Events In 'Events' EventsIRiS Key Concepts Roundtable seriesSuperdiversity: International conferencePrevious events Back to 'Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS)' Dates for the diary Which aspects of integration should government prioritise? DateWednesday 1st March 2017Location: Ground Floor lecture theatre, Muirhead Tower, Room G15DescriptionIn this talk we discuss the findings from a recent report for DCLG on 'integration gaps' (defined as the existing disparities in the social, economic and political integration outcomes between minority groups and the white British majority). Film and talk: Wallah – Je te jure (2016) DateThursday 16th March 2017DescriptionDiscover the stories of men and women travelling along West African migration routes to Italy in the film 'Wallah - Je te jure', followed by a talk with journalist Giacomo Zandonini and Nando Sigona of IRiS. Seminar: Refugee settlement in the UK: longer term integration outcomes DateWednesday 29th March 2017Location: 1st Floor Muirhead Tower, room 122DescriptionThis seminar will discuss the results of a recent study into the experiences of resettled refugees who arrived in the UK in 2010 or earlier through the Gateway Protection Programme, the UK's resettlement programme. Understanding food insecurity in the US: potential insights for the UK DateMonday 3rd April 2017Location: Ground Floor lecture theatre, Muirhead Tower, Room G15DescriptionThe lecture will look at the extent, determinants, and consequences of food insecurity in the US and, as part of this, discuss some results for the UK. Unpacking superdiversity: New directions in diversity research DateThursday 25th May 2017Location: Room 417 Muirhead TowerDescriptionThe purpose of this symposium is to provide the opportunity to develop experience presenting research and researchers from all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply, and theoretical as well as empirical papers are welcomed. Displaying 1 to 5 of 5 Previous events Our Previous events page has a complete list of all events hosted by the Institute for Research into Superdiversity since its launch in June 2013.