Multiple Approaches to Migration: Challenges at Origin and Destination
Monday 22 June – Friday 3 July 2015
How would migration look from a legal, economic, demographic or sociological perspective?Migration is a critical issue for governments at all levels, and both sending and receiving societies. If you are interested in studying migration challenges and opportunities for countries of origin and destination from a number of different disciplinary perspectives, looking into the gendered aspects of migration policy, the challenges of cultural diversity in Europe, the emerging field of social remittances, and the impact of migration on demography and labour markets, why not join the 11th Migration Summer School?
In addition to the lectures and workshops, participants in the Summer School will have the opportunity to attend the Migration Policy Centre’s Annual Conference and interact with a variety of migration stakeholders.
The call for applications is now open for the 11th Migration Summer School: Multiple Approaches to Migration: Challenges at Origin and Destination, which will take place in Florence, Italy from Monday 22 June until Friday 3 July 2014.
A limited number of scholarships are available by application.
Researchers, civil servants and professionals from intergovernmental, governmental and non-governmental agencies working in migration-related areas are encouraged to apply, especially those coming from the countries covered by the Migration Policy Centre and its projects.
For further information on the application criteria, fees and scholarships, a list of proposed lectures/workshops and to access the application form, please visit the 11th Migration Summer School webpage.
For further information or queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Migration Policy Centre: