2-4 July, 2018, Barcelona

15th IMISCOE Annual Conference

Europe, migrations and the Mediterranean: human mobilities and intercultural challenges

The Mediterranean lies at the heart of migration studies in Europe and, currently, it is a focal point of large-scale human displacement.
This is both a global and a local challenge with major effects on origin and destination countries in terms of society and politics, and with important implications for border and diversity policies, and geopolitical strategies.

The 2018 IMISCOE Annual Conference raises the theme “Europe, migrations and the Mediterranean: human mobilities and intercultural challenges” and will take place in Barcelona (July 2-4, 2018).

 

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