The 13th IMISCOE Annual Conference took place in Prague, 30 June – 2 July 2016. The conference covered the theme ‘Migration and Development’ and was organized by the Geographic Migration Centre (GEOMIGRACE) at Charles University in Prague.>>
As of September 2016, Carmen C. Draghici replaced Juan Francisco Alvarado as the representative of the IMISCOE PhD Network. She was appointed as the PhD Representative of the IMISCOE PhD Network for the period 2016-2017.>>
Prof.dr. Sawitri Saharso and Dr. Peter Scholten - the Editors in Chief of the journal Comparative Migration Studies - welcome applications from colleagues who wish to become a member of the journal's editorial board (call for editors, pdf). Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes comparative research from various disciplines.>>
Standing Committees involve research clusters that have been established for a longer period of time, and have a broad programme of activities and a broad audience that they serve within IMISCOE.
Research Groups involve new research initiatives that focus on a very specific line of activity and a specific group of researchers geared to that.
Ageing migrants are a growing and diverse population throughout Europe and beyond. Research on this group, while still in its infancy, focuses on a variety of themes: care for and by, transnationalism, active ageing, inter-generational relations, return migration, international retirement migration, health, well-being and vulnerability, rights and social policies, social networks, labour market participation, and much more.>>
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