2016 Spring Meeting

On May 27th, the Dutch Association for Migration research organized a successful event on
(un)controlled migration”: border control and it’s implications in cooperation with the WODC at the Ministry of Security and Justice in the Hague. The meeting provided an opportunity for discussion between researchers and policy makers.

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2015 Spring Meeting

The annual DAMR spring meeting took place on Thursday 28 May 2015. The meeting was organised in cooperation with the Leiden Interdisciplinary Migration Seminars (LIMS). The theme of the meeting was 'Child and Migration'. The programme will include senior researchers from different disciplines who will reflect on this theme and junior researchers who will reflect on their presentations.

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DAMR Fall meeting 2016 on Urban Refugees

The fall 2016 DAMR-conference was devoted to research on Urban Refugees and took place on 18 November at Tilburg University and organised by Tesseltje de Lange or Lisa Berntsen. The first part of the conferences focused on urban migrants and informal practices.

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2014 Fall Meeting

'There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.'
Sherlock Holmes Quote -The Bascombe Valley Mystery

Data-Collection and Data-Production in Migration Research

The annual DAMR fall meeting of 2014 took place on Friday 14 November at the Radboud University Nijmegen.

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2015 Fall Meeting on Highly Skilled Migration

Friday 16 October 2015

Location: Venue CREA Roeterseiland, Amsterdam

Scholars from various disciplines at Dutch academic institutions have displayed an interest in the topic of highly skilled migration. During this seminar, questions will be posed as to why European and national policy with regard to highly skilled migration is set up the way it is, whether there is room for policy improvement, and, if so, how this could be achieved. Which patterns of highly skilled migration can be identified? Which incentives can regions implement to attract highly skilled migrants? What do we know about the interaction between highly skilled migrants and the social structures within their companies, cities, regions or nations?

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