The Centre for Migration Studies at Adam Mickiewicz University (CeBaM AMU)

is a research center founded in 2009. It was established to bring together AMU researchers interested in international migration in an effort to carry out joint research projects with a particular focus on migration in western Poland.

 

The center’s interdisciplinary work is led by social and cultural anthropologists. The researchers conduct both basic qualitative studies and participatory action research. The center also disseminates research results outside scientific communities, translating them into policy and programmatic recommendations. It collaborates with public officials, municipal governments, and non-governmental organization.

 

CeBaM AMU carries out academic, applied, and educational activities, including:

 

research projects on foreigners living in Poznań and emigration from Poland;

books From Guests to Neighbors (2010); Migration and Cultural Heterogeneity (2012); Not Useful Enough (2015); The Rights and Obligations of a Foreigner Associated with the Legalization of a Stay in the Territory of the Polish Republic (2015); and Strategies to Support Migrants in the Labor Market (2015);
cooperation with Migrant Info Point (MIP), an information clearing house and assistance program for immigrants living in Poznan and vicinity. Established in 2013, MIP offers legal advice, activities facilitating integration into the wider Polish society, Polish language courses, professional counseling, and micro-enterprise training. Currently, MIP is run by the CeBaM Foundation

recommendations to promote local immigrant integration through ; these collaboration with public officials, municipal governments, and non-governmental organizations;

public lectures and workshops on international migration, immigrant integration, asylum, and cultural diversity;

♦ classes for AMU students on international migration;

media campaigns aimed at bringing attention to the situation of immigrants in Poznań; we also act as experts in local and national media;

CeBaM members also carry out individual research projects, covering a broad thematic and geographical spectrum;

collaboration with international authorities in the field of migration and institutions with many years of experience in the implementation of integration policies.

CeBaM in the media
Radio Merkury

30 marca 2016

"Referendum w sprawie imigrantów?"

Gazeta Wyborcza

29 grudnia 2015

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"Tym razem Palestyńczyk. Kolejne pobicie obcokrajowca w Poznaniu"

Radio Markury

16 listopada 2015

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wywiad z prof. Michałem Buchowskim

Gazeta Wyborcza 

5 kwietnia 2016

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"Decyzja o emigracji jest dramatem", wywiad z prof. Michałem Buchowskim

Radio Markury

19 września 2015

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reportaż Wandy Wasilewskiej „Dwa protesty. Dyptyk”

o manifestacji

Gazeta Wyborcza

18 września 2015

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wywiad z prof. Michałem Buchowskim

Oświadczenie CeBaM

9 września 2015

w sprawie uchodźców na stronie UAM,

WTK

3 września 2015

„Fala uchodźców w Europie. Czy Poznań jest gotowy na ich przyjęcie?”

Cooperation

Urząd Miasta Poznania http://www.poznan.pl/

 

Centrum Kultury Zamek http://www.zamek.poznan.pl/

 

Poznańskie Centrum Praw Człowieka Instytutu Nauk Prawnych Polskiej Akademii Nauk http://www.phrc.pl/wp/

 

Stowarzyszenie Interwencji Prawnej http://interwencjaprawna.pl/

 

Polskie Forum Migracyjne http://www.forummigracyjne.org/pl/

 

Muzułmańskie Centrum Kulturalno-Oświatowe w Poznaniu http://www.islam.poznan.pl/

 

Stowarzyszenie Sędziów THEMIS http://themis-sedziowie.eu/

 

Międzynarodowa Organizacja ds. Migracji w Polsce http://www.iom.pl/

 

Urząd Miasta Monachium http://www.muenchen.de/int/en.html

dr hab. Izabella Main: imain@amu.edu.pl

e-mail: cebam@amu.edu.pl

Centrum Badań Migracyjnych UAM
Collegium Martineum UAM
ul. Święty Marcin 78, 61-809 Poznań
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