Save the date: MACIMIDE Annual Conference 23-24 September 2021

The next edition of MACIMIDE’s multidisciplinary Annual Conference will take place on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 September 2021. Keep an eye out on the website, as more information regarding the programme and format will be announced later this year!

Lisa Waddington explains Freedom Of Movement: What is legally possible?

Prof. Dr. Lisa Waddington, Professor in European Disability Law at the Faculty of Law, created this clear video about the legal framework around Freedom Of Movement for Disabled people in The EU. This video was presented during the ENIL Freedom…

Stagiair(e) Migratie en Vluchtelingen

Cordaid gelooft in een wereld zonder armoede en uitsluiting. Daar zetten we ons voor in, met hart en ziel. We streven naar een rechtvaardige en duurzame samenleving waarin ieder mens telt. We staan voor kennis en talenten delen tussen Noord…

Maastricht Migration Lecture Series – Does Citizenship Matter?

Six years after the so-called ‘refugee crisis’ reached the European continent, the topic is still widely debated. Media, politics, and the public discuss intensive ways to deal with incoming migrants and to prevent migration in the future. However, many misconceptions…

Maastricht Migration Lecture Series: Migration in Libya: From transit route to containment

Dr Katie Kuschminder, UNU-MERIT African and Middle Eastern migration flows to Libya and the country’s posture toward these migrants have changed dramatically since the 2011 fall of dictator Muammar Gaddafi. While Libya once was a destination for foreign workers drawn…

MPC Documentary Virtual Screening, ‘Waylaid in Tijuana’, 23/09 @15.00 CET, link provided following registration

MPC Documentary Virtual Screening, ‘Waylaid in Tijuana’, 23/09 @15.00 CET, link provided following registration

MPC Documentary Virtual Screening   ‘Waylaid in Tijuana’23 September @15:00 – 17.00, Florence timeThe link to the screening will be provided following registration  Waylaid in Tijuana is a documentary film that explores how immigration policies adopted in Washington, DC reverberate just south of…

Online PhD Defence Merve Özer: Essays on drivers and long-term impact of migration

On Wednesday 4 November, at 12:00 o’clock, Merve Özer will defend her PhD titled “Essays on drivers and long-term impact of migration”.

Building educational resilience through transnational mobility trajectories: Young people between Ghana and The Netherlands.

Geel, van J. and Mazzucato, V. (2020) Building educational resilience through transnational mobility trajectories: Young people between Ghana and The Netherlands. Young.  Doi: 10.1177/1103308820940184 

PANDEMRIC explores the benefits of Euregional cooperation during (health) crises

PANDEMRIC explores the benefits of Euregional cooperation during (health) crises

At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, it became apparent that the majority of crisis policy was being implemented at a national level. Discoordination caused numerous bottlenecks in the border regions, which proved to have negative effects on Euregional cooperation….

Karlien Strijbosch introduced as new ‘Face of Science’

Karlien Strijbosch is introduced as one of the twelve new ‘Faces of Science‘. As ‘Face of Science’ Karlien provides insights into the life of a PhD student. It is a project of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW), the…