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As of 1 June, 2023 the research group on Political Sociology (PolSoc) will have a new associate professor.
What happens when we include technical sciences, design studies, health science and architecture in the discussions around migration? Can we produce new questions and new insights? Can we ‘see’ something that we did not understand before? The MIX conference “Displacement, migration and integration – out of the silo” will address these questions on June 6-7 in Nordkraft, Aalborg.
In her research article Rings in the Water: Felt Externalisation in the Extended EU borderlands, Ahlam Chemlali presents how the ripple effects of European Borden externalization have transformed everyday life in the coastal town of Zarzis.
The Head of the MIX, Professor Steffen Bo Jensen, talks about the interdisciplinary-solution framework of the upcoming MIX Conference “Displacement, migration and integration – out of the silo” on 6-7 June 2023 in Nordkraft, Aalborg, and why is it important to engage in dialogue and ask new questions.
The International Conference on Forced Migration at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is taking place on 14-15 April, 2023, with associate professor Tamirace Fakhoury, Global Refugee Studies (GRS), giving the opening plenary address on the governance of forced migration and the global refugee regime.
In March, MIX offers you to explore the concept of 'convoluted mobility', undocumented motherhood, and migrant mother smuggling in the Tunisian–Libyan borderlands and trade unions and right-wing populism in Europe through the case study of Denmark. The research papers are conducted by MIX members and are exploring the forums’ core topics of migration, displacement, and integration.
The research group “Junctures of change in the integration of young refugees” invites all interested to the seminar on young refugees’ experience of integration during the paradigm shift in Danish immigration policy. The seminar will be held on 22 February, 14-16 o’clock at the Migration Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen.
The Mediation Grammar and the easyRights teams invite all interested to join the last CEN (European Committee for Standardization) workshop on February 21st to discuss the proposed draft of the CWA (CEN Workshop Agreement).
PhD students Rieke Schröder (AAU) and Marie Lunau (RUC) publish an article “Queer Migrations: Imagining Intersectional Positions and Potentials”, talking about the importance of recognizing intersectionality in the queer asylum seeker community.
PhD student Ahlam Chemlali argues that border enforcement and EU counter-smuggling policies trap and confine migrant mothers in a new article, published in the high-ranking journal Trends in Organized Crimes.
Steffen Bo Jensen, Professor at Global Refugee Studies and the Head of MIX will be addressing L’Art Rue seminar “The Migrations and borders: issues of migration non-politics”, DPDW Civic Space, in Tunis, Tunisia on January 27, 2023.
To kick off January, MIX offers you to dive deeper into the topics of migration, geopolitics and scaling, the work environment of migrant workers employed in the construction sector in Denmark, and which types of employers have refugee employees. The research papers are conducted by MIX members and are exploring the forums’ core topics of migration, displacement, and integration.
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