On the 3th of December 2020, DAMR (in cooperation with Utrecht University and the IMISCOE Standing Committee on Migrant Transnationalism (MITRA) hosted a webinar on migration trajectories and transnational support. With over 70 participants, thought-provoking presentations and discussions, as well as a great discussion on Emiel Marten's "Gifts from Babylon", the event was a great success. To (re)watch the full event, please find a recording here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2rUkFUOp4Y.
DAMR organizes an annual Pitch and Mix session, together with colleagues at WODC and the Directorate General for Migration (Ministry of Justice and Security). In these sessions, academic researchers and policy officers have the opportunity to exchange ideas on research and get to know the important/salient issues in migration in the Netherlands.
DAMR is able to contribute to a workshop, panel or other innovative events organized by young academics on a wide range of issues related to migration, preferably from an interdisciplinary perspective. If you are interested in organizing such an event please find more information here: pdf
DAMR would like to invite you to an upcoming webinar on 3 December, organized by DAMR, the Utrecht University Focus Area on Migration and Societal Change and the IMISCOE Standing Committee on Migrant Transnationalism (MITRA). The webinar is entitled “Migration Trajectories and Transnational Support within and beyond Europe”, and lines up the contributors to a recently published Special Issue in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
The first part included the panel discussion with researchers from different academic disciplines who have all worked on issues related to agency and subjectivity. It was a very fruitful and insightful dialogue that raised challenges and considerations associated with the concepts of agency and subjectivity within different academic disciplines.
In the course we also encouraged participants to develop new ideas for innovative interdisciplinary research on agency and subjectivity through group work sessions. As a result, the groups came up with interdisciplinary ideas and got the possibility to discuss the feasibility and implementation of these projects.
We believe that the workshop created a space to share ideas, views, and encourage further collaborations.
The Dutch Association for Migration Research & Erasmus University Rotterdam kindly invite you to the DAMR Fall Meeting 2018 titled 'Between incorporation and migration enforcement - integration and post-procedural migration trajectories among (asylum) migrants'
Call for Proposals: (Online) PhD Event
At the 19th of September, the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research (NNHRR) in collaboration with DAMR organized a PhD workshop on the topic of 'Legal Implications of the European Trends in the Externalisation of Migration Management' at Radboud University. Find a short report and some pictures from the event in this article.
Bridging the gap between research and policy: Pitch, Match & Mix session among researchers and policy makers took place in the Hague on October 10, 2018 as a collaboration between DAMR, WODC and the Department of Migration Policy of the Dutch Ministry of Justice. Thanks to all the participants.