Videos, reports, photo galleries from past workshops, conferences and other events.
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...
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...
Event: 18 March - 2021
Interdisciplinary Migration Research Seminar Translocal Resilience. Environmental Change, Migration and Social Resilience in Rural Thailand Thursday, 18 March 2021, 11.00-12.30 Patrick Sakdapolrak (Professor in population geography and demography,...
Event: 3 March - 2021 - 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).
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?
Webinar: 17 February - 2021
In the wake of protests erupting in the summer of 2020 as a result of the killing of George Floyd, IMISCOE launched a seminar series initiated by the Anti-Discrimination Working Group led by Parvati Raghuram. The second seminar, chaired by Guia...