frontaliers du Luxembourg ?

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hoareau, Christophe;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Francis, Olivier;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Magliulo, Marco; Beex, Lars; Zilian, Andreas; Bordas, Stéphane;
    Country: Luxembourg

    Short Presentation on the Quasi-continuum method

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Reuter, Robert;
    Country: Luxembourg

    In the context of the transnational development and research project "Language Learning - Promoting Integration", a mobile app (TellYourTown) was developed together with school classes of the Kurfürst-Balduin-Realschule (Trier, Germany) and the Brill Schule (Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg), which tells fictional stories at real locations in Trier and Esch. The stories were developed during the 2016/2017 school year in collaboration with the students and their teachers. These stories were then used as a basis for the development of the routes. The Esch route focuses on the history of Luxembourg's mining industry and its miners. The route Trier is about a race between Karl-Marx and Nero through Trier. In this game, the player is accompanied by Karl-Marx and thus gets to know well-known places from Trier. The users should discover the city "per pedes" and at the same time learn a lot about the history of the city, which is conveyed to them by the fictional travel guide in the interactive dialogues. The geolocation function of the smartphone is used to guide the users to places of interest, where interactive mini-games or dialogues with the fictional travel guide take place. To thoroughly test the app in practice, two field trials were organised, one in Trier and one in Esch. These field trials were documented by researchers from the University of Luxembourg and were scientifically analysed with regard to the social interactions and learning processes that took place. Based on this analysis, suggestions for improvement were made to the developers and possible scenarios for a meaningful use of the app in pedagogical contexts were developed. During the first field trial certain technical issues were identified. Observational data showed that the app has great potential to initiate a relatively autonomous exploration of both cities and also allowed the local students to perceive their city more consciously with new eyes. But there were also certain limitations as to the learning, social and motivational effects that the use of the app had. We will try to address these in future iterations of the app.

  • Other research product . Lecture
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Perucca, Antonella;
    Country: Luxembourg
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  • Other research product . Lecture . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gerkrath, Jörg;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Other research product . Lecture . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dani, Marco; Chiti, Edoardo; Mendes, Joana; Menéndez, Agustín; Schepel, Harm; Wilkinson, Michael;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Vianelli, Lorenzo;
    Country: Luxembourg

    This policy paper is based on the findings of the H2020 project CONDISOBS, which was conducted by Lorenzo Vianelli at the University of Luxembourg, thanks to funding received from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 838722. CONDISOBS explored the governance of the mobility of asylum seekers in the European Union through a multi-sited qualitative study based on in-depth semi-structured interviews with state officials, representatives of international organisations and non-governmental organisations, lawyers, members of advocacy groups, social workers and activists. Interview material was integrated by an extensive review of academic literature, policy documents and institutional and non-governmental reports. Data was collected between October 2020 and June 2021. This policy paper is part of a series on the hotspot approach, which also includes a policy paper on the features of this mechanism in a broad sense and one on its implementation in Greece. All policy papers, as well as other research outputs, are freely accessible on the project website.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dani, Marco; Mendes, Joana; Ménendez, Agustín; Wilkinson, Michael; Schepel, Harm; Chiti, Edoardo;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Pigeron-Piroth, Isabelle; Belkacem, Rachid; Clément, Franz;
    Country: Luxembourg

    Le travail frontalier au Luxembourg a connu un fort développement ces trois dernières décennies, avec une multiplication des effectifs par dix. En janvier 2017, environ 180 000 salariés frontaliers travaillent au Grand- Duché de Luxembourg (IGSS). Ces femmes et ces hommes constituent un important facteur de développement économique et social pour les territoires de la Grande Région. Cette conférence vise à répondre à des questions essentielles : • Quelles sont les caractéristiques socioéconomiques du travail frontalier ? • Qui sont ces travailleurs mobiles qui vivent l’Europe au quotidien ? • Quelle est leur implication dans la vie économique et sociale locale (dans la région de travail comme celle de résidence) ? • Quelles sont les conséquences de la forte hausse de leur nombre pour les territoires frontaliers du Luxembourg ?

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hoareau, Christophe;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Francis, Olivier;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Magliulo, Marco; Beex, Lars; Zilian, Andreas; Bordas, Stéphane;
    Country: Luxembourg

    Short Presentation on the Quasi-continuum method

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Reuter, Robert;
    Country: Luxembourg

    In the context of the transnational development and research project "Language Learning - Promoting Integration", a mobile app (TellYourTown) was developed together with school classes of the Kurfürst-Balduin-Realschule (Trier, Germany) and the Brill Schule (Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg), which tells fictional stories at real locations in Trier and Esch. The stories were developed during the 2016/2017 school year in collaboration with the students and their teachers. These stories were then used as a basis for the development of the routes. The Esch route focuses on the history of Luxembourg's mining industry and its miners. The route Trier is about a race between Karl-Marx and Nero through Trier. In this game, the player is accompanied by Karl-Marx and thus gets to know well-known places from Trier. The users should discover the city "per pedes" and at the same time learn a lot about the history of the city, which is conveyed to them by the fictional travel guide in the interactive dialogues. The geolocation function of the smartphone is used to guide the users to places of interest, where interactive mini-games or dialogues with the fictional travel guide take place. To thoroughly test the app in practice, two field trials were organised, one in Trier and one in Esch. These field trials were documented by researchers from the University of Luxembourg and were scientifically analysed with regard to the social interactions and learning processes that took place. Based on this analysis, suggestions for improvement were made to the developers and possible scenarios for a meaningful use of the app in pedagogical contexts were developed. During the first field trial certain technical issues were identified. Observational data showed that the app has great potential to initiate a relatively autonomous exploration of both cities and also allowed the local students to perceive their city more consciously with new eyes. But there were also certain limitations as to the learning, social and motivational effects that the use of the app had. We will try to address these in future iterations of the app.

  • Other research product . Lecture
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Perucca, Antonella;
    Country: Luxembourg
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