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Juan Triviño Salazar

Juan Carlos Triviño Salazar

Post-doctoral Researcher Juan de la Cierva

Biography

I am currently a Juan de la Cierva post-doctoral fellow at IBEI, and in parallel to this position, I also work for the Horizon 2020 Transcrisis project at IBEI. My research engages in questions about public policy, political participation and inclusion, local politics and immigration and integration. I also collaborate with the research group GRITIM at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). I have taught undergrad and master courses on public policy, international relations, comparative politics and immigration at UPF and IBEI. In January 2016, I defended my PhD thesis titled “Political parties and immigrant associations: alliances in the presence of politicized immigration conflicts. A comparative study”. From 2012 to 2015, I was a Catalan Government FI-AGAUR pre-doctoral fellow.  I have done academic stays at the CUNY Graduate Center  in New York and McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada and another one at the FEGS in Caracas, Venezuela. I hold a Mundus-Mapp double degree master in public policy (IISS-The Hague and IBEI-Barcelona) funded by the Erasmus Mundus program and an MSc in European relations (Linköping University-Sweden).

Background and education

  • (2016) PhD in Political and Social Sciences, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Awards

2016PhD Cum Laude

2013. Best Analytical Essay on Immigration. Migration Policy Centre's Summer School

2004Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs 'Magna Cum Laude'

Professional memberships & affiliations

European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR)

European network of scholars in the area of migration and integration (IMISCOE)

Research

Research interests

  • Urban governance
  • Immigration and integration
  • Public Policy
  • Multilevel governance
  • Political participation

Selected publications

  • Triviño Salazar, Juan.2018Who is Your Ally? Political Parties as Elite Allies of Immigrant Associations LocallyJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,Doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2018.1526060Link
  • Triviño Salazar, Juan2018.Local politics and immigration: mobilizing immigrant associations beyond small-scale citiesIn: T. Caponio, R. Zapata-Barrero, and P. Scholten (eds.)The Routledge Handbook of the Governance of Migration and Diversity in CitiesLondon:Palgrave MacmillanLink
  • European transboundary crises and EU agencies: Examining board members' attitudes towards crisis involvementPérez Duran, Ixchel; Triviño Salazar, Juan20182018/55
  • Triviño Salazar, Juan.2017The politics of immigration locally: alliances between political parties and immigrant organizationsEthnic and Racial Studies,Link
  • European Union Agencies: A transnational logic?Triviño Salazar, Juan20172017/54
  • Triviño, Juan; Burchianti, F

    2015.La regulación política de los conflictos relacionados a la diversidad en el espacio públicoIn: R. Zapata-BarreroLas condiciones de la interculturalidad: gestión local de la diversidadValencia:Tirant lo blanc
  • Triviño Salazar, Juan; Climent-Ferrando, V

    2015.Immigrant associations and political participation: when language matters. The case of CataloniaIn: R. Medda and A. Carla (eds.)Migration in Autonomous Territories. The Case of South Tyrol and CataloniaLeiden:Brill Publishers
  • Triviño Salazar, Juan.2014Immigrant organizations and the politicization of cultural diversity in the cityAnalytical and Synthetic Note,2014/03. Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. European University Institute
  • Triviño Salazar, Juan.2013The promise of transformation through participation: an analysis of Communal Councils in Caracas, VenezuelaWorking Paper 558. Erasmus University of Rotterdam’s International Institute of Social Studies,