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Migration in Europe: Conference in co-operation with the study group Migration - Integration - Minorities of the German Society for Demography (DGD) on 5 November 2004

Publication:

Haug, Sonja and Swiaczny, Frank (Editors): Migration in Europe (in German language)
Lectures held at the 6th Conference of the study group Migration-Integration-Minorities of the German Society for Demography (DGD) in co-operation with the european forum for migration studies (efms) in Wiesbaden on 5 November 2004. Federal Institute for Population Research at the Federal Statistical Office, Materialien zur Bevölkerungswissenschaft (Materials on Population Science), Heft (Volume) 115 /2005, Wiesbaden

    Table of contents

  • Preface - Sonja Haug and Frank Swiaczny
  • Externalisation of control over migration in Great Britain and Spain - Andreas Ette and Margit Fauser
  • Migration in Spain - A case of exception among the southern European states? - Axel Kreienbrink
  • Immigration to Italy - Maren Borkert
  • Migration to Poland - Edda Currle
  • France within the EU-internal migration system (EU15) - Sandra Beer
  • Migration and allochthone population in the Netherlands - Frank Swiaczny
  • Migration in Albania - Daniel Göler
  • Migration from middle and eastern Europe to Germany - Sonja Haug
  • Migration to Germany in the context of the EU enlargement - Stefan Rühl
  • Transnational migration networks in Lithuania - Sabine Boomers

Conference programme

  • 10.00 hrs: Charlotte Höhn, Director of the Federal Institut for Population Research (Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung), Wiesbaden: Welcome address


  • Topics block I: Migration in Europe

  • 10.15 hrs: Andreas Ette and Margit Fauser, CRC "Transformations of the State", Bremen: Externalisation of migration policy? The cases of Britain and Spain
  • 10.45 hrs: Axel Kreienbrink, IMIS Osnabrück: Migration and migration policy in Spain
  • 11.15 hrs: Maren Borkert, european forum for migration studies (efms), Bamberg: Italy
  • 11.45 hrs: Break
  • 12.00 hrs: Edda Currle, european forum for migration studies (efms), Bamberg: Migration to Poland
  • 12.30 hrs: Sandra Beer, Institute for urban and regional planning (Institut für Stadt- und Regionalplanung), University of Aix-Marseille: France within the European migration system
  • 13.00 hrs: Lunch break
  • 14.00 hrs: Frank Swiaczny, Federal Institute für Population Research (Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung), Wiesbaden: Migration and the allochthone population in the Netherlands
  • 14.30 hrs: Daniel Göler, Institute for Geography (Institut für Geographie), University of Bamberg: Migration in Albania
  • 15.00 hrs: Sonja Haug, (Federal Institute for Population Research (Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung), Wiesbaden: Emigration from middle and eastern Europe: the case of Bulgaria


  • Topics block II: European migration in Germany
  • 15.30 hrs: Stefan Rühl, european forum for migration studies (efms), Bamberg: Migration to Germany in the context of the EU enlargement
  • 16.00 hrs: Break
  • 16.15 hrs: Sabine Boomers, Institute for Ethnology (Institut für Ethnologie), Free University of Berlin: Lithuanian migrants and entrepreneurship. About the development of new economic structures through transnational networks
  • 16.45 hrs: Matthias Neske, european forum for migration studies (efms), Bamberg: Illegal migration to and through Germany

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