NORFACE Research Programme on Migration
The NORFACE Research Programme on Migration is a programme of twelve transnational research projects responding to the theme:
Migration in Europe: Social, Economic, Cultural and Policy Dynamics
NORFACE – New Opportunities for Research Funding Co-operation Agency in Europe, is a network of 15 national research funding organisations in Europe and Canada, co-operating since beginning of 2004.
The fourth Norface Conference "Migration: Global Development, New Frontiers" will bring together more than 500 scholars from subject areas such as: Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Demography, Anthropology, Education, Geography, Political Science, Development Studies.
Besides the paper and poster presentations of the open conference, the programme includes Special Sessions featuring Policy Events, as well as Academic Keynote and Invited speeches.
The conference is co-funded by the European Union and the NORFACE Migration Programme.
Conference videos and photos
April 2013 London conference
Videos and photos from the 4th Norface Migration Network Conference on "Migration: Global Development, New Frontiers" now available.
NORFACE Migration Newsletter
The latest newsletter with news and information on the NORFACE Research Programme on Migration.
"Half Way" Newsletter for MIDI-REDIE Project Team.
NORFACE Compact - Spring 2013
The latest edition of Norface Compact “Migration: New Developments”, features recent research conducted under the NORFACE migration programme.
Discussion Papers and Journals Online
Project Teams of the Norface Research Programme on Migration are now welcome to submit their discussion papers for publishing online on the Norface Migration Website.
Research by CHOICES Team featured in ESRC
Norface discussion paper No:7 - "The Impact of Labour Market Dynamics on the Return–Migration of Immigrants" by Govert E. Bijwaard, Christian Schluter and Jackline Wahba features in ESRC - Impacts & Findings.
Past event: Norface Migration Conference
"Migration: Economic Change, Social Challenge"
A large interdisciplinary conference on "Migration: Economic Change, Social Challenge" was held from 6th - 9th April 2011, which was co-funded by the European Union and the NORFACE Migration Programme. This academic conference brought together about 300 scholars from subject areas such as: Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Demography, Anthropology, Education, Geography, Political Science, Development Studies.