Category: about IMISCOE
The Executive Board supervises and advises the work of the coordinator and the Network Office and prepares meetings and decisions of the Board of Directors . The members of the Executive Board are nominated by the Board of Directors. It will meet...
Category: about IMISCOE
The Board of Directors represents the highest authority of the network and decides on the network structuring activities — the joint programme of activities, the allocating of funds and the financial accounting, any changes in the membership and...
Category: Member in Focus
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Migration and Inclusive Societies (MIS) conducts a wide range of research in the fields of humanities, behavioural sciences, education and social work, social sciences, geography, and architecture to understand change and to contribute to open and...
Category: Annual Reports
This year (2019) the IMISCOE network celebrated its 15th anniversary.
Category: about IMISCOE
Annual Report, including an account of 15 years IMISCOE by founding father Rinus Penninx! In 2019, IMISCOE celebrates its 15th anniversary. A great opportunity to look back at the road that we have travelled not only during 2018 (the focus of this...
Category: Annual Reports
In 2019, IMISCOE celebrates its 15th anniversary. A great opportunity to look back at the road that we have travelled not only during 2018 (the focus of this annual report), but also since the genesis of IMISCOE in 2004. How has the Network evolved and...
Category: Annual Reports
This annual report covers the 13th year of IMISCOE’s existence; 2017. It is however for the first time that the network issues an annual report like this one. In fact, this annual report is one of the concrete efforts to cope with the growth of the...
Category: about IMISCOE
By Aafke Brus, Radboud University Nijmegen August 2014 2. Origins and development of IMISCOE The formal establishment of IMISCOE was in April 2004, when the European Commission decided to finance it as a Network of Excellence. However, plans for the...
Category: about IMISCOE
By Aafke Brus, Radboud University Nijmegen August 2014 7. Conclusion This paper has provided an historical biography of IMISCOE from the establishment of the Network of Excellence, the change into an International Research Network, and the recent move...
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By Aafke Brus, Radboud University Nijmegen August 2014 6. Training and awards A final category of IMISCOE’s activities involves training & awards. Both are oriented at promoting excellence in the field of migration and integration studies, at various...
Category: about IMISCOE
By Aafke Brus, Radboud University Nijmegen August 2014 5. Events Besides research and publications, the organization of events such as conferences, symposia and PhD schools has been a key part of IMISCOE’s activities. Especially IMISCOE’s annual...
Category: about IMISCOE
By Aafke Brus, Radboud University Nijmegen August 2014 3. Research At the establishment of the IMISCOE, policy and research were its main topics. When IMISCOE became an IRN, the focus shifted more primarily to research and the interests of research...
Category: about IMISCOE
At the occasion of the tenth anniversary of IMISCOE, in April 2014, Aafke Brus conducted a study in order to look into the history and development of IMISCOE. This she did by studying the minutes of the Board of Directors meetings, interviewing key...
Category: about IMISCOE
Related Networks and Projects Churches Commission for Migrants in Europe Ecumenical Centre Database on Return Migrants to the Maghreb (DReMM) Department of Immigration and Asylum DG Justice and Home Affairs DG Employment, Social Affairs & Equal...
Category: about IMISCOE
Various of IMISCOE’s core activities are organized in task-specific committees.
Category: about IMISCOE
The Board of Directors represents the highest authority of the network and decides on the network structuring activities — the joint programme of activities, the allocating of funds and the financial accounting, any changes in the membership and...
Category: about IMISCOE
The Network Office, located at the headquarters of the coordinating member, will implement financial, organisational and other practical aspects of the consortium. The Coordinator of IMISCOE will lead the office. Currently, the Erasmus University...
Category: about IMISCOE
The collaboration of institutional partners of the IMISCOE Research Network is based on a Consortium Agreement. The IMISCOE Network is led by the Board of Directors , which delegates most of its tasks to the Coordinator. The Coordinator is supported by...
Category: about IMISCOE
Being an individual member of IMISCOE gives access to various benefits and opportunities. Some benefits are only available to persons who are associated to an IMISCOE institute as researcher, PhD or student. These are addressed under the section...
Category: about IMISCOE
Member Institutes IMISCOE Network consists of 56 member institutes: EUR (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), the Netherlands, Network Coordinator AMIS (Centre for Advanced Migration Studies), University of Copenhagen, Denmark. BIRMM (Brussels...