05 June 2019
The winner of the 2019 Maria Ioannis Baganha Dissertation Award is Dr. Kristina Bakkær Simonsen. Her dissertation entitled: “Do They Belong? Host National Boundary Drawing and Immigrants’ Identificational Integration” was defended at Aarhus University...

27 April 2019
If you register between May 1-June 1 the fee increases to 250 euros. After June 1, the conference fee will be 350 euros. Be on time to register for IMISCOE's 16th Annual Conference in Malmö. REGISTER here

24 April 2019
Information Migration constitutes one of the most debated societal issues in contemporary Europe. Reflecting the salience of migration as a policy issue, migration research has grown exponentially.

21 March 2019
To reinforce its support to groups of scholars working together within the field of migration studies, IMISCOE announces a new call that will initiate a new research infrastructure within the network.

13 April 2019
About this series This series is the official book series of IMISCOE, the largest network of excellence on migration and diversity in the world.

12 October 2018
Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches: The growing diversity and complexity of international migration present a need for reconceptualizing migration research. The aim of the 2019 IMISCOE...

06 February 2019
Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) welcomes proposals for special issues related to the following theme: "Comparative research and theory-development in migration studies".

11 October 2018
The “Migration and Social Protection in the European Union: Public Policies, Migrant Practices and the Politics of Welfare” IMISCOE Spring Conference will take place from February 27 to March 1 in Liège, Belgium . The IMISCOE board of directors will...

02 October 2018
This conference aims to rethink IMISCOE’s research infrastructure in the light of broader developments in the field of migration studies.

26 September 2018
The editors of Comparative Migration Studies are pleased to announce that the journal has been accepted into Scopus! Content from Comparative Migration Studies will be available in the Scopus database soon.