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Christ, S., Meininghaus, E., Mielke, K., & Röing, T. (Eds.). (2020, June). Refugees and migrants between everyday conflict and peace processes. Conference documentation (BICC Knowledge Notes series No. 1/2020). Bonn: BICC.

How do refugees and migrants in Germany deal with conflicts in their daily lives? And how do they do so in their country of origin by engaging in peace processes? This Knowledge Note provides key insights into our BICC conference on  “Refugees and migrants between everyday conflict and peace... more

Döring, M., Röing, T., & von Boemcken, M. (2020, June). "Prävention ist keine 'Eintagsfliege'". Herausforderungen und Bedarfe der Prävention islamistischer Radikalisierung aus lokaler Perspektive in Nordrhein-Westfalen (BICC Working Paper series No. 2/2020). Bonn: BICC.

Prevention against Islamist radicalisation is still an important policy field in North Rhine-Westphalia. But what is the current state of affairs from the perspective of those who work in prevention locally? Where do local advisors on prevention, teachers, social workers, representatives of local... more

Döring, M., Neitzert, A., Röing, T., & von Boemcken, M. (2020, June). Prävention extremistischer Radikalisierung in NRW: Keine Vereinnahmung Sozialer Arbeit durch Sicherheitslogik! (BICC Policy Brief series No. 2/2020). Bonn: BICC.

The recommendations in this Policy Brief are based on the results of the research project "Prevention of Radicalisation in North Rhine-Westphalia - How can the capacities of intermediaries be strengthened? Between January and October 2019, the team of authors conducted semi-structured... more

Röing, T. (2019, July). Zum Umgang mit Konflikten unter Geflüchteten und Migrantengemeinschaften in NRW: Gleichbehandlung sicherstellen und Partizipation auf Augenhöhe ermöglichen (BICC Policy Brief series No. 6/2019). Bonn: BICC.

In BICC Policy Brief 6\2019 “On handling conflicts among refugees and migrant communities in NRW - Assuring equal treatment and enabling participation on equal terms”, the author Tim Röing gives the following recommendations: \ Address hostilities between refugees and people with a migration... more

Röing, T. (2019, June). Continuation of political conflicts or a new beginning? Turkish refugees in North Rhine-Westphalia (BICC Working Paper series No. 6/2019). Bonn: BICC.

Since the failed coup attempt by parts of the Turkish military against President Erdogan in summer 2016, the Turkish government has suspended more than 100,000 civil servants on the pretext of having planned a coup. For fear of persecution and arbitrary imprisonment, about 21,000 Turkish citizens... more

Christ, S., Meininghaus, E., & Röing, T. (2019, March). “All Day Waiting” – Causes of conflict in refugee shelters in Germany (BICC Working Paper series No. 3/2019). Bonn: BICC.

This Working Paper argues that conflicts in refugee shelters in Germany can  largely be attributed to structural causes. These include the asylum regime,  the interplay between the physical layout and social relationships within refugee shelters, and the specific properties of the refugee... more

Christ, S., Meininghaus, E., & Röing, T. (2017, June). Konfliktprävention in Unterkünften – Selbstverantwortung geflüchteter Menschen stärken (BICC Policy Brief series No. 3/2017). Bonn: BICC.

This Policy Brief presents recommendations on conflict prevention in German refugee shelters, in which all refugees are obliged to live until their applications for asylum have been processed. This study aims to contribute to prevent, minimise or resolve conflict at the level of shelters run by the... more

Christ, S., Meininghaus, E., & Röing, T. (2017, May). "All Day Waiting"—Konflikte in Unterkünften für Geflüchtete in NRW (BICC Working Paper series No. 3/2017). Bonn: BICC.

Germany's shelter system for refugees differs between its 16 federal states; this study focuses on the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), which hosts the highest number of refugees who have entered  Germany thus far. Using a qualitative approach, the study conducted by BICC researchers... more