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3rd INTEGRIM SCIENTIFIC THEMATIC WORKSHOP

Work Package 4: Urban Integration, Residential Patterns and Mobility

Social Integration Policies and Equitable Cities

28-29 May 2015

IGOT, Universidade de Lisboa




Eventos Realizados

INTEGRIM SCIENTIFIC THEMATIC WORKSHOP
Work Package 4: Urban Integration, Residential Patterns and Mobility
 Ethnic Residential Segregation: New urban mobilities
25 Junho 2014
IGOT, Universidade de Lisboa

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Diversity in the City: Shifting realities and ways forward
Centre for Geographical Studies, IGOT, University of Lisbon
26-27th June, 2014
Programa Final
Sessões  Paralelas

YAMEC NETWORK START-UP WORKSHOP
Mobilities in Times of Economic Crisis
27-28 February | IGOT - UL

SEMINÁRIO: NOVAS DINÂMICAS MIGRATÓRIAS INTERNACIONAIS:
PORTUGAL NO CONTEXTO DOS PAÍSES DA OCDE
(Apresentação do Migration Outlook-2013 da OCDE em Portugal)
Auditório da Fundação Luso-Americana, Lisboa
29 de Outubro de 2013, 14h30

PROGRAMA


Workshop "Brasileiros em Portugal e Portugueses no Brasil"
4rd October 2013
IGOT-University of Lisbon, Room 1


INTEGRIM SCIENTIFIC THEMATIC WORKSHOP
Work Package 4: Urban Integration, Residential Patterns and Mobility
HOUSING POLICIES AND SOCIAL COHESION
30th September 2013, IGOT-University of Lisbon, Room 1


2013 INTERNATIONAL METROPOLIS CONFERENCE
http://www.metropolis2013.fi/

WORKSHOPS
11. Back to Good Old Centre-Periphery Capitalist Order: The Return of Emigration to Southern Europe
Organizer(s): Maria Lucinda Fonseca (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Jorge Malheiros (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Alina Esteves (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Presenters:
Maria Lucinda Fonseca (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Jorge Malheiros (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Alina Esteves (University of Lisbon, Portugal), José Carlos Marques (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Jennifer McGarrigle (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Jean-Christophe Dumond (OECD)
Commentator: Tuomas Martikainen (Tuomas Martikainen, Åbo Akademi University, Finland)
Topic Summary:
The economic recession is hitting hard the Southern European countries whose economies are diverging from the established parameters of European Union convergence. Framed by neoliberal principles, the economic decomposition of Europe seems to be leading to the building of a two-tier European Union with the Southern European nations supplying native citizens and third-country nationals to work in the Northern European labour markets. These rearrangements of flows have impacts in Central and Northern European countries experiencing some economic slow-down, which see increasing potential competition on their job markets and welfare systems. The goal of this workshop is to open room for discussing the recent changes in intra-European mobility of Europeans Union and non-European Union citizens, with Southern Europe assuming a double role of sending and transit region. Case studies from Portugal, Finland, Lithuania and other OECD countries will be examined across broad interdisciplinary domains.
 
 17. “Everyday” and Transnational Religion: Muslim Integration in European Cities
Organiser(s): Jennifer McGarrigle (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Lucinda Fonseca (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Alina
Esteves (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Presenters: Venetia Evergeti (University of Surrey, UK), Tuomas Martikainen (Åbo Akademi University, Finland), Jennifer McGarrigle (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Lucinda Fonseca (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Alina Esteves (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Topic Summary:
The accommodation of a more visible religious diversity in the public sphere has come under scrutiny in western cities and public discourse is imbued with concerns about the impact of religious affiliation and radicalization on social cohesion. Oftentimes, religion has been constructed as hindering social integration due to transnational and everyday local practices, such as residential clustering, in-group networks, cultural reproduction and religious transmission to younger generations. At the same time, research has shown belonging to a religious community can be a facilitator in the process of integration acting as a form of capital and providing representation. This workshop explores the role that religious identity and practice, both everyday and transnational, has on the incorporation of religious minorities, particularly Muslims, in European cities. Particular attention will be given to less well studied cases on the European periphery such as Portugal, Greece and Finland.
 
 64. Youth in Migratory Contexts: Configurations for Labour Market Incorporation
Organiser(s): Sandra Silva (Centre for Geographical Studies, IGOT-UL, Portugal)
Presenters: Clara Lindblom (Institute for Futures Studies, Sweden), Merja Turpeinen (Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland), Sandra Silva (Centre for Geographical Studies, IGOT-UL, Portugal)
Topic Summary:
As awareness of and information on the global situation of youth relations with the labour market are increasing, the priority given to this issue on the political, economic and social agendas of researchers, practitioners and policy makers all over the world is rising. This workshop aims to analyse and discuss this contemporary theme. Specifically it will address: i) The challenges faced by young migrants or descendants of immigrants when entering the labour market in destination countries; ii) which strategies and/or responses are implemented at the individual and institutional levels to address such issues; and iii) which differences exist between groups and territories in what concerns the strategies to address the insertion into labour markets by young workers in a migratory context. The session brings together practitioners and researchers that will present cases from Finland, Sweden and Canada.
SEE Workshop Programme HERE

IMISCOE 2013 WORKSHOPS

From the Economic Crisis to an Integration Crisis? Assessing evidence and policy responses in Southern Europe and beyond
Immigrant Associations in Southern Europe: Between the State and Political Militancy
Young Adult Mobility Options and Alternatives in Times of Economic Crisis
Call for Papers

Access to citizenship and its impact on immigration integration (ACIT)
Acesso à cidadania e seus impactes na integração de imigrantes
Workshop Nacional
Auditório da Fundação Luso-Americana, 28 de Janeiro de 2013
Rua do Sacramento à Lapa, 21 – Lisboa
Ver AGENDA
Link PROJECTO

Seminário Internacional
Imigração, Religião e Missões: Pentecostalismo e Catolicismo Carismático. Brasileiros na Europa
11 de junho de 2012
IGOT ­ - Auditório Orlando Ribeiro 
Universidade de Lisboa 
PROGRAMA

Inscrições: kachiatechio@gmail.com
Nota: Entrada livre, mediante inscrição prévia e sujeita à capacidade da sala

Conferência Inaugural do Doutoramento em MIGRAÇÕES
Área Estratégica de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa


The GEITONIES CONFERENCE
Generating Tolerance and Social Cohesion - Comparative Perspectives on Interethnic Coexistence in the City
28-29 April 2011
Programa Final

1st Announcement and Call for Papers

APRESENTAÇÕES – PROJECTO GEITONIES 

Social Relations in Multiethnic Neighbourhoods: The Role of Neighbourhood and Individual Characteristics
Lucinda Fonseca, Agata Gorny, Jennifer Mcgarrigle e Sabina Torunczyk-Ruiz
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal e Universidade de Varsóvia, Polónia

Living Together in Multiethnic Cities: Immigrants´ Networks and the Development of Interethnic Relations
Lois Labrianidis, Panos Hatziprokopiou, Nikos Vogiatzis e Manolis Pratsinakis
Universidade de Macedónia, Grécia

The Role of Contact in the Formation of Attitudes Towards Immigrants: The Local Context  
Ursula Reeger, Josef Kohlbacher e Philipp Schnell
Academia Austríaca de Ciências, Áustria

Key Elements in the Construction of Trust at the Neighbourhood Level: An Analysis of 18 Neighbourhoods across 6 European Countries
Marisa Sétien
Universidade de Deusto, Espanha

A different place for different people? Inequalities in the Effect of the Urban Neighbourhood on Individual Economic Prospects 
Flip Lindo, Emily Miltenberg
Universidade de Amesterdão, Holanda

Modes of Interethnic Coexistence in Multiethnic Metropolises
Lucinda Fonseca, Ursula Reeger, Josef Kohlbacher, Philipp Schnell e Jennifer McGarrigle
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal e Academia Austríaca de Ciências, Áustria

APRESENTAÇÕES – SESSÕES PLENÁRIAS

Immigrant Social Cohesion in Canada: Is it Working? Why is it Working?
David Ley
Departamento de Geografia, Universidade de British Columbia, Canadá

Segregation and Tolerance: Issues of Integration and Engagement
Ade Kearns
Departamento de Estudos Urbanos, Universidade de Glasgow, Reino Unido

Space and Politics at the Neighbourhood Level: Making Sense of Relations Between Ethnic Groups in Large Metropolitan Areas of Advanced Economy Countries  
Thomas Maloutas
Universidade de Harokopio, Grécia

Building Better Communities in Areas of New Migration
Deborah Phillips
Universidades de Oxford e Leeds, Reino Unido

APRESENTAÇÕES - WORKSHOPS

“We don’t want to be a Multi-ethnic City”: Conflicts about Migration at the Urban Level in Italy
Maurizio Ambrosini
Universidade de Milão, Itália

Marriage Patterns among Turkish and Moroccan Migrants in six European Countries
Sarah Carol, Mareike Wagner e Evelyn Ersanilli
Centro de Estudos Sociais de Berlim e Instituto de Migrações Internacionais de Oxford

Caring and the Role of Transnational Family Networks in the Transformation of the Citizenship idea of Immigrant Women in Spain
Maria Luisa Setién e Elaine Acosta
Universidade de Deusto, Espanha

Should We Speak of Peaceful Interethnic Coexistence or of Social Invisibilization of the Ethnic Other?
Aitor Ibarrola-Armendariz
Universidade de Deusto, Espanha



16ª Conferência Internacional Metropolis
Migration Futures: Perspectives on Global Changes
Ponta Delgada, Açores
 12–16 Setembro 2011
http://www.metropolis2011.org

Programa

Sessões Plenária

Workshops (Download Programa detalhado)

1st Announcement


WORKSHOP
LUSO-DESCENDENTES E VIVÊNCIAS TRANSNACIONAIS: ALGUMAS LINHAS DE INVESTIGAÇÃO
14 DE JUNHO DE 2011
10H00 – 17H30
SALA 4
Ver : Programa
Entrada livre
Edifício da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
Alameda da Universidade
1600-214 Lisboa
www.igot.ul.pt
WORKSHOP
Elaboração de Artigos Científicos para Publicação
30 DE MAIO DE 2011
14H00 – 16H30
ANFITEATRO III
Ver : Programa
Entrada livre
Edifício da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa
Alameda da Universidade
1600-214 Lisboa
www.igot.ul.pt



CEG

Centro de Estudos Geográficos (CEG)

Instituto de Geografia e Ordenamento do Território

Universidade de Lisboa (IGOT-UL)
Edifício da Faculdade de Letras
Alameda da Universidade
1600-214 Lisboa, Portugal
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