The NOVAMI group held a two-day workshop on norms and values in migration studies. Up to 20 international experts on migration, including PhD candidates, presented and discussed the themes of value transformation, value transmission and value circulation from a multidisciplinary perspective. The aim was to create an interdisciplinary understanding of value research and to explore issues in the field of migration and integration pertaining to the three themes. The workshop was hosted in spirit by the Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM) at Malmö University and took place online.
11 September 2020
The research initiative PriMob: Privileged Mobilities: local impacts, belonging and citizenship has a new website . The website contains a blog section, where members post reflections, opinions, and news regarding the field of privileged migration. A...
11 September 2020
The SC Education and Social Inequality will hold an open online lunch session on 25 September at 12:30 CET . At this meeting, we will briefly introduce the Standing Committee and its members and develop our agenda for next year together. The meeting is...
25 September 2020
Education has been one of the earliest topics dealt with comparatively across countries in the IMISCOE network. The Standing Committee aims at stimulating international comparative research on the intersections between education, (international)...
10 September 2020
Return Migration and Implications for Policy and Practice - Global, Regional and National Multi-stakeholder Perspectives - ONLINE SYMPOSIUM - 15 September, 2020
07 September 2020
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the substantial measures taken by EU and OECD countries to prevent the spread of the virus are having direct and indirect impacts on international students coming to those countries.