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INTEGRIM Third Annual Conference

3rd Annual Conference of INTEGRIM Network CITIZENSHIP IN MOTION: RESPONSES TO INCREASING TRANSNATIONALITY 20 November 2015 Venue: Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations, Koç University İstiklal Caddesi No:181, Beyoğlu, Istanbul The world population is on the move. Along currently highly problematized asylum seeker and irregular migrant flows, a significant share of migrants are moving within confines […]

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SAVE THE DATE: ‘International Migrations and New Local Governance’ on 10-11 December 2015 in Poitiers, France

Migrinter, with the support of Integrim Program – Marie Curie Actions, invites you to participate in the upcoming seminar ‘International Migrations and New Local Governance’ on 10-11 December 2015 in Poitiers, France. Lectures will tackle issues related to immigration, decentralisation and local governance in the North and in the South. See the program attached! Prog_New […]

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Save the Date: Third Annual Conference of the INTEGRIM Network, 18-20 November 2015, Istanbul

The third Annual Conference of the INTEGRIM Network will take place on 18-20 November 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey. In the framework of the Annual Conference, there will be a consortium meeting and a pro workshop for the ESRs on November 18. INTEGRIM Work Package scientific meetings will be held on November 19 and a one-day […]

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IMISCOE Spring Conference (organized by AMIS)

Call for Papers SPRING IMISCOE CONFERENCE 2016 Measures of Control: Managing Migration in the 21. Century (AMIS, University of Copenhagen) Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS) and IMISCOE jointly organize a conference on controlling migration, University of Copenhagen, 18-19. February 2016. Keynote lectures: Adrian Favell (University of Leeds) and Sarah Fine (King’s College London) In […]

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Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Middle East

24/09 | 09h00-18h00   Séminaire INTEGRIM du groupe de recherche Migrations et mobilités du CERI   En partenariat avec MIGRINTER, Université de Poitiers Forced migrations have usually been described as “spontaneous” migrations and analysed in terms of political and security constraints. But even refugee movements resulting from conflicts are often fashioned by previous migration flows […]