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was established in January 2007 as a research institute at Malmö University. It is a vibrant Swedish centre for research on migration, diversity and welfare, while at the same time keeping a high international profile.
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Thank you!

To all our presenters, participants and occasional visitors, we wish to extend a warm thanks for contributing to the dissemination and exchange of knowledge and ideas at the Migration seminar. We wish you a pleasant summer and welcome back in September. The Migration Seminar Fall 2017 features not one but two Willy Brandt Professors(!), Ruth Wodak (Lancaster University and University of Vienna) and Maarten Vink (Maastricht University), and much, much more. See you after the summer!

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Symposium 16-17 November 2017

Twenty years ago the undergraduate program in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) started at Malmö University, Sweden. Over the years IMER programs have been developed to include the masters and PhD level. The Malmö Institute for Migration, Diversity and Welfare was established in January 2007 as a research institute at Malmö University. 
In 2017 MIM will celebrate the twentieth and tenth anniversaries with a workshop on:“Contesting the Populist Challenge: Beyond ‘Orbanism’ and ‘Trumpism’ and the Normalisation of Exclusion”. See the flyer.

New MIM working papers

For the summer edition of the MIM working paper series, we have two excellent new working papers.  

In 17:5 Nahikari Irastorza & Pieter Bevelander show that, while highly skilled immigrants perform better than those with a lower educational level, they never catch up with their native counterparts.




In 17:6 our former Willy Brandt professor, Garbi Schmidt, discusses (in contrast to previous stat-driven studies on citizenship from above) the claim to so-called ghetto cosmopolitanism in Chicago.

Have a great summer everyone!

Last updated by Johan Portland