Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare
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.
Registration for AMIS/MIM and TRANSMIG Conferences
Welcome to register for the 1st AMIS/MIM Masters Conference on Migration Studies Program on 10 December, 2014 at Malmö University and for TRANSMIG Conference 29-30 January 2015.
Roma in Europe
Ioana Bunescu, migration researcher at Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM), has researched the Roma for twelve years and she has just published her research results in a new book. In an interview in Sydsvenskan she says that greater prosperity with equitable distribution of resources, and increased representation of Roma in politics that impact the grassroots level, would ensure that Roma would have a better future in Europe.
27 November 14.15-16.00
Welcome to a research seminar with Prof. Paul Statham , Director Sussex Centre for Migration...
27 November 16.15-18.00
Welcome to the book release of Roma in Europe. The Politics of Collective Identity Formation...
3 December 13.15-16.00
Welcome to the first Scholars at Risk Speakers Series in Sweden. Scholars at Risk (SAR), which is...
4 December 14.15-16.00
Welcome to a research seminar with Brigitte Suter , research manger and Karin Magnusson , researc...
MIM received funding from Horizon 2020
MIM, Malmö University, is a partner in the consortium that was granted money from the EU Framework Programme for Reserach and Innovation Horizon 2020 call on youth mobility in EU. The project YMOBILITY is lead by Sapienza University in Rome and includes 9 additional partners, including Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare.
MIM Masters Essay award
We are glad to announce that we have received six nominations for the MIM Masters Essay award competition. These are written by: Christina Grimstrup Krüger, Isabelle Johansson, Felicity Atieno Okoth, Anne-Maria Ikonen, Sofia Wachtmeister and Caroline Tomsfelt. The winner will be announced at the first AMIS/MIM Masters Conference on Migration Studies on December 10. The jury consists of: Erica Righard, Senior Lecturer at the School of Social work and Anders Hellström, Associate Professor in Political Science.