Simone Baglioni

Pace, M. (Host)

Activity: Hosting a visitorHosting an academic visitor


9th January 2019: Room 23.2.067
14.15-15.45: Simone Baglioni on "Here to stay? Barriers and enablers to labour market integration of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Europe. Insights from the EU H2020 Sirius project".
Professor Simone Baglione is Professor of Politics at Glasgow Caledonian University's School for Business and Society. He holds a Ph.D in Political Science from the University of Geneva, a Laurea (MA degree) in Political Science, University of Florence, and a Pier Certificate, Sciences-Po Paris. He is currently the principal investigator in the EU Horizon 2020 project SIRIUS Previously, Simone has worked on issues of unemployment, migration, and refugees, on EU and UN funded research. His main research interests include (un)employment politics and policy in a comparative perspective (including the EU level); the role of civil society organizations in labour and social policies in Europe; social innovation; social exclusion and poverty, in particular the effect of unemployment and precariousness on individual wellbeing and health; political participation and social capital of the European youth.
Period9 Jan 2019
Visitor degreePhD
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • H2020 project
  • refugees
  • migrants
  • asylum seekers
  • Labour market
  • integration
  • legal constraints