REGI project has started to collaborate with a project Inequalities in Motion: Transnational Families in Estonia and Finland (implemented by University of Eastern Finland and University of Tartu and funded by the Kone Foundation). The three-year project will explore processes of inequality that occur in the context of migration and commuting between Estonia and Finland. The research is concerned with the subjective and affective dimensions of mobility: ways in which mobility, transnational family life and inequalities related to it are experienced and narrated by grown-up migrants as well as by children of different age, by family members staying behind and return migrants who for one reason or another have moved back to their home country or to third countries.
The project Inequalities in Motion: Transnational Families in Estonia and Finland had an opening event Räägi oma Soome lugu on 14th of April in Tartu, Estonia. REGI project team participated in the event and presented the REGI project and its themes.
Estonian news about the event:
Read more about the Inequalities in Motion project: https://estfinblog.wordpress.com/