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The German daily newspaper Der Tagesspieg published statistics on foreign doctors in Germany. Most foreign physicians are Romanians, while at the [...]
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The European Union's decision granting visa liberalization for Ukraine has been published in the EU's official journal, paving the way for the [...]
The Council of Europe has adopted the Action Plan on Protecting Refugee and Migrant Children in Europe (2017-2019)
On 19 May 2017 in Nicosia, Cyprus, during the 127th Session of the Committee of Ministers, 47 European states adopted an Action Plan on protecting [...]
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung România vă invită la o dezbatere despre modalitățile prin care sindicatele germane sprijină lucrătorii români din Germania [...]
ENAR’s Report: Racism plays a key role in migrants’ exclusion and violations of rights in the European Union
Anti-migrant political discourses and exclusionary migration policies are having a disproportionate impact on racialised migrants, according to a new [...]
The Department of International Relations and European Integration from the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration [...]
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GRITIM-UPF - an Interdisciplinary Research Group on Immigration at the department of political and social sciences at Universitat Pompeu Fabra [...]
RoMig – the Romanian Network for Migration Studies launches a call for papers for the 1st edition of its Annual Conference "Migration from and [...]
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The Department of Humanities of the Partium Christian University, in partnership with the Department of Sociology and Social Work of the University [...]
Taking the ‘crisis’ out of migration: integration in the EU
Risk of school segregation, discrimination and restrictions to political participation can form insurmountable barriers to the integration of [...]
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7th-8th of July, 2017 Centre for Population Studies Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania  [...]
The event is part of the seminar series Migration in a Global Perspective hosted by The University of Bucharest Research Institute – Social Sciences [...]
Applications are invited for scholarships to work at post-doctoral level as part of the HOMInG –The Home-Migration Nexus Project (Dpt. of Sociology [...]
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The Migration Policy Centre at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute and the Department of Politics at [...]
Asylum seekers and migrants face various forms of violence and harassment across the European Union (EU). As this month’s EU Agency for Fundamental [...]
The European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) is seeking proposals for “protecting access to rights for mobile EU citizens” [...]
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The University of Bucharest Research Institute – Social Sciences Division hosts a weekly Advanced Research Seminar on migration. The purpose of [...]
The European University Institute has a vacancy for a Research Fellow in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies - Migration Policy Centre [...]
WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc. - Great Lakes Consortium for International Training and Development in Collaboration with C.E.G.A. Foundation [...]
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Erasmus University Rotterdam will host the 2017 IMISCOE annual conference. The conference will focus on the urban dimension of migration & diversity, [...]
The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women is currently looking for qualified candidates for different [...]
Deadline: 13 December 2016 The European Union (EU) is currently seeking applications for its programme titled “Support capacity building on rights [...]
On 10 August 2016, the Bulgarian government adopted a Regulation on the terms and conditions of making, implementing and terminating the agreement [...]
A 2,000 strong volunteer sea rescue team, credited with saving thousands of lives during the 2015 refugee crisis, and a passionate human rights [...]
The Romanian Association of Young Scholars (RAYS) is organizing the second edition of the International Interdisciplinary Doctoral Conference (IIDC [...]
”M-Care - Mobilizing Migrant Communities via Capacity and Access Resource Development” is a training programme that is jointly organised by the [...]
ESA Research Network 35 "Sociology of Migration" is holding this week its third mid-term conference in Bucharest, from 1 to 2 September 2016. The [...]
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The Association of Academies and Societies of Sciences in Asia (AASSA) and The Turkish Academy of Sciences (TUBA) are organizing between 20 and 23 of [...]
At the end of June 2016 the General Inspectorate for Immigration published a revision of the project selection calendar for implementing actions in [...]
Allowing refugees and asylum seekers to work in their host countries not only helps to restore their human dignity, but also reduces strain on public [...]
Third country physicians holders of the EU Blue Card could practice their profession in Romania, according to a draft Emergency Ordinance (GEO) to [...]
The Academy of European Law based in Trier (ERA) will organize the Annual Conference on European Asylum Law 2016, in Trier (Germany) 20-21 October [...]
We discussed with Rodica Novac, the president of Conect association, about the funding of nongovernmental organizations which are working directly [...]
The European Commission presented on 7th of June an Action Plan to support Member States in the integration of third-country nationals and their [...]
World Vision Foundation Romania, as beneficiary, together with its implementing partners: Novapolis Association - Center for Analysis and Initiatives [...]
The European University Institute has a vacancy for two Research Assistants in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. Length of contract: [...]
The Odysseus Academic Network is accepting applications from refugees to attend the 16th edition of its Summer School on European Immigration and [...]
Last year persecution, conflict and poverty have driven more than one million people to seek salvation in Europe, after risking their lives across [...]
The National School of Political Studies and Public Administration in Bucharest (SNSPA), through its Department for International Relations and [...]
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The third edition of the international conference Migration Dynamics and New Trends in European (In)Security, within the Jean Monnet Module European [...]
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According to a recently adopted Decision, asylum seekers will be granted material aid consisting of 16 RON/day for food and daily allowance, as well [...]
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When: 16-18 Mai 2016 Where: SNSPA headquarters, 30A Expoziției Boulevard, sector 1, Bucharest This Conference intends to raise awareness upon the [...]
Two positions as Doctoral Research Fellows (SKO 1017) in "Symbolic nation-building in Eastern Europe" are available at the Department of Literature, [...]
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The MiReKoc International Summer School of 2016 will be focusing on the discussions around forced migration and its challenges. The Summer School [...]
Erasmus Graduate School of Law (EGSL) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, announces the second Edition of the ESL Junior Fellowship. The Junior [...]
The Laboratory ”Violence and Crime. Mediation and Prevention" - Institute of Sociology, Romanian Academy and the Faculty of Sociology and Social [...]
A report published on Tuesday 29 March by Oxfam humanitarian organisation criticises rich countries for having resettled only 1.39% of the 4.8 [...]
On 16 March 2016 the European Commission published the first report on the application of the temporary emergency relocation schemes for refugees and [...]
The Centre for Intercultural Research and Communication (Centrul de Cercetare şi Comunicare Interculturală - CCCI) recruits a volunteer junior [...]
The National School of Political Science and Public Administration in Bucharest (SNSPA) opens a new vacancy of expert within the Centre for Migration. [...]
In its 13th issue of March 2016 the Political Art Gazette aims to investigate the relationship between migration and the precarious living [...]
The Romanian government has openly expressed its position against the binding quotas for the distribution of refugees within the European Union. [...]
Before a meeting of heads of state or government of the European Union (EU) with Turkey on 7 March in Brussels, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has [...]
On Monday 29 February 2016 the General Council of the Bucharest Municipality (CGMB) approved the establishment of the Department for "Integration of [...]
More than 131,000 immigrants arrived in Europe crossing the Mediterranean in January and February this year, announced Adrian Edwards, spokesman of [...]
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The Odysseus Academic Network (OAN) will hold a conference on ‘Solidarity between Member States in the EU policies on Asylum and Borders’ in [...]
Florence, 27th June – 8th July 2016 The Migration Policy Centre is now taking applications for the 2016 edition of the Migration Summer [...]
The European Commission launched the Urban Innovative Actions (UIA) programme to fund innovative actions in the field of urban development, through [...]
New statistics on poverty and social exclusion in the European Union were published by Eurostat in January 2016. Data were collected between 2013 – [...]
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS The Research and Information Center on Immigrant Integration (CDCDI) of the Romanian Association for Health Promotion (ARPS), [...]
The 13th Annual Conference of IMISCOE Network (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe) will take place at Charles [...]
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Philipp Schnell, Rosita Fibbi, Maurice Crul and Martha Montero-Sieburth have analysed a series of article related to family involvement and education [...]
Natalia Banulescu-Bogdan and Susan Fratzke answered a series of relevant questions related to migration in the article ‘Europe’s Migration Crisis in [...]
“The entire discussion about how to handle the refugee crisis in Europe is based on the wrong concept. The current mind-set is how to handle a [...]
For a person residing abroad, the reunion with the family members (spouses, partners, children, parents…) might be one of the best news she/he could [...]
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The Migration Policy Centre, in collaboration with the European University Institute’s Forum on Migration, Citizenship and Demography (EUI’s Forum) [...]
The program Capacity Building for NGOs working with Refugee Communities funded by U.S. Department of State supports organizations and institutions in [...]
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The International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM) is receiving papers for the ‘Conference IASFM 16: Rethinking Forced Migration [...]
The University Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona, in Spain, is offering an International Master Degree in Immigration Studies, totally taught in [...]
Mișcarea No Hate Speech, o campanie a tinerilor inițiată și coordonată de Consiliul Europei, intenționează să strângă 10.000 de semnături pentru [...]
Philipp Schnell, Rosita Fibbi, Maurice Crul and Martha Montero-Sieburth have analysed a series of article related to family involvement and education [...]
Natalia Banulescu-Bogdan and Susan Fratzke answered a series of relevant questions related to migration in the article ‘Europe’s Migration Crisis in [...]
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The Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society (COMPAS), a research centre within the University of Oxford, is seeking to appoint a researcher, [...]
FutureLab Europe, a project run by the European Alliance for Democratic Citizenship, is trying to take action for a democratic and sustainable [...]
“The entire discussion about how to handle the refugee crisis in Europe is based on the wrong concept. The current mind-set is how to handle a [...]
The Department of Sociology of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research are seeking a research [...]
For a person residing abroad, the reunion with the family members (spouses, partners, children, parents…) might be one of the best news she/he could [...]
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Salome Japiashvili is a Georgian economist who moved to Bucharest a year ago. She wrote a revealing story about this past year.  [...]
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Români și migranți spun deopotrivă: SALUT – Suntem Acasă în Locul Unde Trăim !
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The stories of immigrants who come to Romania seeking a new home can easily become film subjects. Some are sad stories, others, on the contrary, have [...]
We recommend the following reports and guidelines recently published by organizations and research centers in the field of migration: [...]
Immigrant Integration Barometer, 2015 edition
The Immigrant Integration Barometer, 2015 edition, prepared within the project "Research and Information Centre on Immigrant Integration", was [...]
Hungary has recently decided to fence off the border with Serbia following the flow of illegal immigrants, by building a 4 m high fence along the [...]
Migration Research Center at Koç University (MiReKoc) in Istanbul, Turkey invites applications for a post-doctoral researcher position beginning [...]
The wars in Syria and Iraq and the armed conflicts, human right abuses and the worsening of humanitarian and security conditions in other countries [...]
On 21 September 2015 IMISCOE will organise the seminar "Inclusion of immigrants in the cultural policy mainstream" at the History Museum in [...]
În ultimii ani, în România se discută din ce în ce mai des despre lipsa personalului medical calificat în spitalele de stat. Se discută, se avansează [...]
The Romanian Association for Health Promotion (ARPS) hires a part-time campaign officer (2 hours/day), for 7 months (starting 1 July 2015), within [...]
The World Refugee Day is celebrated each year on 20 June, since 2001. This year the Scheherazade Foundation, in a partnership with the General [...]
Pedro Calado, the High Commissioner for Migration, defends the adoption of "very active" migration policies to facilitate the labour integration of [...]
The recent billboards posted by the Government in Hungary, with messages warning refugees not to steal locals' jobs, raised the concern of [...]
Turkey now hosts the largest community of Syrians displaced by the conflict in their country. According to United Nations estimates, the Syrian [...]
The 15th International Conference in migration, "Migration and Gender", will be held in Luxembourg between 18-20 June 2015. The event is organised by [...]
Migration Policy Group (MPG) announces a fixed term vacancy (5 months, for the maternity leave duration) for the position of Legal Policy Analyst in [...]
The Immigration Research Group of Pompeu Fabra University - GRITIM-UPF is interested in participating as a host centre in the following actions: [...]
This year's edition of the "Namaste India" Festival will be held at the "Dimitrie Gusti" National Village Museum and the National Peasant Museum in [...]
The Croatian Association for Law and Economics - CALE will organise an international seminar in Zagreb between 1 - 3 July 2015 on “Examining the [...]
“Corridor Report on Poland: the case of Ukrainian and Russian immigrants”, by Magdalena Lesińska from the Centre of Migration Research at the [...]
Sweden is one of the few countries without integration requirements to become a citizen. For example, there are no income requirements nor language [...]
The new regulations on the employment of foreigners in Poland came into force in May 2015. These refer to: the Regulation of the Minister of Labour [...]
A study performed by the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research (BIM) at Humboldt University focused on the volunteers involved in [...]
Estonian Ministry of Economics and Communications has approved a nation wide action plan for the attraction of foreign talents, for years 2015-2016. [...]
The third edition of the Sociology Forum organized by International Sociological Association, with the theme "The Futures We Want: Global Sociology [...]
Between 15 – 16 October 2015, the University of Malmö will organize the international workshop on "Return migration, circular migration and social [...]
At the end of last month ICAR Foundation and their Norwegian partner RVTS Vest organised the press conference "Northern Models of Approaching Migrant [...]
The wars in Syria and Iraq and the armed conflicts, human right abuses and the worsening of humanitarian and security conditions in other countries [...]
The European Council had an emergency meeting last week, after the shipwreck of two ships in the Mediterranean Sea led to the death of about 1,400 [...]
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has recently launched the report “Iraqi Returnees from Syria Following the 2011 Crisis” which [...]
The conference "Patterns of Integration of Old and New Minorities in a Europe of Complex Diversity" will be held between 7 - 9 October 2015 at [...]
Camelia Doru, ICAR Foundation:
Dr. Camelia Doru, an anaesthesiologist by profession, is the president of ICAR Foundation which she established more than twenty years ago to provide [...]
The report “Not Adding Up: The Fading Promise of Europe's Dublin System”, published by Susan Fratzke within Migration Policy Institute (MPI), looks [...]
On 21 September 2015 IMISCOE will organise in Barcelona the seminar "Inclusion of immigrants in the cultural policy mainstream". The event aims to [...]
The European Commission has awarded the contract for the European network of legal experts in gender equality and non-discrimination to the [...]
The Master in Immigration Studies of Pompeu Fabra University obtained the renewal of the official accreditation by the Spanish Ministry of Education. [...]
The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) announced their event programme for this year. ICD organizes international conferences as well as [...]
The first issue of the third volume of Migration Studies journal was issued in March 2015. The topics covered in this edition’s articles include: [...]
On 31 March 2015 the Association for the Protection of Rights and Social Integration (Asociaţia pentru Apărarea Drepturilor şi Integrare Socială - [...]
Migration Policy Centre (MPC) posted on their website the latest reports, which can be consulted in the openAccess system.  [...]
We recommend the following reports and guidelines recently published by organizations and research centers in the field of migration: [...]
The international study MIPEX III, published in 2011, placed Romania as the last of the 31 states analysed with respect to immigrants' political [...]
Bogdan Voicu, sociologist at ICCV:
Bogdan Voicu is a sociologist and he performs his activity at the Research Institute for the Quality of Life within the Romanian Academy, being also [...]
The 11th edition of the Migration Policy Centre's summer school - “Multiple Approaches to Migration: Challenges at Origin and Destination” - will be [...]
The Romanian Association for International Relations and European Studies (ARRISE - ECSA Romania) and the Centre for European Studies on Human [...]
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Czech Republic annually offers scholarships to foreign nationals, based on bilateral [...]
The Frontexit campaign organisations demand immediate measures to interrupt Frontex's maritime operations, which they consider partly responsible for [...]
The Romanian Association for Health Promotion, in a partnership with Societatea Academică din România (the Romanian Academic Society) and Consiliul [...]
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The United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP) plans to introduce compulsory health insurance for immigrants during their first five years of stay in [...]
Increased cooperation between origin and destination countries through programmes developed prior to immigrants' departure from their countries of [...]
The site http://www.migrant-participation.eu/, launched by a network of NGOs in Central and Eastern Europe and Spain, aims to offer an overall [...]
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) published a guideline for governmental officials on counselling for migrants and [...]
The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), with its headquarters in Vienna, is looking for a person for the position of [...]
The Migration Policy Centre at the European University Institute (EUI) and the European Training Foundation (ETF) are partners in the MISMES project [...]
Organisations such as MoveOn, Campact and 38 degrees help millions of people to make their voices heard. In a world which tends to be more [...]
In December last year the Swedish Parliament voted the economic framework for expenditures and revenue in the 2015 budget. For integration and gender [...]
The article „Tradable Refugee-admission Quotas: A Policy Proposal to Reform the EU Asylum policy”, written by Hillel Rapoport and published on the [...]
UNHCR’s new "Mid-Year Trends 2014" recently published report shows that for the first time in history Syrians have become the largest refugee [...]
The Department of International Relations and the Department of Sociology at the Koç University in Istanbul would like to invite applicants to two [...]
Migration Policy Group (MPG) will be involved in a new project “National Integration Evaluation Mechanism: Measuring and improving integration of [...]
The 2013 country reports on measures to combat discrimination were prepared for the European Network of Legal Experts in the area of [...]
SC Quando Project Consult S.R.L. in a partnership with the Association for Woman Promotion in Romania (Asociaţia pentru Promovarea Femeii din [...]
A study written by Chantal Brutel, recently published on the National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) website, addresses the [...]
The Oxford University Department of International Development organizes the International Summer School in Forced Migration between 6 - 24 July 2015; [...]
The Bucharest City Hall, a partner in the European DELI project (Diversity in the Economy and Local Integration) coordinated by the Council of Europe [...]
In the context of population ageing and a modest economic growth, few European governments make sufficient efforts to support migrants' occupational [...]
Indian cardiologist, jobless in Romania
When you meet Hanna Mohammad Babar, you have the feeling you've met a "Bollywood" star. He is presentable, speaks English and Romanian fluently and [...]
Lack of knowledge on the language of their host country is an obstacle to migrant children's ability to understand and follow the classroom lessons, [...]
In November 2014 the European Parliament (EP) adopted three resolutions on human rights: the first appeals to the Pakistani government to revise the [...]
Please note that the deadline for abstract submission to the 2nd CDCDI International Conference: "Challenges Ahead: Integration of Migrants on the [...]
The paper “Enhancing EU Education Policy: Building a Framework to Help Young People of Migrant Background Succeed” highlights once more the [...]
In November 2014 the United Nations Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) launched the global campaign "I belong", which aims to solve the issue of [...]
In the last decades European states developed increasingly selective admission policies for migrants. Thus the migrants’ education, skills and [...]
COMMUNICATION for Integration (C4I), a project co-financed from the European Integration Fund, aims to fight prejudices, rumours and stereotypes by [...]
The 5th edition of the Master programme in Migration Law will start at the University of Bergamo in February 2015, as a programme organized in [...]
Although multinational companies worldwide already apply mentoring and coaching programmes successfully, such programmes are relatively new in the [...]
We recommend the following reports and guidelines recently published by organizations and research centers in the field of migration: [...]
A seminar was held in Bucharest at the beginning of December within the project "Migrant in Intercultural Romania", now at its third stage (July 2014 [...]
The Arab language lecturer who
Ahmed Rashidi Hassan is an assistant professor of Arabic language and culture at West University in Timişoara and a teacher at the Arab School and [...]
The 3rd issue of the second volume of Migration Studies magazine was released in November 2014. The articles in this edition cover topics such as: [...]
International Centre for Migration Policy Development receives applications for the position of Project Assistant for the project Integrated Border [...]
Global Detention Project (GDP) was relaunched as an independent non-profit research centre, after having operated for eight years within the Graduate [...]
Ordinance 25/2014 on the employment and secondment of aliens in Romania, effective as of 28 November 2014, amends the access conditions of aliens to [...]
The Egyptian gynaecologist who fell in love with Romania and Romanian women
Mohamed Daoud is 45 years old, but neither his age nor his origins are visible. One can guess by his accent that he comes from the Arab world. He is [...]
The University of Bucharest launches the competition for a number of 4 post-doctoral scholarships worth 10.000 euros each. The duration of the [...]
At least 24 clandestine immigrants died at the beginning of November trying to get to Romania. The ship with 40 Afghani and Syrian immigrants upset [...]
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Foreign citizens who came to Romania for studies will benefit from facilities for accessing the labour market, once the Emergency Ordinance 25/2014 [...]
Widespread violence in the Central African Republic in the last two months generated a massive displacement of vulnerable persons around Bangui, [...]
CONtrol of DeTENTION (CONTENTION) is a project co-financed by the European Return Fund and developed in a partnership between European Migration [...]
For a Moroccan pharmacist, Romania is like his wife, he chose her because she charmed him!
Amjad Alaoui Soulimani, pharmacist, originating from Morocco, opened a pharmacy in a Romanian village together with a Romanian colleague, more [...]
Romanians and Mexicans have something in common: telenovelas
I met Nidia Galicia in Cluj, at the course for journalists organised between 30 October - 1 November 2014 by Institutul Intercultural (Intercultural [...]
The EU CEDEFOP agency (the European Centre for the Development of Professional Training) of Thessaloniki, Greece has recently published the study [...]
On Thursday 13 November 2014, at 15.30, a debate will be held at the School of Sociology - Academy House, 13 Septembrie St. no. 13, 4th Floor, [...]
The difficult case of refugees from Syria and Iraq was addressed in a hearing of the human rights sub-commission in the European Parliament, in [...]
The Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies (University of Neuchâtel) and the Institute for Demographic and Life Courses Studies (University [...]
The Ministry of Education in Italy has recently established, through a special decree, the National Observatory for the integration of foreign [...]
The article summarizes the main European evolutions over the last year in the field of migration and asylum, as well as the labour market trends [...]
The Federal Council of Germany adopted in last month's plenary session a bill allowing dual citizenship for young immigrants born in Germany. [...]
The international project Diaspora Link is financed by the European Commission within the framework programme Horizon 2020 - Research and Innovation, [...]
The International Conference Metropolis will be held in Milan between 3-7 November 2014, with the subject “Migration: Energy for the Planet. Feeding [...]
Migration Policy Institute (MPI) launched in September 2014 a report called „Smart Inclusive Cities: How New Apps, Big Data, and Collaborative [...]
The International Conference on Non-discrimination and Equal Opportunities - NEDES 2014, with the theme “Exercising the right to non-discrimination [...]
Between 1 – 31 October 2014 Sage Online Publications offers free access to the whole data base. [...]
Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) and Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (HWK) provide an international researcher mobility [...]
The Romanian Association for International Cooperation and Development (ARCADIA) organizes a training session on: Introduction in the management of [...]
The international closing conference for the project RESTORE Health of Migrants, funded through the framework project 7 (FP7) will be held in [...]
The article „Visas for Entrepreneurs: How Countries are Seeking Out Immigrant Job Creators”, signed by Madeleine Sumtion and published by Migration [...]
Finland's Ministry of the Interior announced that they would explore the possibility of tightening citizenship eligibility criteria or forbidding [...]
The Department of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston announces a new PhD Program in the Department of Sociology, specialised in [...]
Bernard Cazeneuve, French Minister of the Interior, signed a decree last month comprising various measures to facilitate the access and promotion of [...]
In Denmark the subject of immigrant integration has been highly politicized and has been decisive for the elections result. Denmark was among the [...]
The Swedish government plans to decentralise Swedish language courses for immigrants, proposing that these courses get taken over by local [...]
During the first eight months of 2014 policemen within the Immigration Department of the Bucharest Municipality issued work permits for 630 foreign [...]
Whereas last year UNHCR granted the Nansen Refugee Award to Nun Angelique Namaika, this year's winner is the Columbian organisation Red Mariposas de [...]
At the Greek-Turkish border the European Agency for controlling the external borders, Frontex, prevents persons in need of international protection [...]
The report „Advancing outcomes for all minorities: experiences of mainstreaming immigrant integration policy in the United Kingdom”, prepared by [...]
Although fragmented over several levels of government with a low degree of coordination, integration policy in Germany has made progress over the [...]
In France migrants are one of the population categories targeted by the general social programmes and policies, in accordance to the equal treatment [...]
The fourth annual report in the "Immigrants in the Italian labour market" series has recently been presented to the media by the General Direction [...]
Eurostat has recently published the indicators for migrant integration in the labour market. Data are broken down by citizenship and country of [...]
The Migration Policy Centre (MPC) and Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies are looking for a full-time research assistant. The Research [...]
50 years after the arrival of the first Moroccan workers in Belgium, the Federal Centre for Migration and the Research Centre in Demography and [...]
Ireland has recently published the 2013 annual report on integration monitoring. The authors of the study - Frances McGinnity, Emma Quinn, [...]
The French Government has recently revealed their reform plans in the field of asylum and migration, by introducing two draft bills to the Cabinet of [...]
More than 18,000 Vietnamese citizens migrate annually in order to conclude international marriages of convenience, through illegal brokers. The [...]
UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced in an article in The Telegraph that strict measures would be taken as regards benefits for immigrants.  [...]
A special edition of the 2nd Volume of Migration Studies magazine was issued in July this year, called „Attitudes to Immigrants in Turbulent Times”. [...]
A new report, "Giving Cities and Regions a Voice in Immigration Policy: Can National Policies Meet Local Demand?", has recently been published by the [...]
Turkey shifted from the status of emigration and transit country to the status of destination country for immigrants and refuge for the civil [...]
The Migration Policy Centre and the Gulf Research Center have published the first 2014 research paper in the Gulf Labour Markets and Migration (GLMM) [...]
Professor Philippe Fargues, Director of the Migration Policy Centre (MPC) within the European University Institute in Florence, has recently [...]
The Migration Policy Centre (MPC) has recently published the best essays of participants in the Migration Summer School 2013.  [...]
"Woman Alone – the Fight for Survival by Syrian Refugee Women" is a new report of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), based on the testimony [...]
The United Nations Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) published a report revealing that the number of refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced [...]
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is calling for humanitarian corridors for the displaced Iraqis who fled fighting in the northern [...]
The Migration Policy Institute Europe (MPI) and the International Migration Initiative of the Open Society Foundations support the European asylum [...]
Cecilia Malmström, the EU's Home Affairs Commissioner, recently declared that no new funds will be allocated to help Italy cope with its current [...]
Felix Braz, Justice Minister of Luxembourg, has recently announced that two referendums will be organised - one in 2015, the other one in 2016 - [...]
A broad majority of the Danish parliament supported law change approving dual citizenship. The new law, which will come into force in the summer of [...]
Tougher residency requirements for entitlement to child benefit and other welfare payments were included in a new Irish draft legislation regarding [...]
The language barrier is the first obstacle faced by foreign students who come to study in Romania. But not the only one. They also face other [...]
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Modood, T., Triandafyllidou, A., Zapata Barrero, R. - Multiculturalism, Muslims and Citizenship. A European Approach, London: Routledge, 2014 [...]
ICIMHS 2014: International Conference on International Migration and Human Security 30 – 31 July 2014 - Zurich, [...]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Office for Middle East and North Africa has recently provided an update on the situation of [...]
The European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) through the European Policy Centre (EPC) launched in June the "EPC Policy Update for the [...]
Review of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization report (2005) Guidelines for inclusion: Ensuring access to Education [...]
According to recent estimates by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the number of internally displaced persons following the [...]
The University of Warsaw has a vacancy of researcher within the TRANSMIC project - "Migration as a Translocal Process in EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood". [...]
On the World Refugee Day UNHCR launches the campaign
On 20 June, on the occasion of the World Refugee Day, UNHCR celebrates the courage and resistance of the more than 40 million people forced to [...]
The 2000s saw a significant increase in the foreign-born working-age population in the United Kingdom, in part because of the decision to forgo [...]
The Association for Organisation Development – SAH ROM has recently launched a leaflet with information on the rights and obligations of aliens in [...]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Representation in Romania seeks a candidate to fill the position of Community Services [...]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Representation in Romania launched the call for proposals for a pilot project on assisting [...]
The Department of Political and Social Sciences of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona) in partnership with the Institute for Human and Social [...]
Switzerland announced at the beginning of this month that it cancelled the labour market restrictions for 25 EU states but they maintain the limits [...]
The Human Rights Education Association (HREA) offers in 2014 a series of e-learning courses and training workshops for human rights and media [...]
ICAR Foundation launched the Resource and Service Centre for Migrants which will provide health care and psychological counselling services to [...]
The final report on "Feasibility Study on the Labour Market Trajectories of Regularised Immigrants within the European Union (REGANE I)", funded by [...]
The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) together with the Research Institute of the Red Cross published a framework [...]
The research report "Traiectoria tinerilor basarabeni veniţi la studii în România – între mit şi realitate" ("The pathway of young Moldavians who [...]
The European Commission published the final report on the modules on migrant integration in February. The modules are essentially good practices [...]
The Budapest Process is a consultative forum with over 50 governments and international organisations in Eastern Europe - Asia region, established at [...]
The report "Slow Motion: The Labor Market Integration of New Immigrants in France", published in May 2014, aimed to assess labour market results of [...]
The Department of Social Anthropology and History of the University of the Aegean and the Institute of Migration and Ethnic Studies of the University [...]
Alterstice magazine - Revue Internationale de la Recherche Interculturelle - will dedicate a special number to the paternal commitment in the context [...]
The United Nations (UN) raised their concern on the changes adopted by the Government of Spain in 2012, reducing access to the public health system [...]
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has condemned in the strongest terms the attack on the relocation convoy in the North-Eastern [...]
Migration Policy Centre (MPC) within the European University Institute (EUI) is urgently looking for collaborators for a fixed term contract in [...]
The Ukrainian government should take urgent measures to counter disinformation, propaganda and incitement to hatred, in order to mitigate the [...]
The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) in Wien launched at the end of March 2014 the final report "Feasibility Study on [...]
The second volume of the Migration Studies journal was issued in March 2014 within the Oxford Journals series. The magazine brings together various [...]
Citizens of the Republic of Moldova will be able to travel to the Schengen Area without a visa as of 28 April. According to Mediafax news agency, the [...]
The number of asylum applications for industrialized countries grew over the last years, as shown by the United Nations High Commissioner for [...]
In addition to non-essential amendments related to terminology, such as defining the ”form of protection” as temporary protection and international [...]
The Romanian Office of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), in partnership with the Romanian Forum for Refugees and Migrants (ARCA) [...]
On 7 April the General Inspectorate for Immigration (IGI) celebrated 133 years since the documentary evidence of the first legal act regulating the [...]
The 11th annual IMISCOE conference (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion) will be held this year between 27 - 29 august. [...]
The United Nations 2013 World Youth Report offers a broad understanding of the situation of young migrants from the perspective of young migrants [...]
Oana Ciobanu:
Rezultatele referendumului din 9 februarie din Elveția au pus pe jar întreaga Europă. Elvețienii au votat cu o majoritate de 50,3% pentru [...]
Oana Ciobanu:
Oana Ciobanu is a researcher at the University of Applied Sciences in Western Switzerland and the University of Geneva, being particularly concerned [...]
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) believes that immigrants could be the key to success in the fight against tuberculosis (TB). The [...]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) - Romanian office has an open position of researcher for the study "Statelessness in [...]
Turkey, which is currently one of the main entry routes for illegal immigrants to the EU, signed in December 2013 the readmission agreement for [...]
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) launched the new Protection Manual on 18 March 2014. The Manual is representative for UNHCR’s policies [...]
Today’s condition of migrants and refugees is a matter of interest for artists as well, as shown by theatre plays, films and photo exhibitions on [...]
A report has recently been published within the series of publications of INTERACT project - Researching Third Country Nationals’ Integration as a [...]
The results of the referendum held on 9 February in Switzerland, when 50.5% of participants voted for the reintroduction of immigration quotas, with [...]
15th June, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Call for Papers The Romanian Association for International Cooperation and Development - ARCADIA in [...]
There is apparently a strong relationship between research and policy. Politicians promote in their discourse the need for a scientific basis for [...]
The INTERACT project report was launched at the end of 2013, called "The political participation of immigrants in host countries: An interpretative [...]
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) of the United Kingdom revises its population projections every two years. The projections for 2012-2014 have [...]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and IKEA company aim to improve refugees' lives in special camps, through their worldwide [...]
Migration Policy Centre (MPC) together with Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies within the European University Institute in Florence are [...]
The Migration Policy Centre (MPC) and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) presented the paper "Ageing of skills and complementary [...]
Starting 1 February 2014 the holders of long-stay visas or stay permits issued by Schengen Area member states will no longer require a short stay [...]
The 2nd, 3rd and 4th year law students who are passionate about Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, have the opportunity to participate in a national [...]
The European Commission issued a new call for project proposals on citizenship and fundamental rights. This call is targeted at EU citizens, third [...]
Publishing opportunities: The Journal of Community Positive Practices, issue no. 1/2014 (volume XIV), on "Social-Economic challenges of Immigration" [...]
EU countries will have to allocate more funds to improve their asylum systems and the integration of migrants, shows a press release of the European [...]
As of July 1, 2014, Sweden will adopt a new legislative measure whereby immigrants who unjustifiably refuse a job offer, despite participating in the [...]
Migration Policy Group (MPG) developed for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Budapest an instrument to assess refugee integration [...]
Terre des Hommes Foundation is looking for an expert in researching measures to fight children trafficking. The research looks at the procedures for [...]
The expert would work in a project developed by the Ministry of Labour, which aims to assess the information needs of Romanian citizens who emigrate [...]
Verkuyten, M. and Martinovic, B. (2012), Immigrants’ National Identification: Meanings, Determinants, and ConsequencesSocial Issues and Policy [...]
More than 2200 Third Country Nationals Counselled by IOM and Apel over 16 Months
The project "National Coordination of Third Country National (TCN) Integration in Romania", developed by the International Organisation for Migration [...]
What migration flows look like nowadays and how international migration has changed over the last years are aspects covered by Meghan Benton in a [...]
Is immigrant integration a key challenge for the EU states? How should governments address the European trends in Migration? Immigration and [...]
Important announcement! The deadline for abstract submission for the international conference "Rethinking EU immigration: legal development, [...]
At the beginning of October 2013 the European Parliament (EP) adopted a non-binding resolution whereby it requested the European Union (EU) to [...]
The potential benefits for the economy of qualified workforce from third countries have determined governments to adapt their immigration strategies. [...]
The UN Agency for Refugees (UNHCR) recommends signatories states of the Dublin Protocol to temporarily suspend the transfer of asylum seekers back to [...]
The Social Sciences College of the University of Glasgow is looking for an associate researcher for the project "Researching Multilingually at the [...]
The international press, particularly the European one, has been interested over the last days in the "poverty immigrants" and the way how they can [...]
The IMISCOE 11th Annual Conference on "Immigration, Social Cohesion and Social Innovation" will be held between 27-29 August in Madrid, Spain. This [...]
1. Benjamin J. Newman, Todd K. Hartman, Patrick L. Lown and Stanley Feldman (2013): Easing the Heavy Hand: Humanitarian Concern, Empathy, and Opinion [...]
WZB Social Science Centre Berlin will organize the international conference on Causes and consequences of migration and citizenship policies between [...]
The UNHCR Commissioner advises Europe to support Bulgaria to cope with the influx of Syrian refugees, now that an ever increasing number of refugees [...]
The African Who Found Nothing Better than Romania
Hermann Twilingiyimana is almost 40 years old and has lived half of these years away from his native country. He was born in Rwanda, where he went to [...]
Did you come here to study, work or for family reunification? We want to meet you!  [...]
The "Manual on Tolerance and Cultural Diversity in Europe" was published within the ACCEPT PLURALISM project, as an instrument for scholars and [...]
The International Human Rights Day, held worldwide on 10 December each year, celebrates the day when the General Assembly of the United Nations [...]
The General Inspectorate for Immigration (IGI) has launched the campaign "Offer joy! You can be the first to bring the holidays to their hearts!". [...]
A draft bill has recently been presented in the Parliament which makes the Republic of Moldova a priority for the Romanian State. The civic platform [...]
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) France has launched a reintegration project for victims of trafficking in European Union (EU) who [...]
The Migration Policy Centre at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, is currently looking for a [...]
Migration statistics of 2012 in Italy indicate the positive impact of this phenomenon. The same sources also indicate that the European peninsula saw [...]
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) offers 85 scholarships for the university year 2014-2015 for foreign citizens of non-EU countries. [...]
Journalist Ian Birrell from the prestigious newspaper "The Observer" draws readers' attention to Paul Collier's book "Exodus: Immigration and [...]
The UNHCR representation in Romania offers internship stages to qualified and dedicated students and graduates. According to the institution's [...]
France has recently presented two draft laws on the possibility to take collective legal action in cases of discrimination. It is not the first time [...]
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Romania, in partnership with Novapolis Association – Center of Analysis and Initiatives for Development are launching [...]
One of the 6 plays of the political theatre programme, suggestively called "We were not born in the right place" tackles the issue of migration and [...]
This day of 13 November 2013 a seminar shall be held in Timisoara, called "Qualifications and migration", with the participation of 24 inter-cultural [...]
Immigrants face a series of obstacles during their long naturalisation process, in the path to citizenship, and legal provisions offer them both [...]
The paper “A Global Assessment of Human Capital Mobility: the Role of non-OCDE Destinations”, published by the International Migration Institute, [...]
The Migration Policy Centre plans to investigate the impact of home countries on immigrants' integration in the residence countries, by a new project [...]
An article by Magdalena Ziółek – Skrzypczak from the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munchen, published in September this year in the Migration [...]
The project "Strengthening and Development of the Institutional Capacity of the Bureau of Migration and Asylum - consolidating the legal and [...]
Based on the idea that there are two contrasting views on the way in which European states instrumentalise naturalisation, residence and immigrants' [...]
The European Directive on family reunification (2003/86/EC) only sets minimum standards, leaving Member States a wide margin for interpretation. For [...]
Jasmin Sukaina, the Arab Woman who Makes a Career in Romania
Jasmin Sukaina is a model of Arab woman making a career. In Iraq, her home country, she was an Arabic language and mathematics teacher. In Romania [...]
The Labour Party proposed a new scheme for reducing the number of low skilled immigrant workers, which consists of issuing work permits for [...]
The Nansen Refugee Prize has been awarded every year since 1954 to a person or organisation as a recognition of exceptional services performed for [...]
A workshop will be held in Belgrade between 27-29 November 2013 on Roma migration from the Western Balkans to the EU member states. The event will [...]
The Romanian Sociological Association, the Research Institute for Quality of Life and the Faculty of Social-Humanistic Sciences of the University of [...]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) published a report on the evolution of the resettlement concept, called "Great [...]
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) launched in September the World Migration Report 2013: "Migrant Well-Being and Development", which [...]
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) develops a study in Ukraine on the remittances from Ukrainians living outside the country. The [...]
The Migration Watch UK report reveals that there are one million people living in England and Wales who hold only Commonwealth passports. These [...]
Several country reports on measures to combat discrimination in 2012 were drafted through the European Network of Legal Experts in the [...]
Swedish migration authorities have ruled that all Syrian asylum seekers who have come to Sweden will be granted permanent residency. Sweden is the [...]
An Indian Lady Trains Romanian Children for the High-school Graduation Exam
Ritu Cazacu is an Indian lady who settled in Romania more than 14 years ago by marriage. Although she does not hold dual citizenship, as this is not [...]
The paper "Comparing and Measuring Integration" was written for an international conference organised by the Ministry of Integration of [...]
The tenth Annual IMISCOE Conference, held in Malmö at the end of August, drew again the audience's attention to the Migrant Integration Policy Index [...]
The number of Syrian refugees has long exceeded two million people, but what is even more tragic are the dramas which often lie behind them. One [...]
The committee for migrant workers will convene between 9-13 September 2013 at Palais Wilson in Geneva. The meeting agenda of the 19th session [...]
We are pleased to inform you that the Call for Proposals VP/2013/011 for Information centers for EU migrant workers and posted workers has been [...]
The SIRIUS Network Reunion will be held in Brussels on 13 September, with the main topic on the agenda being an European Commission study developed [...]
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The European Website on Integration, managed by the Migration Policy Group (MPG) on behalf of the European Commission, has recently launched an [...]
This report on the further development and use of EU immigrant integration indicators in policy debates was prepared at the request of the European [...]
The European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-discrimination Field prepared a comparative review on non-discrimination law in Europe over [...]
The Statistic research assistant contributes to the MIPEX preparation. The job description consists of the preparation and review of statistics in [...]
Immigrant Citizens Survey (ICS), led by King Baudouin Foundation and Migration Policy Group alongside partners of 7 countries, has recently been [...]
The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) in Washington launched in July 2013 the report "Tackling Brain Waste: Strategies to Improve the Recognition of [...]
On 28 July 2013 British Members of Parliament published a report on the statistics on migration to and from the UK.  [...]
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African immigrants in Romania try to raise awareness on their condition by organising various events. On Friday 2 August 2013 at 19.00 hrs a new [...]
In July this year the European Commission submitted to the European Parliament the Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum for 2012. Migration has [...]
A Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration was issued in July this year. The document is jointly produced by the European [...]
On 16 July 2013 the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) launched in Switzerland the second Compendium on Disaster Risk Reduction and [...]
The 5th Global Conference „Strangers, Aliens and Foreigners” will be held between 5-7 September 2013 at Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom. [...]
The seventh Global Conference on “Multiculturalism, Conflict and Belonging" will be held between 1 - 3 September in Oxford, United Kingdom. The event [...]
2013 is an important year for the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), because the organization will mark 20 years of [...]
A ship in the Romanian coastal waters of the Black Sea filled with immigrants was discovered by the Constanta border police. The foreigner had a 20 [...]
Employment prospects for immigrants have worsened, according to a new OECD report. One in two unemployed immigrants in Europe looks for a job after [...]
During 25-27 August 2013, the 10th conference IMISCOE will take place in Malmö in Sweden. The event is organized by the Institute for Migration, [...]
Immigrant Integration Barometer 2013
Immigrant Integration Barometer 2013 survey was conducted within the project Research and Information Center on Immigrant Integration, financed by [...]
The article "Naturalization of immigrants in the context of institutional diversity: politics issues, but for whom?" written by Maarten P. Vink , [...]
From Ideas to Action: Migration and Human Rights Festival Edition III
The idea of the MIDO Festival came to us in 2010, when we were starting to implement integration projects of the International Organization for [...]
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has announced the launch of a report regarding the asylum trends phenomenon in 2012. 44 [...]
A new publication on migration "Integration EWSI Dossier 2013/01: Recognition of qualifications and skills" aims to provide editorial content from [...]
Over 100,000 foreigners legally residing in Romania, at the end of 2012
The General Inspectorate for Immigrations (IGI) released a few statistics regarding the situation of immigrants in Romania, given the launch of the [...]
World Refugee Day 2013, Celebrated with Photography, Music and Film
Every year on June 20, World Refugee Day is celebrated. The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) will mark this day with a special event which will take place [...]
The Romanian Association for Health Promotion and the Soros Foundation Romania will launch on June 18 at Ibis Parlament Hotel, the 2013 edition of [...]
The campaign "Dilemmas of the Refugees", initiated by the UN Refugees Agency, is close to its end. On June 13th it will be replaced by the new [...]
The project "Migrant in Intercultural Romania", initiated by the Intercultural Institute of Timișoara and developed between July 2012 and June 2015, [...]
The project "TCN Integration with legal Romanian residence through Education and Health" concludes with a conference which will take place at Ramada [...]
The Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) in France and the United States of America was published in March 2013 and it updates the profile of the [...]
NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Co-operation Agency in Europe) is a network comprising 15 national organizations financing research [...]
Every year, on May 21, the International Day for Cultural Diversity is celebrated, thanks to the United Nations (U.N.) General Assembly, which set [...]
The methodology regarding schooling and accepting foreign citizens from EU third countries in the public and private educational system in Romania [...]
Romania and other 47 member-states of the European Council, commit themselves to support each other in the development of educational policies base [...]
During May 17 and 19, the Turkish festival "Turkfest Bucharest, 2013 edition" will take place. Organized by the Tuna Foundation, which has been [...]
Aime Lema: “Study recognition, a problem which will forever remain unsolved”
Aime Lema, a Congolese from Romania, went through a lot of stages till he became a business man: he was a foreign student who came to learn in a [...]
Given that efforts are being made to issue a common policy regarding immigration, there is discrepancy at the member states level with respect to [...]
In February 2013, a delegation from CDCDI made a study visit to Vienna at the headquarters of International Centre for Migration Policy Development [...]
A new Soros report:
A new survey done by Soros Foundation Romania and entitled ”Reacquiring of Romanian citizenship: a policy with vision?”, whose authors are Sergiu [...]
The analysis of Romanian legislation regarding antidiscrimination places Romania on the 11th position, according to the Migrant Integration Policy [...]
Mbela Nzuzi:
Africa Day is celebrated on May 25th, an opportunity for African immigrants to try and draw attention to the public opinion regarding their [...]
According to the Migrant Integration Policy Index III report (MIPEX), Romania obtained 29 out of 100 points regarding access to citizenship, with [...]
The Migrant Integration Policy Index III Report (MIPEX III) has revealed the fact that Romania has registered in terms of long-term residency a score [...]
The grant of political and civil rights represents an indicator which shows the degree of confidence in the immigrating country. Out of the 31 [...]
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Among the major obstacles in immigrant integration there is children’s access to education and the educational system. Out of the 31 assessed [...]
Legal right to family reunion may pose problems to immigrants and certain states. The Migrant Integration Policy Index III (MIPEX III) shows that [...]
Migrant workers who get to Romania have better legal opportunities to economically contribute in the host country than workers in other [...]
The way in which the mass-media reflects the different aspects regarding migration and integration influences the public perception on immigrants. [...]
Immigrants have played a significant role in the economy and are still vital, in spite of the economic crisis, an Irish report show. Immigration was [...]
Theresa May, the English Minister of Internal Affairs, has proposed some changes to the "graduate entrepreneur pattern", so that Great Britain allow [...]
The English Prime Minister has recently said that immigrants in Great Britain wait between 2 and 5 years before being on the wait list to get a house [...]
What are universities from Cluj doing to encourage non-EU immigrants to apply for college, masters and PhDs in Cluj-Napoca?
The League for the Defence of Human Rights (LADO) in Cluj organized on March 14, 2013, at the Students’ Culture House a local seminar which focused [...]
At the end of February, King Baudouin Foundation, Migration Policy Group and partners presented at Brussels the outcome of the project „Access to [...]
The Association for Slavic, Eastern-European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) introduces a new program in order to cut travel costs for students, policy [...]
Gerard Boucher (2012): Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped Our World and will Define Our Future, Immigrants & Minorities, [...]
A managing system of integration has been set in Romania alongside with the preparation to adhere to the UE. Before Romania was a member of the E.U., [...]
On January 30, 2013, the European Commision approved a new managing structure for the European site regarding integration, done in cooperation with [...]
Immigrants in Europe
Migration is a very difficult topic to approach because it has a very weak media exposure, and, on top of that, nobody knows its positive [...]
The Agency for Credits and Scholarships offers scholarships in Syria during the university year 2013-2014: - 3 scholarships for BAs (the [...]
Immigrants’ Integration – a two-fold process
Migration is the main force of demographic change on the whole continent. This phenomenon might be a chance for Romania, since it is a factor of [...]
The Romanian Job Market – A Favourable Field for Workers?
Migration has become a global phenomenon with which all the countries deal with. International migration is directly proportional with the evolution [...]
The main goal of the Research and Documentation Centre in the immigrants’ integration field is to contribute to the building of an open, diverse and [...]
The integration policies for immigrants have become one of the most important topics of European states and not only. In order to benefit from a [...]
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