- IMER Bergen seminar series
- Metropolis 2013 Facebook and Website
- Lifestyle Migration in Rural Areas
- “Early Bird” articles from the forthcoming NJMR
- Video and photo competition: Migration and Development
- Conferences and Seminars
- New Publications
IMER Bergen has two seminar series this semester:
– “Provision of Welfare to ’Irregular Migrants’”
– Upcoming seminar:
“Why Human Rights Fail to Protect Undocumented Migrants?”
Gregor Noll ( Lund University)
Friday 5 October, 13.15-15.00.
– ”Før og etter 22. juli 2011”
– Neste seminar:
”Anders behring breivik og den anti-islamske bevegelsen”
Sveinung Sandberg (UiO) og Lars Erik Berntzen (UiB)
Fredag 19. oktober, 13.15-15.00.
Uni Rokkansenteret, Nygårdsgaten 5, 6. etg.
The International Metropolis 2013 Conference will be held in Tampere, Finland, from 9 to 13 September 2013.
If you are in Facebook, you can follow the updates here
The conference website will be updated soon.
Call for papers to special issue of an international peer-reviewed journal. Deadline: 20 October 2012.
For more information and submission of abstracts, contact the editors:
Sofia Gaspar and Joana Azevedo .
In recent years, lifestyle migration – or residential tourism – has emerged as an increasingly popular form of mobility, usually in relation to affluent citizens who have decided to move within or outside their country of origin in search of better quality of life. This special issue thus envisages exploring themes related to this social phenomenon, particularly in rural landscapes. While lifestyle migration has usually been studied in terms of retirement migration, particularly migration flows from Northern European citizens towards coastal resorts in Southern Europe, in this volume we want look to mobile citizens from other stages of the life course, such as young or middle-age migrants who have chosen to start a new life in the countryside.
Four ‘Early Bird’ articles have been published from the forthcoming Nordic Journal of Migration Research Vol. 2, Issue 3.
The European Commission-United Nations Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI) has launched a photo and video competition to promote the positive impact of migration on development.
In no more than a 10 minute video or one photograph, show us how migrants contribute to the development of both their own country and/or their host country. The first prize winner will receive a paid trip to attend the GFMD in Mauritius and all participants will enjoy visibility at the GFMD where a special area has been reserved for you.
Deadline : 1 November 2012.
NÅR SKJEBNEJOURNALISTIKKEN MØTER INNVANDRINGSPOLITIKKEN: OM MEDIAS FORMIDLING AV INNVANDRINGSSAKER
Dato: 4. oktober 2012, 10.00-12.00.
Sted: Justisdepartementet, R5, Akersgt. 59.
UTVISNING. HVORFOR BLIR UTENLANDSKE BORGERE UTVIST FRA NORGE?
UDIs frokostseminar. Påmelding innen 8. oktober til firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dato: 11. oktober, 08.00-10.00.
Sted: UDIs lokaler i Hausmannsgate 23, Oslo.
TEORIER OG POLITIKK: FORTELLINGER OM MULTIKULTURALISMENS DØD
Norsk Nettverk for Migrasjonsforskning og Nordic Migration Researchs årlige seminar.
Dato: 12. oktober, 12.00-15.30.
Sted: Borggata 2B, Oslo.
MULTICULTURALISM, THE 2012 GLOBAL DEBATE: STRENGTHENING INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS THROUGH THE ARTS, SPORTS, POLITICS AND THE ECONOMY
The 2012 Cultural Bridges in Germany Conference.
Date : 7-9 November 2012.
Venue : Berlin.
MINORITIES, NATIONS AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY. THE CHALLENGE OF NON-TERRITORIAL AUTONOMY
Date : 9-10 November 2012.
Venue : Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
TOLERANCE: THEORY AND PRAXIS IN INTERCULTURAL INTERACTION
NOFIK’s Annual Conference.
Date : 15-16 November.
Venue: Hotel Hordaheimen, Bergen.
DEN 18. NORDISKE KONFERANSEN FOR BEHANDLARAR SOM ARBEIDER MED TRAUMATISERTE FLYKTNINGAR
Mer informasjon om konferansen og innsending av papers blir publisert på nettsidene 1. okt.
Dato: 18.-20. april 2013.
NEW RELIGIOSITY IN MIGRATION
Deadline for submission of proposals : 5 October 2012.
Date : 27-30 May 2013.
Venue : Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
RACISM AND ANTI-RACISM THROUGH EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PRACTICE: AN INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE
Call for papers to International Conference. Submission deadline: 3 December 2012.
Date : 26 – 28 June 2013.
Venue : Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland, University of Edinburgh, UK.
MIGRATION AND IDENTITY
Call for papers to panel at the 7 th EuroSEAS Conference. Submission deadline: 30 November 2012. Abstracts should be sent directly to the panel organizers:
Mina Roces and Sofia Gaspar.
Date : 2-5 July 2013.
Venue : Lisbon, Portugal.
Bosma, Ulbe, Jan Lucassen and Gert Oostindie (eds.)(2012):Postcolonial Migrants and Identity Politics: Europe, Russia, Japan and the United States in Comparison. Berghahn Books.
Dawson, Grant and Sonia Farber (2012): Forcible Displacement Throughout the Ages: Towards and International Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Forcible Displacement. Brill.
Hayes, Anna (ed.) (2012): Cultures in Refuge: Seeking Sanctuary in Modern Australia. Ashgate.
Kraler, Albert, Kofman, Eleonore, Kohli, Martin and Schmoll, Camille (2012): Gender, Generations and the Family in International Migration . Amsterdam University Press.
Lancee, Bram (2012): Immigrant Performance in the Labour Market. Bonding and Bridging Social Capital. Amsterdam University Press.
Mahdavi, Mojtaba and W. Andy Knight (2012): Towards the Dignity of Difference? Neither ‘End of History’ nor ‘Clash of Civilizations’. Ashgate.
Rodríguez-García, Dan (ed.) (2012): Managing Immigration and Diversity in Canada: A Transatlantic Dialogue in the New Age of Migration. Queen’s Policy Studies Series #74. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Tavani, Claudia (2012): Collective Rights and the Cultural Identity of the Roma. A Case Study of Italy. Brill.
Øverland, Gwynyth Marshall (2012): Post traumatic survival: a study of Cambodian resilience. PhD dissertation, University of Agder.