Transnational Family Dynamics in Europe

Cost Action CA21143

Transnational Family Dynamics in Europe

About us

Transnational Family Dynamics in Europe (TraFaDy) is a network based on the Cost Action 21143 and aims to deepen the knowledge of the growing, rapidly changing phenomenon and dynamics of Transnational Families (TNF) by bringing together researchers and stakeholders from different disciplines and countries to address the need for transnational insights and to formulate policy and practice-oriented recommendations with an impact on international, national, sub-local and local practices. We closely monitor current trends in migration, technology and politics, and engage in an intensive dialogue with policy and practitioners, and, thus, address the need to deepen and broaden scientific and policy understanding of Transnational Families. [learn more]

Latest News

6th call for TraFaDy grants: STSMs, ITCG and DCG

TraFaDy launches its 6th call for all of the following grants: Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs), ITC Conferences and Dissimination Conferences. More information can be found in the respective call: 6th call for grants, April 2024: If you want to take a look at the application process, please consult the grant awarding user guide. If you have any further questions, please…

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13-14. May 2024: Symposium by TraFaDy and MITRA on “Linking policy and academia: Transnational Families in Europe”

This 2-day includes a symposium and a PhD Training and will take place at CASTLE – Centre for the Study of Transnational Families, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca (UBB), Romania. It is co-organised by TraFaDy and IMISCOE’s Standing Committee on Migrant Transnationalism (MITRA). The participants aim to link theoretical findings to political developments and formulate arguments and proposals for them. Together, we…

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Working Groups

Working Group 6
Practises and policy impact

This working group analyses whether existing policies at local, regional, national, European and international levels, and welfare and health services effectively address the needs of Transnational Families. It therefore links…

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