June 28-30, 2017, Rotterdam

14th IMISCOE Annual Conference

Migration, Diversity and the City

Cities are often the main ports of entry for migration and the location where migration-related diversity is manifested most prominently.  

This year’s conference received more than 500 proposals. After a rigorous review, the Conference Committee (chaired by Peter Scholten of the Erasmus University Rotterdam) has accepted about 230 proposals for 128 sessions, including research panels, policy workshops, book workshops and a number of working sessions for IMISCOE’s research clusters and standing committees.

You can download the overall program overview (PDF), the IMISCOE program booklet (PDF, 11MB) and an overview of the topics within the program of sessions (PDF). Besides the 2 plenaries (at Wednesday 28th and Friday 30th) and the conference sessions, the conference will also host 4 semi-plenaries. These semi-plenaries will be held on Thursday June 29th.

 

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