Kitti Baracsi and Stefano Piemontese will coordinate the panel “Sensing and shaping urban marginality: multimodal and engaged research with children and young people” during the RC21 Conference in Antwerp (14-16 July 2021). Abstracts submissions by 04 December 2020.
Kitti Baracsi is among the 17 social-change leaders who will join LSE’s International Inequalities Institute this autumn as Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity.
The open access book “Politics of (Dis)Integration” edited by INTEGRIM fellows Sophie Hinger and Reinhard Schweitzer was presented at the IMISCOE Spring Conference 2020 in Lisbon
Kitti Baracsi and Stefano Piemontese will coordinate the panel “Sensing and shaping urban marginality: multimodal and engaged research with children and young people” during the RC21 Conference in Antwerp (6-8 July 2020). Abstracts submissions by 15 March.
Reinhard Schweitzer was awarded the second prize of the IMISCOE-Springer competitive call for book proposals 2019 for a book based on his doctoral dissertation.
Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) has rewarded Tina Magazzini with the MCAA Social Impact Award for the positive social impact generated by her research and engagement actions during her participation in the MSCA ITN INTEGRIM.
The INTEGRIM programme has made an innovative contribution to academic knowledge on the concept of integration as a key factor for the future cohesion of European societies through a vast academic production with more than 40 scientific articles (25 peer reviewed, 14 of them indexed and 5 ISIs), two collective publications (WP1: “The Age of […]
INTEGRIM´s contribution to understanding migration and integration management has been published in CORDIS. The article, written in collaboration with Prof. Eduardo Ruiz Vieytez, scientist in charge of the INTEGRIM project, acknowledges the work developed by the ESRs recruited within the INTEGRIM project and how it has enhanced Europe’s academic research capacity. Full article is available here: New […]
We INTEGRIM partners want to express solidarity with Central European University and express concern at proposed legislative changes to CEU’s status in Hungary. These changes would endanger the academic freedom vital for CEU’s continued operation in Budapest and would strike a blow against the academic freedom that enables all universities, including those in Hungary, to […]
The Pedro Arrupe Human Rights Institute of the University of Deusto launches the call for applications for a post-doctoral research position for the research team “Sociocultural Challenges and Human Rights in a Changing World”.