Conference: Towards the IMISCOE Research Infrastructure of the Future IMISCOE meets CrossMigration 29 – 30 November 2018, Rotterdam

02 October 2018

This conference aims to rethink IMISCOE’s research infrastructure in the light of broader developments in the field of migration studies.

What new topics of research should be promoted by IMISCOE, what impetus can be given to the role of Standing Committees in the network in and in the field of research at large, and what synergies can be established between the activities of current Standing Committees? An effort to promote systematic knowledge accumulation in migration studies (IMISCOE’s H2020 project CrossMigration) can provide support to developing IMISCOE’s research infrastructure of the future.

Please register for participation before October 15th, through this link:
https://goo.gl/forms/CiiYiq0XM5O8EQoP2

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