Centre of Migration Research at University of Warsaw together with University of Roehampton in London and National Science Centre Poland invite scholars from all range of disciplines to submit their papers to the international conference on: Social remittances and social change in Central Europe which will take place at University of Warsaw, Main Campus, Ball Room, Tyszkiewicz‐Potocki Palace,...
After great responses to our new research initiative on highly-skilled migrants and brain waste we've now set up a website and a mailing list for interested individuals. See also our Research Group on the IMISCOE website.

Historical Legacy, Transnationalism & Development in Globalized Contexts Mount Saint Vincent University & Saint Mary’s University June 28 – July 1, 2015 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Deadline abstracts: November 10, 2014
The IMISCOE Research Network organizes much of its collaborative work of researchers in Research Clusters and Standing Committees. The call for new initiatives is intended to mobilize colleagues in order to explore possibilities of enhancing new research (by developing research proposals), joint publications or other activities around specific topics as well as the establishment of Standing...
Research Fellow in the Politics of International Migration University of Sheffield Location: Sheffield Salary: £38,511 to £45,594 Grade 8, per annum Hours: Full Time Contract: Contract / Temporary Closes: 23rd October 2014 Job Ref: UOS009326 Contract Type: Fixed term for 3 years tenable from 1 January 2015 Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences
The Research group Citizenship, Migration and the City (CIMIC) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam extended the deadline for applications for the second edition of the IMISCOE 3CI PhD Conference ‘Changing Europe - Changing Migration’: Europe in the World on the Move. The new deadline is: October 17, 2014.
Within the last 25 years migration patterns in South East Europe have profoundly changed. Borders have disappeared; new borders have brought both new migration possibilities and new restrictions. Emigration as a strategy of searching new job opportunities and a better life has been a continuous phenomenon in all South East European transition countries and it has left its imprints on societies...

Watch videos of the IMISCOE 11th Annual Conference in Madrid 25-27 August 2014: opening plenary and the closing plenary.

The film Road of a migrant follows a unique event for Ukraine and Europe – a yearly, 10-day-long walking Pilgrimage from Sambir (Lviv region, Ukraine) to Zarvanytsja (Ternopil region, Ukraine) dedicated to and organized by Ukrainian labor migrants and their family members.
EUI and IMISCOE are jointly organizing an event on " Mobility in Crisis: Is Europe becoming more mobile during the economic crisis or is European mobility in crisis? ". This event is to take place on 29-30 January 2015 at the European University Institute in Florence. Deadline for paper proposals is September 30th.