Lecture at the Neimed Centre

On 29 August, Neimed (Centre of expertise on Demographic Changes, joint initiative of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, and the Open University) organises a lecture about the extent to which refugees feel welcome in smaller cities like Kerkrade and social integration in…

Lecture and book presentation by Prof. Ronald Labonte. “Health Equity in a Globalizing Era”.

Where and When: 9 April 2019 15-17u. Deb1 B0.122. Maastricht University, FHML. Campus Randwyck Why do some countries and populations suffer from poverty and ill health, whilst others are more prosperous and healthy? What are the inherently global (trans-border) issues that…

DAMR Fall Meeting 2017

The Dutch Association for Migration Research (DAMR) & the University of Amsterdam’s Institute for Migration & Ethnic Studies (IMES) invite you for the DAMR Fall Meeting 2017 Challenging Categorization in Migration Policy and Research With a keynote by Prof. Dr….

Third Sarah van Walsum Lecture: “Making Citizens, Remaking Citizenship: The Case of Refugee Sponsorship”

Third Sarah van Walsum Lecture: “Making Citizens, Remaking Citizenship: The Case of Refugee Sponsorship”. At the occasion of the opening of the master’s track International Migration and Refugee Law 2017-2018 and in commemoration of the late prof. Sarah van Walsum,…

14/03/2017 Migration Issues: The Canadian Experience

Canadian Ambassador to the Netherlands, Sabine Nölke, will speak on ‘Migration Issues: The Canadian Experience’ Go to event.

22/03/2017 Migration to the US from Mexico: The experiences of a Mexican Diplomat

Mexican Ambassador to the Netherlands, Eduardo Ibarrola Nicolin, will speak on ‘MIGRATION TO THE US FROM MEXICO. The experiences of a Mexican Diplomat’. Go to event.

MACIMIDE researchers in Studium Generale lecture series on migration

MACIMIDE researchers in Studium Generale lecture series on migration. Visit the event page and register here. Migration takes place for a variety of reasons, which may be economic, social, political or environmental in nature. Due to wars and unstable situations…

08/04/2016: Public lecture “Not the Exception, but the Rule: Migration in Human History” by Leo Lucassen

Public lecture Not the Exception, but the Rule: Migration in Human History by Leo Lucassen Messages about mass migration to Europe appear in the news media every day. Is what is happening now in Europe so unique? If we want to understand…

08/03/2016: TARN lecture “The role of Europol in the refugee crisis” by Oldřich Martinů, Deputy Director of Europol

 The role of Europol in the refugee crisis by Oldřich Martinů, Deputy Director of Europol  TARN lecture, Maastricht Centre for European Law (MCEL) and Centre for European research in Maastricht (CERiM) Mr Martinů is the Deputy Director of Europol, with specific responsibility…

07/03/2016: Studium Generale lecture “Dead Planet, Living Planet. The Importance of Ecosystem Restoration” by John D. Liu

Public lecture: Dead Planet, Living Planet. The Importance of Ecosystem Restoration by John D. Liu Healthy landscapes provide us with food, water, clean air, a stable climate, biodiversity, good health, security and happiness. However, a quarter of the world’s land…