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
Night workers are an invisible group of people who keep the city running with their labour. Those of us who sleep at night have no idea that they even exist, but without them, the supermarket shelves would be empty in the morning.
INTEGRIM members co-organised the IMSCOE Spring Conference 2020 entitled “Moving, living, investing and surviving: housing and migrations in uncertain times” (February 6-7, University of Lisbon).
THE INTEGRIM-SCRIBANI 2016 CONFERENCE International Migration, Integration and Social Justice in Europe. Sharing perspectives between academia and civil society. The 2016 Conference focused on the integration of public policies and processes experienced by international migrants in the European context and beyond. It aimed to combine both academic and grass-roots best practices and perspectives to enrich […]
The MIGRINTER colloque for the 30 ans aniversary was organised together with the INTEGRIM network. Many of our INTEGRIM researchers participated in the organization of the panels, as speakers or presenting papers. The conference was a great success and gathered more than 200 researcher with a high participation of ESRs.