Talk on the roles attributed to the EU in German and Swedish regulation of asylum seekers’ and refugees’ access to health care

Following my presentation on the (construed) role of the EU in national policies on asylum seekers’ and refugees’ access to health care at the “Health in Europe” discussion forum hosted by the Centre for Law and Society, Lancaster Law School (UK), in late March, I worked further on the underlying dataset and analysis and presented a revised version of this part of my research project “Migration and health policies in Europe” at the online conference “Europäische Sozialmodelle im Krisenmodus?!“. The conference, organised by the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung’s WSI and the DVPW’s AK Wohlfahrtsstaatsforschung, took place on 29-30 April 2021, and offered not only a range of very interesting presentations and discussions, but also relaxation/yoga sessions and a goodie bag with biscuits and tea, sent to all participants ahead of the conference. Kudos to the organisers for such a great event!

If you’d like to get an idea what I talked about, you find a (shortened) version of my presentation here (in German).