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Migration Institute of Finland

The Migration Institute of Finland was founded in Turku in 1974. Around that time, Finland was urbanizing at a fast pace and many people were moving abroad, especially to Sweden. The Institute’s roots are in historical migration, with inland migration and immigration being central areas of focus. The primary activities of the Institute are centred […]

”Invitation to “Migration in a historical and contemporary perspective, similarities and differences in perception and reception of immigrants and emigrants”conference

Upcoming conference “Migration in a historical and contemporary perspective, similarities and differences in perception and reception of immigrants and emigrants” to be held May 19 – 21, 2015, at the Utzon Center, Aalborg. This conference will analyse and discuss the importance of a number of factors found in different migration and integration processes, in different […]

Call for Papers: the 3d IOS Annual Conference

On July 2-4, 2015, the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS), Regensburg, Germany, organizes the 3d Annual Conference “Migration in and out of East and Southeast Europe: Values, Networks, Well-being”. The extended abstracts’ deadline is January 18, 2015. We will be grateful if you could distribute the call to potentially interested candidates. The […]

German Emigration Center (Germany)

      The German Emigration Center in Bremerhaven is Germany’s first and only museum that permanently presents both the emigration from and the immigration to Germany during the past three centuries. Situated at the departure point for approximately 7.2 million emigrants who left between 1830 and 1974 for the New World, the New Harbour […]

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