We are glad to launch FIERI's annual documentary festival on migration. Here is the programme of this 18th edition. As last year, beside the offline screenings in Torino, you can also follow the festival for free on the Festivalscope platform. All documentaries will be available for 2 days (from 5pm before the screening till midnight the day after). Places on Festivalscope are limited: hurry up and don't forget to register on the platform (which gives free access also to lots of other interesting contents).
Workshop: Detecting and Mitigating Bias in Migration Research
March 28, 2023
The workshop Detecting and Mitigating Bias in Migration Research will be held on March 30 and 31 at the Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA-CSIC), Córdoba (Spain). The keynote speech will be given by Melanie Revilla (IBEI, Institut Barcelona...
Fully funded PhD scholarship: Horizon Europe project FAiR at Danube University Krems (AT)
20 March 2023
Deadline: 19 April 2023 The University for Continuing Education Krems specializes in part-time academic continuing education. As a public university for continuing education, it works with its expertise in teaching and research to overcome societal...
Join the IMISCOE Migration Podcast as interviewer
Are you actively involved in migration research and would like to contribute to making migration research more accessible? Then consider joining us as an Interviewer.
CFP Geographies of Migration and Art: Intersections and Imaginaries, Flows and Controls
Organised by Dr Saskia Warren (The University of Manchester) and Dr Amanda Rogers (Swansea University) Human Geographers have made a sustained, but perhaps under-recognised, contribution to understanding the relationship between migration and art...
Doctoral position in Sociology with a focus on Migration and Integration: University of Gothenburg
08 March 2023
Doctoral student in Sociology with focus on migration and integration Deadline for applications: April 5, 2023 Ref PAR 2023/155 The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 56 000 students and 6 600 employees make...