logo wersja-podstawowa granat 1

 

 IEiAK CEBAM

 

 MIP logo-1 

 

IASFM

Recordings from three plenary sessions and keynote lecture during IASFM16 conference Rethinking Forced Migration and Displacement: Theory, Policy, and Praxis organized on 12-15 of July 2016 in Poznań by the Centre for Migration Studies, Faculty of Law and Administration, and Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. 

Rethinking Forced Migration

hosted by Centre for Migration Studies, the Faculty of Law and Public Administration and Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Adam Mickiewicz University will take place on July 12-15. For more information see: http://iasfm.org/iasfm16/

The conference is a platform for presenting experience, results and recommendations of
the transnational project AMIGA (Active MIGrAnts in the Local Labor Market). Therefore, the project partners from Poznań and Munich will inform about locally developed and implemented strategies for the integration of (qualified) migrants in the labor market.

On May 21, 2015 in the Munich City Hall the transnational conference took place under the banner:

Strategies for the integration of migrants in the labor market. The meeting concluded the two year Polish-German cooperation project Active MIGrAnts in the Local Labor Market (AMIGA). The event was organized by German project partner the Department of Labor and Economic Development, the City of Munich (RAW) in cooperation with Polish partner the Centre for Migration Studies (CeBaM) at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.

The Center for Migration Studies is organising a Polish-German meeting within the EU-project AMIGA. The meeting will take place from 17th to 19th September 2014 in Poznań. During these days the teams from both partner cities - Poznań and Munich – will exchange their experiences of the activities undertaken during the project so far. They will also discuss the next steps of their work: on the local and international level.

Dates: Wednesday – Friday, 17th – 19th September 2014

 Program