Contemporary migration research often revolves around one particular aspect of migratory processes, such as the movement of a particular group of people, the core motives to migrate, the expectations of migrants prior to, whilst or after migrating, or issues surrounding the integration in receiving societies. This international conference aims to stimulate an interdisciplinary discussion on a more encompassing perspective to labour migration by approaching the phenomenon from different points of view, with a special focus on internal as well as international labour mobility.
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CfP: International Conference - Migration at Work - 19-20 April 2018
18 October 2017
Event: 21 January, 2021 - Online
A unique project in which more than 80 scientists and co-authors take a stance and propose solutions.
Alcinda Honwana speaks about young Africans' aspirations to become productive and accomplished members of society.
Event: Tuesday 19 January 2021 - online
On January 19, 2021, dr. Justine Bakker and RUNOMI-member dr. Joris Schapendonk will engage the blue humanities from their respective research foci.
Guest Lecturer: Public health challenges in Lebanon; a country struggling with refugee crisis, political unrest and total economic collapse (Dr Souha Kanj)
Event: Tuesday 12 January 2021 - online
RUNOMI is pleased to announce that Dr. Souha Kanj, who received the Radboud honorary doctorate in September 2020, accepted our invitation for a guest lecture on refugees’ health in Lebanon.
ANTI-Racism working group presents a new seminar series: Understanding race, racism and antiracism in migration studies, comparatively across Europe and beyond
15 January, 2021 - Online
On behalf of the anti-racism working group, we like to invite you to join our online seminar series. Following the global mobilization against racism, we have put together a webinar series to reflect on migration histories, race and racism and the...