Elzbieta Gozdziak and Izabella Main published a new paper on socio-cultural remittances and migration of Polish women between Poland and Norway. Article is published in Ethnologia Europaea and supported by grants from the Norwegian Research Council and Polish NCN.
Goździak E. M. & Main I., (2020) “Transnational Mobility and Socio-cultural Remittances: The Case of Polish Women in Norway and Poland”, Ethnologia Europaea 50(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ee.1207
Special issue of the Journal of Human Trafficking, edited by Elzbieta M. Goździak and Kathleen M. Vogel is online
A special issue of the Journal of Human Trafficking, edited by Elzbieta M. Gozdziak and Kathleen M. Vogel, is online. It will remain open access for the next six months!
On Value Agents And Their Practices in Civil Society (WP3), part of the H2020 NoVaMigra. Norms and Values in the European Migration and Refugee Crisis project, Poznań, March 6-8, 2019
The meeting took place at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of History, Collegium Historicum. The organizers: Izabella Main, Elżbieta M. Goździak, Izabela Kujawa
International Conference V4Net April 1-2, 2019
The Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology and the Centre for Migration Studies at AMU invite you to the international conference “Social and Cultural Consequences of Voluntary and Forced Migration in Europe”. The conference will be held at room 1.61.
"Barbara Harrell-Bond: a life not ordinary," screening of a documentary about the life of Barbara Harrell-Bond, the founder of the Refugee Studies program at Oxford University.
The Centre for Migration Studies and the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology in Adam Mickiewicz University invite you to a screening of the film "Barbara Harrell-Bond: a life not ordinary." Agnieszka Chwieduk and Paulina Kuntze will comment and Izabella Main will moderate a general discussion. The documentary is in English, with Polish subtitles. November 5, 2018 at 10 am in Burszta Room 2.122 (Morasko Campus, Umultowska 89D).
IASFM 16: Rethinking Forced Migration and Displacement: Theory, Policy, and Praxis
The conference, hosted by the Centre for Migration Studies, the Faculty of Law and Public Administration, and the 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/
Recordings from three plenary sessions and keynote lectures are available here
Strategies for integration of migrants in the local labor market, 21 May 2015, Munich, City Hall. A report from a transnational conference.
On May 21, 2015, a transnational conference under the banner of Strategies for integration of migrants in the labor market took place in the Munich City Hall. The meeting concluded a two-year project Active MIGrAnts in the Local Labor Market (AMIGA), a collaborative efforts between the German Department of Labor and Economic Development, the City of Munich (RAW), and the Centre for Migration Studies (CeBaM) at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
Polish-German meeting within the project AMIGA
The Center for Migration Studies is bringing together Polish and German partners involved in the AMIGA Project. The meeting will take place on September 17-19, 2014 in Poznań. The teams from partner cities - Poznań and Munich – will exchange their experiences and discuss future steps and activities at the local and international levels.
Summary from the REKRY- AMARE conference in Lahti:
INTERNATIONAL RECRUITING - CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
The international conference of the REKRY AMARE project, organized by the University of Helsinki, Palmenia Center for Continuing Education, took place in Lahti, Finland on January 17, 2013. The conference focused on International recruiting - challenges and solutions. As one of the international partners, CeBaM played a major role in the conference. Magdalena Ziółek-Skrzypczak, PhD and Patricia Krolik, MA discussed challenges facing immigrants in Poland and service providers assisting their integration into the Polish society.
The objective of the project REKRY-AMARE (Promoting Work-related Immigration and Spreading Good Practices in the EU) was to develop an integration model facilitating access of qualified migrants into European labor markets. The project involved exchange of experiences between partner institutions from different EU countries (Finland, Ireland, Great Britain, Germany, Estonia, and Poland). The discussions focused on the history of emigration and immigration and local integration initiatives.