He is an associated researcher in the European project “Mobilizing for Democracy: Democratization processes and the mobilization of civil society”. Specifically he analyzes the protests around the refugee crisis, both at the EU level as well as the protests at the French/British border.
Before that he studied other social movements: squatters, Zapatistas, the Esperanto movement or the movements for peace or for a global justice. Most of such publications tackled different approaches on the relationship between social movements and the media. From a transnational perspective, his doctoral dissertation focused on a particular aspect of the contemporary peace movement: the international campaigns on disarmament.
He has also been a researcher at the International Catalan Institute for Peace in Barcelona and at the Juan March Institute in Madrid. He holds a PhD in Social and Political Sciences from the European University Institute.
Research interests: Peace movement, disarmament, refugees, Esperanto, and linguistic justiceHome page
Journal Article - 2018
Monograph - 2018