The newest CMR Spotlight is out!
Home is where the cats are? Read the September issue of CMR Spotlight to find out how Polish multiple migrants perceive the idea of homemore
Brief analysis of the recent Polish diaspora policy by W. Nowak and M. Nowosielski packed in the 3rd issue of the CMR Spotlight.
The second issue of our newly established newsletter series has just been published.
IMISCOE Spring Conference: Transforming Mobility and Immobility: Brexit and Beyond 28-29 March 2019, Sheffield, UK
We are pleased to announce that the first issue of CMR Spotlight series has just been published.
Warsaw School of Economics invites for a conference organized in the framework of Jean Monnet Module EUMIGRO project devoted to migration and refugee crisis issues.
IMISCOE Spring Conference, 1-2 March 2018, Warsaw.
Conference in Barcelona, 2-4 of July 2018. Abstract submission deadline: 10th of December 2017.
Call for papers: Violence Embedded in Return Migration
The Prime Minister Prize for one of the best PhD theses defended in 2016 has been awarded to Dr Agnieszka Radziwinowicz.
CMR is organizing seminar with Prof. Rinus Penninx, who will give the lecture entitled: Old wine in new bottles? Comparing the post-war guest worker migration and the post 1989 migration from CEE-countries to EU-member countries.
MICaRD, CMR, EUROREG and ISS joint conference initiative: abstract submission deadline July 3rd, 2017!
An interview with Dr. Marta Kindler and Dr. Olena Fedyuk on their recently published edited volume ‘Ukrainian Migration to the European Union: Lessons from Migration Studies (IMISCOE Research Series)’ is available now on youtube. Watch, listen and enjoy! The book is in open access.
the MIG/AGEING conference is waiting for abstract submissions till Feb 13th
IMINTEG has launched its webiste.
On January 19-20th 2015′ in the Tyszkiewicz-Potocki Palace (the main campus of the University of Warsaw) the conference “Social remittances and social change in Central Europe” took place.
The conference will summarise the first decade of the post-accession mobility of Poles.