Digital registration of migrants as co-production of citizens, territory and Europe

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The dilemma of making migrants visible to COVID-19 counting

The COVID-19 pandemic requires reconsidering the relationship between data and invisible populations as a form of de facto civil inclusion. While most forms of data management of populations are problematic, under which conditions would counting be just? Opinion piece by Processing Citizenship and DATACTIVE members, originally published on Open Democracy. 


Processing Citizenship at the University of Oxford for the workshop “Deconstructing Biometric Refugee Registration”

PhD Candidate  Wouter Van Rossem, will represent the Processing Citizenship project at a workshop organized by the University of Oxford called “Deconstructing Biometric Regugee Registration” this Friday, 15 June 2018. The workshop is hosted by the Refugee Studies Centre. Among the speakers: Shane O’Brien, Registration Officer (Identity Management), UNHCR Dr Anja Simonsen, Biometrics Border Worlds…


Processing Citizenship at the LSE research workshop on ICT and the management of refugee flows and services

On 7 June 2018 Processing Citizenship Principal Investigator Annalisa Pelizza will be attending the research workshop on “ICT and the management of refugee flows and services”, organized by Prof. Chrisanthi Avgerou at the London School of Economics. Annalisa will take the stage at 12.00 with a talk on “Processing Alterity, Shaping the European Order”. The initiative…


Processing Citizenship meets Arithmus

On March 16 Processing Citizenship was invited at the day-long workshop at the Tate Exchange on “Peopling Europe Through Data”, organized and held by the “Peopling Europe: How data make a people” ERC project (ARITHMUS).