Session 35:
What we talk about when we talk about international migration

Friday, June 23
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Room 6

Chair: Corrado Bonifazi, IRPPS.CNR, Rome

  1. How many and who? An up-date picture of the foreign migrants in ItalyGian Carlo Blangiardo, University Milan, Bicocca; Maria-Letizia Tanturri, University of Pavia

  2. Migration from the ‘New’ Europe to the UK: assessing its regional and local impactsAnthony G. Champion, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Cheryl Conway, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Mike Coombes, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Stuart Dawley, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Ranald Richardson, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Alison Stenning, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

  3. National sovereignty and its alternatives: an assessment of the report of the Global Commission on International MigrationPaul Demeny, Population Council

  4. Educational factors in the economic integration of foreign population in BelgiumSerge Feld, Université de Liège; Madeleinne Nantcho; Perin Sophie, Université de Liège

  5. Official International Migration Statistics in the EU - Data Availability and ComparabilityDorota Kupiszewska, Central European Forum for Migration Research (CEFMR); Beata Nowok, Central European Forum for Migration Research (CEFMR), Poland

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