MOBILISE hosts regular workshops, panels, roundtables and meetings. Here is a selected list of our events and presentations based on MOBILISE project papers, data and analyses.

  1. MOBILISE Project Publication and Dissemination Workshop, University of Manchester, Tuesday December 14,  2021. (Organized by Onuch whole MOBILISE team participation).
  2. Kolloquium Politik von unten. Wir begrüßen das Verbundprojekt „MOBILISE – Determinants of Mobilisation at Home & Abroad: Analysing the Micro-Foundations of Out-Migration & Mass Protest”.  “Ads or Groups: Recruiting migrants, protesters and migrant protesters with Facebook”. December 13, 2021. (Goldstein).

  3. ASEEES Annual Convention, New Orleans “Polish Migrants’ Social Engagement: Between Everyday Activism and Protest Movements.” November 19, 2021. (Goldstein)
  4. APSA. “Pandemic Effects on Protest Readiness: A Natural Experiment.” September 2021, Virtual APSA, USA. (Onuch)

  5. MOBILISE Belarus Special Issue PSA Workshop. June 16, 2021. (Onuch & Sasse + AB Members Robertson, Rosenfeld, Herasimenka).
  6. Tartu Conference on Russian and East European Studies,  “Who are the protesters in Belarus.” June 2021. (Sasse)
  7. BASEES Regional Conference with EEGA and ZOiS 2021:  “Push-Pull Factors of Protest and Migration.” June 2021. (Sasse)
  8. EPSA. “Pandemic Effects on Protest Readiness: A Natural Experiment.” June 2021, Virtual EPSA. (Onuch)
  9. PONARS, “Social Activism in Eurasia” Workshop. “Pro-EU but not Pro-Democracy: Protester Political Dispositions in Belarus.” 04/16/2021. (Onuch)
  10. ERES, George Washington University, “Who Are The Protesters in Belarus? Survey Evidence.” 04/08/2021. (Onuch)
  11. Harriman Institute, Columbia University, “The Original Maidan: Revisiting the Revolution the Granite in Comparative Perspective.” 04/08/2021. (Onuch)
  12. ASN, Columbia University. “Who Were the Protesters in Belarus.” May 2021, Virtual ASN, USA. (Onuch & Sasse – two separate panels both organized by Onuch & Sasse).
  13. ASN, Columbia University. “3 years of Zelensky – Populism, Protest, and Pandemic.” May 2021, Virtual ASN, USA. (Onuch – presentation and panel organization).
  14. ASN, Columbia University. “Polish Everyday Activism.” May 2021, Virtual ASN, USA. (Goldstein – panel organized by Onuch and included AB members Kubik & Ekiert).
  15. Danyliw Annual Lecture, University of Ottawa, Key Note. “Contemporary Engagement.” 03/27/2021. (Onuch)
  16. HURI, Harvard University, “Why Is Ukraine a Democracy?” TCUP Annual Conference. 02/03/2021 (Onuch)
  17. REES, University of Oxford, “Who are the Protesters in Belarus?: Survey Evidence.” 02/18/2021 (Onuch)
  18. “The Power of Images and Mass Mobilisation in Belarus” (ZOiS Forum online). December 15, 2020. (Sasse & Onuch) 
  19. Jordan Center NYU and Harriman Center at Columbia,  ‘New York City-Russia Public Policy Series,’ “Belarus: Looking Forward and Looking East to Russia” December 8, 2020 (Onuch & AB member Herasimenka)
  20. CAPRN, Kings, ZOiS Panel. “Protest in Poland: Popular Opposition, Women’s Rights, & PiS” November 24, 2020. (Goldstein & Onuch [organizer]) 
  21. Harvard Ukrainian Institute, “From ‘Glory to Ukraine’ to ‘Long Live Belarus’”, November 2020 (Onuch)
  22. Chatham House. “The Belarus Crisis.” Chatham House, UK, November 9, 2020 (Onuch) 

  23. ASEEES, “Civic Identity as Loyalty: Drivers of Protest and Migration.” November 2020, Virtual ASEEES, USA. (Onuch & Sasse)
  24. ASEEES, “Lone Wolves: Alone Protest in Mass Mobilization.” November 2020, Virtual ASEEES, USA. (Onuch & Santos)
  25. ASEEES, “Migrant Activism.” November 2020, Virtual ASEEES, USA. (Goldstein)
  26. APSA, “Lone Wolves: Alone Protest in Mass Mobilization.” September 2020, Virtual APSA, USA. (Onuch & Santos)
  27. APSA, “Push-Pull Factors of Protest and Migration.” September 2020, Virtual APSA, USA. (Onuch, Sasse, Doyle  & AB member Beissinger discussant).
  28. APSA, “Pandemic Effect on Protest Willingness: A Natural Experiment.” September 2020, Virtual APSA, USA. (Onuch  & Santos)
  29. Munk School of Global Affairs, CERES, University of Toronto “Belarus on the Edge”, August 26, 2020. (Onuch)
  30. Ukrainian Canadian Congress and Belarusian Canadian Alliance, “Special Briefing on Belarus,” August 21, 2020. (Onuch)
  31. CAPRN, Kings, ZOiS Panel “Belarus Rising: The Roots and Routes of Revolution.” August 20, 2020 (Onuch, AB members: Herasimenka, Robertson, and Chernish).
  32. NYU. “The Ukraine Side of Impeachment”. New York City Russia Public Policy Series, Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, NYU and the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, NYC, USA. 01/23/2020 (Onuch)–from-the-ukrainian-perspective–jan–23-panel-disc.html
  33. APSA. Roundtable at  2019 APSA Annual Meeting (Presentations by: Doyle, Onuch, Sasse, AB members: Vieira, Whitehead).
  34. MOBILISE Workshop. “What Questions Should We Ask When We Study Protest Comparatively: Assessing Surveys, Interviews, Focus Groups and Social Media Based Research of Protesters”, A CAPRN and MOBILISE Project Workshop, University of Manchester, Friday June 7 -8, 2019 (Organized by Onuch – whole team in attendance + participating).
  35. ASN. “Ukrainian Elections” (1st presentation of MOBILISE findings), ASN, Columbia University, USA, May 2, 2019 (Presentation by Onuch)
  36. UK Launch of  MOBILISE: “Capturing Mobilization in Crisis Contexts: Migration and Protest in Ukraine, Brazil & Venezuela”, Nuffield College, February 8, 2019 (Presentations by Onuch, Green, Whitehead, Meseguer, Doyle).

Prime Pumping – Pre-Project Launch Events 

  1. Migration and Political Engagement: A Manchester Migration Lab Workshop, University of Manchester,  June 9 -10, 2017 (organized by Onuch and Wilcock, Presentations by: Doyle, Ersanilli, Meseguer, Onuch & Toma)
  2. Exit and Voice Grant Writing Workshop, Nuffield College, The University of Oxford, May 2016 (organized by Onuch – Toma and Ersanilli in attendance)
  3. Exit and Voice Grant Writing Workshop, ENSEA,  November 2016 (organized by Toma, Onuch and Ersanilli in attendance).
  4. Proof-of concept and pump-priming workshop,  The University of Oxford,  June 18-19, (organized by Onuch and Toma, Presentations by: Sasse, Doyle, Onuch & Toma)

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