January 15, February 12 and March 2, online

Understanding race, racism and antiracism in migration studies, comparatively across Europe and beyond

ANTI-Racism working group presents a new seminar series

On behalf of the anti-racism working group, we like to invite you to join our online seminar series. Following the global mobilization against racism, we have put together a webinar series to reflect on migration histories, race and racism and the challenges facing anti-racist work today.

The seminars provide a focused entry point for debates into the multiple and varied histories of colonialism in Europe, as old colonial powers, modern colonial powers, peripheral/failed colonial powers and as historically dominated countries. These three seminars bring together thinkers from across 12 countries to offer state-of-the-art reviews of these issues and stress the commonalities and differences both in historical and contemporary terms and explore the social, cultural and political dynamics underpinning discourses of race. 

Program

Seminar 1: January 15 at 2:00 till 4:00 (CEST):

1a: Netherlands (Darshan Vigneswaran) - UK (Leon Moosavi)

1b: France (Nina Sahraoui) – Italy (Alfredo Alietti)

Chaired by Marco Martiniello

 

Missed this one? Click here to view the recording.

 

 

Seminar  2: February 12 at 2:00 till 4:00 (CEST):

Session 1: Poland (Monika Bobako) - Hungary (Zsuzsa Vidra)

Session 2: Sweden  (Anders Neergaard) – Switzerland (Boulila & Riaño)

Chaired by Guia Gilardoni

 

Watch this one and go to:

 

https://www.imiscoe.org/events/past-events/1229-second-anti-racism-seminar

 

 

Seminar 3: March 19 at 2:00 till 4:00  (CEST):

 

Spain  (Zenia Hellgren ) - Portugal (Marta Araújo)

 

Chaired by Anders Neergaard

 

Join us:

https://imiscoe.webex.com/imiscoe/j.php?MTID=m8be46f3b3af2e0d651b1a19df5b5eb61

 

We are looking forward to engaging with you!

 

Best wishes,

Anti-racism working group, led by Parvati Raghuram

MOOC: From international migration to superdiversity: how human mobility transforms societies

MOOC: 1 March - 2021
Why do migrants seek to reach Europe? How do they travel here? What are their motivations? How do they integrate in their destination countries ? Will they ever return to their country of origin?

read more

Webinar: “Superdiversity and Inclusion in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices”

Event: 3 March - 3 pm CET - online
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).

read more

WISMA Seminar 2 - Literature search, review and management. (Zoom)

Webinar: 17 February - 2021 - online
This is the third in a series of seminars organised as part of Writing International Student Migration in Africa (WISMA) project, funded by the British Academy. This session builds on our successful 'writing an academic paper' sessions held in December...

read more

Radboud Summerschool: The Science Behind Migrant Inclusion Policies: Evidence-Based Policies and Policy-Based Evidence

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.

read more

Radboud Summerschool: Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice

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.

read more