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Art from Home

Art from Home

The Scottish Refugee Council has recently launched an auction: Art From Home.They have teamed up with 30 of Scotland's most talented artists, creatives and designers to bring you this charity aucti

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YouTube Channel dealing with migration issue

YouTube Channel dealing with migration issues

Prof. Melissa Siegel, Professor of Migration Studies at Maastricht University and UNU-MERIT, has launched a YouTube channel dealing with migration issues.

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IOM COVID-19 Analytical snapshots

IOM COVID-19 Analytical snapshots

IOM has launched “COVID-19 Analytical Snapshots”, a series of 1-2 page snapshots on the latest analysis from around the world on the migration and mobility-related issues stemming from COVID-19. Th

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Migration, Integration and Ethnic Relations

Migration, Integration and Ethnic Relations

Utrecht University is organising an online course about Migration, Integration and Ethnic Relations.

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17th IMISCOE Annual Conference

17th IMISCOE Annual Conference

Europe’s largest research network of migration and integration scholars and practitioners is coming together for its first online annual conference.

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Workeen Sirius Game

WORKEEN - SIRIUS Game launched today!

To celebrate the World Refugee Day 2020, the SIRIUS project is launching a serious game, WORKEEN,

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An online conference with Palestinian writer Susan Abulhawa

The plight of Palestine's refugees: An online conference with Palestinian writer Susan Abulhawa

Eurac Research and the EUMINT project have organised an online conference with Palestinian writer Susan Abulhawa which will take place on 17th June at 3.30pm (CET).

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Job Vacancy: Doctoral position in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER)

Job Vacancy: Doctoral position in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER)

A doctoral position in International Migration and Ethnic Relations is available at Malmo University.

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COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: non-citizens have a right to protection too

COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: non-citizens have a right to protection too

 

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Violence, health and everyday (non)life: Gaza and beyond

Violence, health and everyday (non)life: Gaza and beyond

Professor Michelle Pace, principal investigator at SIRIUS for Roskilde University, is disseminating findings in an online conference about violence, health and everyday life in Gaza.

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In times of crisis you realise whom you need the most: migrants, labour market and the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy

In times of crisis you realise whom you need the most: migrants, labour market and the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy

There is a saying that in times of crisis you realise whom you need the most.

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Opera singers: the elite migrants trapped in Italy

Opera singers: the elite migrants trapped in Italy

Irina Isaakyan, researcher of SIRIUS at EUI, has recently published an article on OpenDemocracy in which she discusses the experience of opera singers during the Covid-19. 

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