The implications of EU policies for the social, economic and political integration of immigrants
1 – 3 April 2015, Bucharest, Romania
Call for Papers
This Conference intends to raise awareness upon the subject of immigrant’s integration and upon the need of developing a more efficient strategy in order to create real premises for their social and economic integration. In 2012, the estimated number of immigrants in EU-27 was of 1.7 million, and another 1.7 million people that were previously residing in one EU Member State migrated to another Member State. Not only should the magnitude of this phenomenon draw attention to it, but also its implications and consequences.
The event aims at encouraging a multi-disciplinary debate between scholars and practitioners from different fields of study, such as European studies and public policies. On the other hand, this conference represents a good opportunity for young researchers to promote their academic work and to interact with representatives of the public administration and civil society.
Specific topics include, but are not confined to:
- determinants, patterns, and consequences of migration
- implications of social policies towards the integration of immigrants
- evaluation of policies that address the integration of immigrants
- labor market impact
- long-term effects and path dependencies
- policy reactions and impact on the political evolutions
- multiculturalism and interculturalism
- European citizenship and European culture
- transformation of values and attitudes
- the security dimension of the immigration phenomenon
- return migration
- integration policies and examples of good practices
- demographic and economic aspects of human migrations
How to apply?
Submissions to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org (in PDF format) should include: a 300 word abstract, name of the authors, affiliation and e-mail addresses. The abstracts will be double blind peer reviewed. The authors of the selected papers will receive a notification by e-mail until the 28th of February, 2015.
The conference languages are English and Romanian.
The selected papers can be published in a new issue of the Romanian Journal of International Relations and European Studies (RoJIRES). For more information about the Journal, please go to: http://www.rise.org.ro/revista-romana-de-relatii-internationale-si-studii-europene-rojires/
05th of March, 2015 – deadline for abstract submissions
9th of March, 2015 – notification of accepted abstracts
22nd of March, 2015 – deadline for full paper submissions
This event is financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Plus program, as part of the following Jean Monnet Support for Associations project: “Contributing to the development of the EU immigration and mobility field of study from a multi-disciplinary approach. Support for the Romanian Association of International Relations and European Studies / CDEUS”.
The Romanian Association of International Relations and European Studies http://www.rise.org.ro/?lang=en
The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (NUPSPA) http://www.snspa.ro/
The Department of International Relations and European Integration
The Centre for European Studies on Human Migration
*This message does not reflect the point of view of the European Commission. The interpretations and opinions contained in it are solely those of the authors.
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