Panel discussion (English and Russian) | 21 November 2019 | 6:00 pm
Global mass migrations affect the family institution. Often, migrants come to the host country alone, maintaining family relations “at a distance”; in a new place they create new or parallel families adopting other cultural patterns. “On the move” are not only intra-family relations, but, moreover, the very concept of the family is changing. The question is, what kind of new forms of transnational family arrangements are emerging between Russia and Central Asia and the Caucasus?