27 October, 2021, 16:00-17:30 BST (online)
This event is the first of a workshop series on the theme of exploring novel ways to do migration research. Inspired by the necessity to pave the way for more coherent methodological guidance in migration research, the organisers have put together a...

27 October, 2021 (online)
Migration Research Center at Koc University (MiReKoc) is pleased to invite you to participate in a special webinar titled "Revisiting the Turkish Migration to Germany: After 60 Years" to assess and evaluate the 60th anniversary of the labor agreement...

7-8 October, 2021 , online
We invite you to join us for the Ethics and Privacy of Big Data Use for Migration Research Workshop, which will be held fully online on 7-8 October 2021. This workshop has been organised by the HumMingBird consortium (Enhanced Migration Measures from a...

Online
We are very happy to invite you to GenSeM's first online symposium. Over two days, we will discuss the gendered nature of social boundaries, ways individuals of migrant backgrounds have challenged them, and how art can become a way to express belonging...

With this webinar - the second in a series of UNIC Seminars - hosted by Erasmus University Rotterdam, we will delve into the topic of Superdiverse Post-Industrial Cities. The webinar will feature Prof. Paul van de Laar and will focus on the city of...

Deadline: 10 June - 2021
We invite contributions for the joint online workshop "Ethics of Big Data for Migration Research" organised by the HumMingBird consortium (Enhanced Migration Measures from a Multidimensional Perspective, H2020 project - GA 870661), the SoBigData++...

Workshop: 15 June - 2021 - online
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,...

Symposium: 23 - 24 June - 2021 - online
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...

Event: 5 - 9 July - 2021 - online
This multidisciplinary course will provide you with insight into relevant issues on the topic of migrant inclusion across three domains: economic inclusion, social inclusion, and migrants’ access to public services, healthcare and housing.

Event: 12 - 16 July - 2021 - online
Many migrants in receiving countries are facing disadvantaged living circumstances when compared to natives. In most Western countries, we observe economic inequality, inequality in access to information, healthcare and housing.