23 August 2021
The University of Toronto, Canada, has a new open rank tenured professor opening in the area of International Migration.
19 August 2021
At the 2021 IMISCOE annual conference, GenSeM organised two workshops bringing together scholars from different parts of the world, who are working on gender and migration, to reflect on how knowledge about gender and migration is produced and how it...
10 August 2021
Springer Edition Editors: Karolina Nikielska-SekulaAmandine Desille IMISCOE Research Series book series (IMIS) This open access book explores the use of visual methods in migration studies. It presents a practical use of various visual methods in...
Deadline: 22 August, 2021
On behalf of Prof. dr. Peter Scholten and dr. Asya Pisarevskaya (Erasmus University Rotterdam), we would like to invite you to participate in this Expert Survey “Key publications on migrant integration policies and practices” (link).
Deadline: 1 September 2021
The newly established IMISCOE PhD Academy aims to provide targeted migration research specific training and networking opportunities for PhD students within the broad field of migration studies.
The Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA), a unit of Spain’s Research Council (CSIC) located in Córdoba, is looking to hire a highly qualified post-doctoral researcher (maximum 5 years since obtaining PhD). The three-year contract is financed by...
Deadline: 31.07 and 10.08 (23:59)
The Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw is recruiting a PhD student (application deadline: 31.07) and a post-doc (deadline: 10.08) in prof. Marek Okólski’s project "Employer interests as an underrated factor in labour migration – an...
21 July 2021
The 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference will be held in Oslo, Norway - June 29 - July 1, 2022
Deadline: 1 August 2021
International conference hosted by the University of Sussex on behalf of the H2020 MIRNet consortium (Migration and Integration Research and Networking), 15–16 November
21 July 2021
The Research Social Platform on Migration and Asylum (ReSOMA) is IMISCOE’s evidence-based platform fostering sustained, regular policy dialogue between European stakeholders and researchers and facilitating evidence-based policymaking.