CMR Seminars

 
Anyone who is interested in the topic of a seminar is very welcome to attend.
  • Forced migrants on the local labour markets

    May 19, 14:00-16:00  (CET) Dr Sara Bojarczuk , Dr Karolina Łukasiewicz Organisers: Migration Policies Research Unit  &  Socio-Cultural Research Unit, Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw Union of Polish Metropolises Embassy of Switzerland in Poland During the first two and a half months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24th 2022, almost  […]

  • Employers Associations and the Political Economy of Immigration Policy: Lobbying and Growth Model Considerations

    Please join us for a seminar on June 2, with professor Georg Menz

  • Webinar: Forced migration and education

    CMR webinar: Forced migration and education May 6, 14:00-16:00 (CET) Conveners: Dr Michał Nowosielski and Ewa Cichocka Organisers: Migration Policies Research Unit & Socio-Cultural Research Unit, Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw Unia Metropolii Miast Polskich , Embassy of Switzerland in Poland During the first two months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24th 2022, almost  5 million […]

  • Forced migration, (re)location and housing – webinar

    29.04.22; 14:00 – 16:00 Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24th 2022, almost  5 million people left the country. Polish cities, NGOs and ordinary residents has been facing an unprecedented challenge in Europe’s post-war history to address their needs. Large cities, and increasingly also small towns need to respond to the needs of a growing […]

  • Migration and cities managing the crisis

    In the three weeks since the Russian invasion of Ukraine started, almost 3  million people left the country and sought refuge mainly in Poland. Polish cities, NGOs and ordinary residents faced a challenge that is unprecedented in Europe’s post-war history. Large cities, and increasingly also small towns need to respond to the most immediate needs […]

  • Dynamics of East-West migration

    On 25 February 2022 at 10am OBM UW invites you to a presentation by Dr Sam Scott entitled Comparative Perspective on migration, precarity and horticultural work and Dr Franck Duvell entitled Forced migration in the global east: a neglected area?

  • Humanitarian crisis at the Polish-Belarusian frontier – Old and new diagnoses from external EU borders

    CMR WEBINAR, December 16-17, 2021, 15:00 – 16:30 (CET)

  • Scientific Seminar “Refugee integration in Poland. Can it be improved?”

      The Socio-Cultural Research  and the Migration Policies Research Units at the Centre of Migration Research of the University of Warsaw have the honour to invite you to Scientific Seminar “Refugee integration in Poland. Can it be improved?” which will be held on 9 November 2020 on ZOOM. The aim of this seminar is to present and discuss […]

  • What asylum and refugee policies do we want? New evidence from an analysis of public policy attitudes in eight European countries.

    What asylum and refugee policies do we want? New evidence from an analysis of public policy attitudes in eight European countries.   A lecture by Professor Martin Ruhs (Migration Policy Centre, the European University Institute, Florence) Source: youtube Date: 18 November 2019 The study, a first in its kind, found that Europeans are most likely […]

  • Czech Republic towards Immigration and Integration

    dr Agnieszka Zogata-Kusz (Palacký University Olomouc); “Czech Republic towards Immigration and Integration” date: 9.12.2019; 10.30-12.30 place:  ul. Pasteura 7, 1st floor, room 221 The language of the seminar is Polish

  • Trade unions and migrant workers in Europe in two periods: 1955 – 1993 and 1993-2015

    prof. Rinus Penninx (University of Amsterdam); “Trade unions and migrant workers in Europe in two periods: 1955 – 1993 and 1993-2015″ moderator/dyskutant: prof. UWr Patrycja Matusz datae: 4.12.2019, godzina 13:30-15:30 place:  ul. Pasteura 7, 1st floor, room 221

  • Lacking Interest Representation of Mobile Workers in the European Union: The Case of 24-Hour Care Workers in Austria and Germany

    Carina Kobler (Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies) Lacking Interest Representation of Mobile Workers in the European Union: The Case of 24-Hour Care Workers in Austria and Germany Date: 25.11.2019 10:00-12:00 Place: ul. Pasteura 7, 1st floor, room 221   seminarium 25.11.2019  

  • CMR UW Migration Seminars: Recent Advances in Theory and Research on Migration

    CMR UW Migration Seminars: Professor Martin Ruhs “What asylum and refugee policies do we want? New evidence from an analysis of public policy attitudes in eight European countries”