About this Event ‘Integration’ and ‘deportation’ seem to be two opposed ways of talking about and responding to immigration. Indeed, in many countries 'successful integration’ can be a ground for suspending a deportation or even awarding (exceptional)...

The Fourth Seminar Organized by the Anti-Discrimination Working Group in 2021: Reflecting on the Relationship Between Racism and Migration Studies in Belgium and Germany In the wake of protests erupting in the summer of 2020 as a result of the killing...

The webinar will launch the research project ‘Effects of Externalisation: EU Migration Management in Africa and the Middle East’ (EFFEXT).

Description The ‘Family Migration in Times of Crisis’ workshop will explore the impacts of crisis on family migration, how family migrants respond to crises, and intertwined temporalities of crisis and migration. The crises to be considered include,...

The observation that ‘[b]elonging like home entails personally significant and emotional connections between people and places’ (Kusenbach & Paulsen 2013, p. 6) continues to take on novel forms and high political and existential stakes. Irreducible to...

In recent years, attitudes to immigration became a salient political issue in many Western European countries as well as the U.S.. Many factors have been proposed to shape these attitudes from media effects to party cues.

This week is intended to be a week of conversations, discussions and debates where everyone is invited into a safe and inclusive space to discuss issues that are relevant globally, within the Netherlands, Nijmegen community and within the Radboud...

The Third Seminar Organized by the Anti-Discrimination Working Group in 2021: Reflecting on the Relationship Between Racism and Migration Studies in Portugal and Spain

Interdisciplinary Migration Research Seminar Translocal Resilience. Environmental Change, Migration and Social Resilience in Rural Thailand Thursday, 18 March 2021, 11.00-12.30 Patrick Sakdapolrak (Professor in population geography and demography,...

The event will be held on March 3rd, 2021 at 3pm CET by Prof. Steven Vertovec (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity), Prof. Elina Lehtomaki (University of Oulu) and Prof. Sabine Severiens (Erasmus University Rotterdam).