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  • 1
    Language: German
    DDC: 300
    Keywords: Bericht ; Fluchtmigration ; Migration ; Ankommensprozesse ; Stadt ; Großwohnsiedlungen ; Ostdeutschland ; Infrastruktur ; Teilhabe ; Diskriminierung ; Rassismus ; Wohnen ; Refugee migration ; migration ; arrival processes ; city ; large housing estates ; East Germany ; infrastructure ; participation ; discrimination ; racism ; housing ; Sozialwissenschaften
    Abstract: Das vorliegende Working Paper fasst die Ergebnisse des Teilprojektes „Bewohner*innenschaft und Migration“ zusammen, das Teil des BMBF-geförderten Verbundprojektes „Vom Stadtumbauschwerpunkt zum Einwanderungsquartier? (StadtumMig, Laufzeit 2019-2022, BMBF-FKZ 01UR1802C)“ war. Das Projekt untersuchte Ankommensprozesse von Geflüchteten in drei ostdeutschen Großwohnsiedlungen in Schwerin, Halle(Saale) und Cottbus seit 2014/15 und nahm dabei insbesondere Fragen des lokalen Zusammenlebens, des Ressourcenzugangs und der Bleibeperspektiven von Geflüchteten in den Blick.
    Abstract: This working paper summarizes the results of the sub-project "Residents and Migration", which was part of the BMBF-funded joint project "From Demolition to Immigration? (StadtumMig, 2019-2022, BMBF-FKZ 01UR1802C)". The project examined the arrival processes of refugees in three large East German housing estates in Schwerin, Halle(Saale) and Cottbus since 2014/15, focusing in particular on questions of local coexistence, access to resources and the prospects for refugees to stay.
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  • 2
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (177 Seiten)
    DDC: 300
    Keywords: Bericht ; Ankommensinfrastrukturen ; Arrival Cities ; Diversität ; Fluchtmigration ; Migration ; Nachbarschaft ; politische und soziale Ungleichheit ; sozialer Zusammenhalt ; arrival infrastructures ; arrival cities ; diversity ; refugee migration ; migration ; neighborhoods ; political and social inequality ; social cohesion ; Sozialwissenschaften
    Abstract: Der Bericht gibt einen Überblick über die Ergebnisse des Projekts „Nachbarschaften des Willkommens", das zwischen 2017 und 2021 die Bedingungen für sozialen Zusammenhalt in Nachbarschaften mit zunehmender Diversität durch Fluchtmigration erforscht hat. Dabei ging das Projekt der Frage nach, wo Vorstellungen und Praktiken des sozialen Zusammenhalts vorherrschen, die auch neue Bewohner_innen und Nutzer_innen mit Fluchthintergrund inkludieren, und wo dies nicht der Fall ist. In diesem Kontext fragte das Projekt insbesondere danach, wo Geflüchtete, die im Quartier wohnen oder es nutzen, Zugänge zu zentralen Res- sourcen wie Wohnraum, Unterstützung, Teilhabe und Mitbestimmung erhalten und wie diese Zugänge lokal ausgehandelt, entschieden und gelebt werden. Diese Fragen wurden in vier Nachbarschaften untersucht, die unterschiedliche sozioökonomische Zusammensetzungen so- wie unterschiedlich ausgeprägte Migrationsgeschichten aufweisen.
    Abstract: The report provides an overview of the results of the project Nachbarschaften des Willkommens (“Welcoming Neighbourhoods”), which from 2017 to 2021 researched the conditions of social cohesion in neighbourhoods with increasing diversity due to refugee migration. In doing so, the project explored the question of where ideas and practices of social cohesion that include new refugee residents and users prevail, and where this is not the case. In this context, a leading research question was where refugees living in or using a neighbourhood gain access to key resources such as housing, support, and participation, and how access to these resources is negotiated, decided, and lived locally. These questions were studied in four neighbourhoods which have different socio-economic compositions and migration histories.
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  • 3
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    Berlin : Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    In:  59,11, Seiten 2217-2233
    ISSN: 0042-0980 , 0042-0980
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (17 Seiten)
    Publ. der Quelle: London : Sage Publications Ltd.
    Angaben zur Quelle: 59,11, Seiten 2217-2233
    DDC: 300
    Keywords: gatekeepers ; housing market ; migration ; refugee accommodation ; residential segregation ; Sozialwissenschaften
    Abstract: In this article, we focus on ways in which ‘internal migration industries’ shape the housing location of refugees in cities. Based on empirical studies in Halle, Schwerin, Berlin, Stuttgart and Dresden, we bring two issues together. First, we show how a specific financialised accumulation model of renting out privatised public housing stock to disadvantaged parts of the population has emerged that increasingly targets migrant tenants. With the growing immigration of refugees to Germany since 2015, this model has intensified. Second, we discuss how access to housing is formed by informal agents. While housing is almost inaccessible for households on social welfare, the situation is even worse for refugees. This situation has given rise to a new ‘shadow economy’ for housing that offers services with dubious quality for excessive fees. Bringing these two issues together, we argue that housing provision to refugees has become a new business opportunity. This has given rise to a broad variety of ‘internal migration industries’ that provide the housing infrastructure, but also control access to housing. This not only results in new opportunities for profit extraction, but actively shapes new patterns of segregation and the concentration of refugees in particular types of disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
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