Category: Conference News
Our latest IMISCOE bulletin focuses on the Oslo hybrid Annual Conference, and the situation in Ukraine is now available.
Category: Special events
Follow the IMISCOE PhD Network activities for the 2022 IMISCOE Conference Wednesday, 29th of June 2022
Category: Conference News
This weekend Oslo experienced an attack on the LGBTQ+ community, and on all of us. Two are murdered, many wounded. The incident is being investigated by the Oslo police as a terror attack. As a scholarly community, we stand in solidarity with all...
Category: Meetings Standing Committees
Wednesday, June 29th | 14:45 - 16:15 Meeting Standing Committee Migration, Politics and Governance , “Future agenda of MIGPOG” The WebEx link is visible for participants. If you have registered for the conference then you need to log on to view the...
Category: Practical guides
This document aims to provide some basic guidance regarding the use of Webex for the 2022 IMISCOE Conference. Please carefully read this document prior to the conference in case you are joining virtually.
Category: Technical assistance
There are 3 ways in which we offer technical assistance to conference participants joining online.
Category: Practical guides
The Chairs have an important role at the IMISCOE conference, contributing to facilitate important research exchange on migration themes – and as an integral part of this, making conference participation an inclusive and safe experience for everyone.
Category: Practical guides
You can find the detailed conference program after logging in on the conference portal – and the room numbers and Webex link information for sessions will be appearing for each session shortly. In addition to finding “My sessions” (which automatically...
Category: Conference News
The programme of the #IMISCOE2022 Annual conference is now available! Participants to the 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference in Oslo and online can now access the detailed conference programme by logging in the conference portal:...
Category: Conference News
Dear conference participants, We would like to inform you that, given the large number of scheduling requests that we received over the past weeks, as well as the last-minute requests to change participant status between online and on-site...
Category: Special events
Wednesday, June 29th | 16:30 - 18:00 Time often plays a peripheral or taken-for granted role in analyses of migration. This is changing, and might warrant being called a temporal turn. The past two decades have seen an accelerating growth in migration...
Category: Special events
Thursday, June 30th | 13:00 - 14:30 There is a tendency to discuss migration governance in technocratic terms and describe it as concerned with the promotion of well-being for all stakeholders, migrants and natives, receiving, sending and transit...
Category: Special events
Wednesday, June 29th | 13:00 - 14:30 The conditions under which scholars are, or are not, engaged in academic knowledge production in European universities and research has an impact on the production of knowledge on migration, diversity, and inclusion....
Category: Special events
Friday, July 1st | 14:45 - 16:15 In the Closing Plenary we invite four experienced migration research profiles to reflect on their key take-aways from three days of IMISCOE conference papers and sessions, and their links to the conference theme:...
Category: Special events
Thursday, June 30th | 13:00 - 14:30 The premise of this semi-plenary is to shed light into the ineluctable association between time and transnationalism. What are the multifaceted, conceptual and methodological roles of time in transnationalism...
Category: 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference
For the preliminary conference schedule, click here to view overall programme . For any questions/comments, please first consult the FAQs section on our conference page. More information regarding Oslo can be found on the Practicalities page. For any...
Category: Special events
Thursday, June 30th | 13:00 - 14:30 Comparative research paints a contradictory picture of long-term integration processes. In line with theories of assimilation, descendants of immigrants experience substantial social mobility compared to their...
Category: Host
On behalf of the hosts, Centre for Welfare and Labour Research at the Oslo Metropolitan University, and our collaborators at the Institute for Social Research (ISF), the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) and the Fafo Institute for Labour and Social...
Category: Practicalities
Oslo is the oldest of the Scandinavian capitols, and its history goes back 1000 years. Today Oslo has about 630 000 inhabitants and covers 454 square kilometers, 242 of which are forests. Sandwiched between a fjord and forested hills, Oslo is the ideal...
Category: Practicalities
Get the most of your stay in Oslo without spending too much! The green city by the fjord has a lot to offer value-conscious travellers.