CASTLE - Centre for the Study of Transnational Families

The general aim of the Centre is to function as a networking, visibility and research hub in the field of transnational families, in the Southeastern-European, Eastern-European and Pan-European space as well as globally. We hold that transnational families are a functional category of families, with its own specificities and rights entitlements. Therefore, they need to be inquired, empowered, their life-world observed and addressed from a multitude of perspectives and in a diversity of intersections, such as: minority status of various kinds including ethnic and non-regular families, children as a vulnerable group, trafficking, divorce, gender, poverty etc.

 

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  • Framework Project - Children Left Behind by Labour Migration

    Supporting Moldovan and Ukrainian Transnational Families in the EU (CASTLE - Children lAbour Support Transnational famiLies Eu)

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  • Framework Project - Children Left Behind by Labour Migration

    Supporting Moldovan and Ukrainian Transnational Families in the EU (CASTLE - Children lAbour Support Transnational famiLies Eu)

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Research Projects

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Children Left Behind by Labour Migration

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Events

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Consecințe ale războilului în viața românilor

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Conferința „Războiul din Ucraina. Prezent și viitor”

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Research on Transnational Families: Current State and Future Paths

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Those who leave and those who stay: the consequences of emigration for sending countries

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Short talk conducted by Luana Pleșea with Telegdi-Csetri Áron - concerning the action and first results

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Research on the relationship between labour migration and child protection in Moldova and Ukraine: from functional trans

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Conference: Families without borders in Ukraine and Moldova. Preliminary conclusions of a unique research on transnation

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Announcement regarding the CASTLE Centre on the European Commission's webiste

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