EU Migration Network - Early Career Researchers Workshop

EU Migration Network - Early Career Researchers Workshop

This specialist workshop for masters students, PhD students and post-doctoral scholars took place at the Auckland University of Techology (AUT). It explored the theme 'EU Migrant Integration and Community Building: Qualitative Analysis and Philosophical Perspectives'. The two-day event featured research training and professional development sessions, exposing young researchers to qualitative methods for critical engagement with EU and third country migration and integration concerns.

Drawing on the work developed by the PPCEUMI's Research Clusters, the workshop aimed to sharpen the skills and knowledge base of young scholars, while challenging popular perceptions about migration issues. Sessions were delivered by PPCEUMI network members Professor Martin Holland, Dr Rita Parker, Dr Kasia Williams, Dr Kate McMillan and Nicholas Simoes da Silva, and AUT Research Fellow Dr Merja Myllylahti.

For more information about the Policy, Politics, Culture: EU Migration and Integration (PPCEUMI) network, visit the network's webpage.

Date & time

Mon 24 Sep 2018, 9am – Tue 25 Sep 2018, 5pm

Location

Europe House, 56 Wakefield Street, Level 16, Auckland University of Techno

Contacts

ANU Centre for European Studies
+61 2 6125 9896

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