10/06/2015: GTD Colloquium “Union formation among (children of) migrants in Europe: new patterns and determinants?” By Helga de Valk

Union formation among (children of) migrants in Europe: new patterns and determinants? By Helga de Valk (University of Amsterdam) Globalisation, Transnationalism & Development Colloquium organized in association with Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE)  Abstract: Research on the transition to adulthood emphasizes the…

13/05/2015: GTD Colloquium “A proper wife, a proper marriage. Orientalist identity constructions in Dutch political debates on family migration” by Saskia Bonjour

A proper wife, a proper marriage. Orientalist identity constructions in Dutch political debates on family migration Saskia Bonjour (University of Amsterdam) Globalisation, Transnationalism & Development Colloquium organised in association with Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development Abstract: In this talk I argue that…

11/03/2015: GTD Colloquium “When Policies appear Successful: Declining Migration and the Role of Migration Policies” by Masja Van Meeteren (Leiden University)

When Policies appear Successful: Declining Migration and the Role of Migration Policies Masja Van Meeteren (Leiden University) Globalisation, Transnationalism & Development Colloquium – organized in association with Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE) Abstract Migration scholars have often demonstrated how…

4/02/2015: GTD Colloquium “Migration Mechanisms of the Middle Range” by Godfried Engbersen (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Migration Mechanisms of the Middle Range by Godfried Engbersen (Erasmus University Rotterdam) Globalisation, Transnationalism & Development Colloquium organized in association with Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE) Abstract: This presentation explores a mechanism-based explanation of migration flows. Firstly, it makes a plea for…

14/01/2015: GTD Colloquium “Ethnic Enclaves and Transnational Fields” by José Luis Molina (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)

Ethnic Enclaves and Transnational Fields   by José Luis Molina  (Universitat  Autonoma de Barcelona) Globalisation, Transnationalism & Development Colloquium, organized in association with Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE) Abstract The literature that addresses simultaneously the processes of spatial segregation of ethnic…