Category: News from Members
Join the event " Research Communication with an Impact: Different tools for different audiences " with Professor Researcher Kristian Berg Harpvinken (PRIO, Norway), as part of the Mapping Out project activities. Science communication operates at many...
Category: News from Members
MIGCITPOL received over 50 submissions for its 2023 Annual Workshop "GOVERNING MIGRANT CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS IN TIMES OF PROTRACTED CRISES" [Call for Papers now closed. Thanks for your interest!] Crises are generally characterized as the outcome of sudden...
Category: Network News
The IMISCOE PhD Network Board invites PhD students to participate in this year's PhD Day. The theme of the event is 'The importance of mental health during the PhD journey'. During the event, which will take place on 17 February from 13:00 to 16:30 CET...
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The Qualification and Skill in the Migration Process of Foreign Workers in Asia (QuaMaFA) project is organising its last hybrid lecture “ License to Dream: Skilled Mobilities and the Politics of Gender ” by Prof. Radha Sarma Hegde (New York University)....
Category: News from Members
Deadline for application: 19 February 2023 The German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM) e.V. in Berlin is searching for a (postdoctoral) researchers to be employed with 35,1 hours per week (90%) starting on 01.04.2023 in the...
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MITRA is organizing writing retreats for PhD students throughout the academic year. The first sessions for 2023 are happening on Feb 6 th and Feb 20 th from 9.00 GMT to 14.00 GMT . For more information, please send an email to This email address is...
Category: News from Members
Deadline for application: 13 February 2023 The Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES-Iscte) of the Iscte - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa is accepting applications for one post-doctoral researcher position as part of the European...
Category: Network News
26.01.2023
Episode 6 (S3) is out now! find it on SoundCloud, Spotify and here https://www.imiscoe.org/news-and-blog/podcast
Category: Podcasts
Our guest today is Viktoria Sereda, a Ukrainian scholar whose research expertise straddles the formation of sociopolitical identity, cross-regional mobility, as well as internal and international displacement of Ukrainians following the Russian...
Category: News from Members
Integrated in the International Seminar Cycle Migrations in Digital Space: experiences, transformations and resistance , the Seminar "Migrants' digital practices of creativity and resistance" takes place in the afternoon of February 2 via ZOOM . The...
Category: News from Members
The 6th China-Europe Research Platform on Chinese Migration to and Beyond Europe (CERPE ) Workshop – “In an Era of Uncertainties and New Opportunities: Chinese Migrations in Europe” – is hosted by CIES-Iscte (Centre for Research and Studies in...
Category: News from Members
January 30, 2023
Online workshop “Integrating Reflexivities into Survey Research” Jointly organized by the IMISCOE Standing Committees Reflexivities in Migration Studies and Methodological Approaches and Tools in Migration Research Keynote speakers: Jessica Hagen-Zanker...
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Immigration is a hot topic in Europe, but research on the media effects on public attention with immigration remains limited. We explore how media coverage affects the degree of importance attached to immigration in seven Western European countries....
Category: News from Members
This lecture is a part of the lecture series under the theme “Female Skilled Labor Migration Across the Globe”. We are organizing our fourth (online) lecture “ Caring with emotion: Korean nurses in Germany ” by Prof. Yonson Ahn (Goethe University...
Category: Jobs & opportunities
Deadline: 31 January 2023 Job description The English translation is provided for information purposes and only the French version is binding. For the French version please see here . The Department of Political Science and International Relations of...
Category: Jobs & opportunities
Deadline: 31 January 2023 Maastricht University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is looking for an enthusiastic and engaged scholar to join our team of transnational migration researchers. Experience in a Global South context is strongly...
Category: PhD Blog
It is now well established that refugee claimants tend to be overly represented as a uniform group. In parallel, victimhood and powerlessness, experiences of violence and repression have progressively gained particular attention in exploring...
Category: News from Members
27-28 March 2023, Bonn, Germany Violent conflicts set people into motion and change existing social relations. More specifically, large-scale wars and localised conflicts not only force people to flee from violence but transform pre-existing mobility...
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The EuroMedMig Office would like to announce the release of the Manifesto for a City Governance of Mediterranean Migration , which constitutes the Executive Summary of the main diagnoses, challenges, and recommendations collected from the EUMedMi...
Category: News from Members
Crises are generally characterized as the outcome of sudden developments which evoke some sort of threat, risk, and need for response --a momentary problem that eventually fades. As such, they disrupt the status quo and may bring serious policy...