Deadline: 20.12.2022
We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submitting your panel, workshop and paper proposals for the proposals for the 20th IMISCOE Annual Conference organised by the Centre of Migration Research of the University of Warsaw, HAS BEEN EXTENDED...

15 November 2022
Organizers: Ana Raquel Matias (CIES-Iscte, Iscte) Simone Castellani (University of Cadiz) Sofia Gaspar (CIES-Iscte, Iscte) Thais França (CIES-Iscte, Iscte) Activity part of the seminar cycle: Migration in Digital Space: experiences, change and...

15 November 2022
This panel engages migrants’ own understandings of inequality. Specifically, it considers how migrants make sense of economic inequality, their changing class positioning in the context of migration, as well as their strategies for social mobility. As...

10 November 2022
Most social science theory emerges from observations of actors, processes, institutions or other entities, where we surmise patterns in the ways they operate. From this, we develop abstract concepts and put forward theoretical statements. Yet, these...

10 November 2022
The notion of multilevel governance (MLG), having become the canonical analytical framework to explore characteristics of immigrant policymaking on different governance levels and the interdependencies between these levels (Poppelaars and Scholten 2008,...

10 November 2022
MigPoG aims at promoting dialogue between scholars focusing on the politics and governance of migration. MigPoG starts from the assumption that in a context of increasing politicisation of migration, governance and politics should be thematised as the...

Deadline: 08.01.2023
Call for Application for the 2023 IMISCOE PhD School: Critical Reflections on Migration Studies, Racism and Discrimination on 24-28 of April 2023 (on-site at Vrije Universiteit Brussel). The event is organised by the Brussels Interdisciplinary Research...

08.11.2022
Did you participate in The IMISCOE Migration podcast survey? Bella has now wrapped up her research project and speaks about her findings on our podcast.

28 October 2022
The objective of the Standing Committee on Migrant Transnationalism (MITRA) is to provide an arena within IMISCOE for exchange on migrant transnationalism. The transnational turn was an innovation in migration studies and offered a new perspective for...

28 October 2022
Meth@Mig provides a forum for discussing methodological approaches and tools in migration research and assessing the best options available for tackling manifold methodological challenges. The Standing Committee takes on a pluralist perspective as it...