Janina Stürner-Siovitz works as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg. She analyses governance of migration and displacement in complex multi-level systems. Taking a bottom-up perspective, she focuses on the interaction between cities, states and regional/international actors in the realization of the Global Compacts for Migration and on Refugees, on EU migration policy-making as well as on migration movements related to climate change, conflict and...


  • Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg

    University, Nuremberg, Germany
    Postdoctoral research fellow


‘When Mayors make Migration Policy’: What role for cities in EU migration and integration policymaking?

Authors Janina Stürner, Christiane Heimann, Petra Bendel, ...
Year 2020
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2 Policy Brief

The two-way ‘glocalisation’ of human rights or: How cities become international agents in migration governance

Authors Janina Stürner, Petra Bendel
Year 2019
Journal Name Peace Human Rights Governance (PHRG)
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5 Journal Article

Tailored to whom? – Envisaging refugees and host municipalities as central actors for sustainable resettlement

Authors Janina Stürner
Year 2019
Journal Name Migration Policy Practice
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6 Journal Article

Challenging the Nation-State from within: The Emergence of Transmunicipal Solidarity in the Course of the EU Refugee Controversy

Authors Christiane Heimann, Sandra Mueller, Hannes Schammann, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name Social Inclusion
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7 Journal Article

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