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. MIM Academic Record 2014
Debate article on Roma beggers in Sweden
Previous bans on begging in European countries did not lead to an improvement of the situation of Roma in Europe. The relationship between ethnic and socio-economic aspects of the situation of Roma in Europe need to be tackled in coopeartion between local, national and EU governments, says Ioana Bunescu, MIM researcher in Aktuella Frågor in Sydsvenskan and Helsingborgs Dagblad 14 April 2015.
MIM organizes Conference on Resettlement and Integration
On May 27, the project Before and After: New Perspectives on Resettled Refugees’ Integration Process will present their results at Malmö University. The project and conference aim to illustrate the importance of social networks during the integration process.You can sign up and read more about the conference (in Swedish) at: http://mah.se/integrationskonferens.