August 27-29, 2014, Madrid

11th IMISCOE Annual Conference

Immigration, Social Cohesion and Social Innovation

Organised by the IMISCOE partner IEUM in Madrid. This year's conference attracted a record number of participants: 375. 

Conference program

If you have missed the conference, parts of it are also available in video via the UPComillas website: 

  • Opening plenary (with keynote of Jurgen Howald, Maria Baganha Award Ceremony and roundtable on social innovation)
  • Closing plenary (with Rinus Penninx Award Ceremony, key-notes by Allessandra Venturini and Demetrios Papademetriou)
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