Creating public awareness and understanding of Europe´ s migrations: history and heritage.

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46th Annual Conference of the International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI)

The 46th annual conference of the International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI) will take place this year at the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, from 16 to 19 September. Traditionally analogue archival sources, audio and film recordings have been used to document the heritage of migrant workers and their involvement in the labour movement. […]

Nordic Immigration in the Pacific Northwest from Then to Now – Technology, Innovation and migration

Wednesday – Friday, March 16 – 18, 2016 The Nordic Heritage Museum will host an Immigration Conference  devoted to the topic of immigration in the Pacific Northwest. With speakers from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, the conference will be a collaboration between the Nordic Heritage Museum and several museums, archives, and academic institutions throughout the […]

ESOMI-Equipo de Sociología de las Migraciones Internacionales / The International Migrations Sociology Group

The International Migrations Sociology Group (initials in Spanish: ESOMI) is based in the Faculty of Sociology of the University of A Coruña (Spain) and since the year 2006 it is part of the Galician Government’s programme ‘Consolidation and Structuring of Competitive Research Units’. Its main aim is to lead high quality research in the field of international […]

Croatian Migration History and the Challenges of Migrations Today

Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Zagreb Dubravka Mlinarić, Mario Bara, Snježana Gregurović, Drago Župarić-Iljić, Simona Kuti The specific geostrategic position of the Republic of Croatia, its place within different historical states and corresponding political interests highly influenced recorded migration patterns and trends from the 19th century onwards. Cross-border movements as well as internal mobility […]

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