PRESS RELEASE: Turkish Migration Conference 2015 Prague, Czech Republic

29 June 2015Ė Prague, Czech Republic†Ė Turkish Migration Conference 2015 proved to be a great event facilitating debates and setting the agenda for research and policy in human mobility, conflict, crises, and integration with particular reference to Turkish migrants and diaspora communities around the world as well as many studies on Syrians and other movers in Turkey. The conference ended on a high note on Saturday evening with a traditional Czech dinner at†Plzenska†Restaurant in Municipal House in Republic Square of Prague.  
Posted: 2015-07-01 More...

Call for Papers: Syrian Crisis and Migration


Call for papers:

Special Issue on the Syrian Crisis and its impact on Migration

Migration Lettersinvites contributions for a†special issue†on the Syrian Crisis and Migration. The deterioratingsituation in†Syria as well as immigration flow from this country has been identified as one of the biggest humanitarian tragedies of our time.

Posted: 2015-01-30 More...

Migration scholarship lost one of the great researchers


A distinguished Australian demographer, Professor Graeme Hugo had been ill for a short time and passed away in the early hours of 20th January. He was one of the leading researchers at the University of Adelaide, Australia where he was Professor of Geography and Director of the†Australian Population and Migration Research Centre. Professor Hugo was a good citizen of academia and contributed significantly to the study of international migration and population geography internationally.†

Posted: 2015-01-20 More...

Call for Papers/Abstract - Turkish Migration Conference 2015


Turkish Migration Conference 2015:†Economics, Identities, and Geographies -†25-27 June 2015 - is the 3rd Turkish Migration Conference is hosted by Charles University Prague, Czech Republic. A multidisciplinary conference in nature will cover the theme Economics, Identities, and Geographies invites abstracts/papers/session proposals from academics, practitioners, policy makers, and students in migration in, from, to and through Turkey. The organising partners are Regentís Centre for Transnational Studies (RCTS) at Regentís University, Faculty of Humanities at Charles University and the conference committee is co-chaired by Prof Ibrahim Sirkeci, Prof Philip Martin and Dr Wadim Strielkowski.

Posted: 2014-10-21 More...

Migration Letters sponsors best paper prizes

Migration Letters sponsors best paper prizes at Turkish Migration Conference 2014 to be held at Regent's University London.  
Posted: 2013-12-30 More...
1 - 5 of 5 Items