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. MIM Academic Record 2014
MIM Master Essay Award and IMER Idag Bachelor Thesis Award 2015
MIM has opened nominations for the MIM Master Essay Award 2015. This prize is established to stimulate and recognise excellent master essays in the field of migration.
The anthology "Resettled and Connected?"
about the integration of resettled refugees, edited by MIM researchers Brigitte Suter and Karin Magnusson is now available online.
The Nordic Journal of Migration Research (NJMR)
is seeking a book review editor who could contribute to editorial process for the Book Review section.The deadline for applying is August 1, 2015.
Organized conferences and workshops Spring 2015
17 June, The Conference on Migrants’ Experiences of Voluntary Return from Sweden to Iraq presents the research findings of the European Return Fund co-financed project on migrants’ experiences of voluntary return from Sweden to Iraq and the role of Swedish re-establishment support in this process.
12 June, Conference Migrants' Experiences of Forced Return from Sweden presents the findings from a research project with same title.
28 May, MILSA project conference presents findings of project MILSA, research based support platform for migration and health.
27 May, conference on Resettlement and Integration Before and After: New Perspectives on Resettled Refugees’ Integration Process.
29-30 January, TRANSMIG Conference explored the impact of research on transnational migration from the perspective of a range of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities.