IMISCOE

January 2015

Newsletter #01-2015

NEWS

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Membership IMISCOE - some changes

Some membership rules have been changed as of January 1st, 2015. The annual fee for IMISCOE institutes  is lowered to € 3000.

A reduction of € 50  a year is introduced for PhD’s.

The benefits and opportunities for members are adapted. Some benefits are (stay) only available to persons who are associated to IMISCOE institutes »  


Overview Call for Papers 12th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Geneva

  1. Units of Analysis and Perspectives on Immmigrant Incorporation
  2. Impact of the Recent Conflict in Ukraine on Migration
  3. Governing Migrant Transnationalism
  4. Researching with and Through Migrants’ Associations and Relevant Social Organisations
  5. Return Among Ageing Migrants 
  6. Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing
  7. Cross-border Marriages: Between Transnationalization and Politicization
  8. The Undocumented, The Non-Legitimate, And Their Welfare
  9. Materialised Remittances And Objects of Aid
  10. Discrimination in Cross-National Perspective
  11. Refugee Migration and Local Demarcations
  12. Internationalising our Understanding of Student
    Mobilities: Beyond the Anglo Model 
  13. The Methodological Challenges of Conducting Research with Children of Migrants 
  14. The Cross-sectionality of Gender and Mothering within Transnational Families
  15. Environmental Migration in West Africa
  16. Public Opinion and (Media) Representations of “The Other”
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News from members

  1. EUI Forum on Migration, Citizenship and Demography
  2. Workshop: Religion and the Political Participation and 
    Mobilization of Immigrants Groups - Deadline: February 8th, 2015
  3. Detailed Programme International Social Conference: Social Remittances - Warsaw

PUBLICATIONS

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Journal CMS 2:4 out now!

Edited by Ferruccio Pastore »

 

Overview Journals CMS »

 

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Media

The inaugural conference of the EUI (European University Institute) Forum took place on 17-18 November 2014 and discusses "The ‘Lampedusa Dilemma’: Global Flows and Closed Borders. What should Europe do?". View the video of this conference

 

 

 

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PO Box 1738
Rotterdam, ZH 3000 DR
Netherlands

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