Videos, reports, photo galleries from past workshops, conferences and other events.

Webinar: 22 April 2021, 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm
The webinar discusses the major trends concerning migration to Italy and Europe, as illustrated by the 26th Annual Report on Migrations, the ISMU Foundation’s flagship publication.

Event: 19 April - 2021
Within the framework of the AGREP project, GRITIM-UPF invites you to participate in a reflexive session on the relationship between research and action in the studies of vulnerable and marginalized groups, for example migrants and racialized minorities...

Seminar: 15 April - 2021
Submit the paper and then what? - uncovering the refereeing and editorial systems from the publisher’s perspective

Event: 24 March - 2021
Peo Hansen, professor at REMESO, has presented his new book: "A Modern Migration Theory", at the EUI and the Migration Policy. About the book Current migration policy is based on a seemingly neutral accounting exercise, in which migrants contribute less...

Seminar: 22 April 2021 - online
About this Event ‘Integration’ and ‘deportation’ seem to be two opposed ways of talking about and responding to immigration. Indeed, in many countries 'successful integration’ can be a ground for suspending a deportation or even awarding (exceptional)...

Webinar: 23 April - 2021
The Fourth Seminar Organized by the Anti-Discrimination Working Group in 2021: Reflecting on the Relationship Between Racism and Migration Studies in Belgium and Germany In the wake of protests erupting in the summer of 2020 as a result of the killing...

27 April 2021,13:00 - 14:00 CET
The webinar will launch the research project ‘Effects of Externalisation: EU Migration Management in Africa and the Middle East’ (EFFEXT).

Event: 24 March - 2021 - online
In recent years, attitudes to immigration became a salient political issue in many Western European countries as well as the U.S.. Many factors have been proposed to shape these attitudes from media effects to party cues.

Event: 22 March - 2021 - online
This week is intended to be a week of conversations, discussions and debates where everyone is invited into a safe and inclusive space to discuss issues that are relevant globally, within the Netherlands, Nijmegen community and within the Radboud...

Webinar: 19 March - 2021
The Third Seminar Organized by the Anti-Discrimination Working Group in 2021: Reflecting on the Relationship Between Racism and Migration Studies in Portugal and Spain