EU Accession Migration: Taking stock and looking forward - the West Midlands experience

Locations
University of Birmingham
Category
Research, Social Sciences, Students
Date(s)
Monday 25th March 2013 (09:30-17:00)
Contact

For more information, please contact Farhana Darwich at the Migration Partnership, f.darwich@wmcouncils.org.uk.

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EU Accession Migration: Taking stock and looking forward - the West Midlands experience
Date: Monday 25 March 2013 (9.30 - 5.00)

EU Accession Migration: Taking stock and looking forward - the West Midlands experience (PDF)

This conference is jointly organised by the Institute for Research into Superdiversity at the University of Birmingham, the West Midlands Strategic Migration Partnership, Migrants Right Network and the Migrants in Rural Areas (MIRA) project. It aims to analyse the impacts of post-2004 EU migration on the economy, public sector and community cohesion in the West Midlands.

Speakers already confirmed include:

  • Professor Anne Green (University of Warwick)
  • Dr. Carlos Vargas-Silva (Migration Observatory/University of Oxford)
  • Dr. Jenny Phillimore (University of Birmingham)
  • Dr Michal Garapich (University of Roehampton)

A series of evidence based workshops and discussions that will focus on both the challenges and opportunities linked with the recent economic migration will enable participants to put forward their experiences, all of which will be captured for a post-conference report. The conference will also consider the likely changes and impacts emerging from the opening of the UK labour market to Bulgarians and Romanians in 2014.

To register

A registration fee of £15 applies to all delegates except those in the voluntary and community sector who are exempt from this. To register your attendance please book at: http://eumigration2013.eventbrite.co.uk/# .For enquiries please contact Farhana Darwich at the Migration Partnership at f.darwich@wmcouncils.org.uk.