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Friday November 8

09:00 - 09:45: Keynote: Barbara Czarniawska

10:00 - 11:30: Session V

11:45 - 13:15: Session VI

14:15 - 15:45: Panel discussion: Scaling Up and Institutionalizing Novel Migrant Integration Practices

16:00 - 16:30: Closing session

Session V: 10:00 - 11:30

Stream: Education
Session title: Inclusion and exclusion in education
Chair: Johannes Lunneblad

Newly arrived migrant children's experiences of schooling in Denmark from the 1970s to the 1990s. Jin Hui Li, Aalborg University

Encountering Swedishness through texts and curricula. Nanna Gillberg, University of Gothenburg

The Responsibility of Education to Support Full Integration. Jafia Naftali Camara, University of Bristol

Stream: Living conditions
Session title: Perspectives on social work and policies towards migrant families and children
Chair: Ingrid Höjer

With Children Northeast - Reaching Families with Migration Backgrounds in Socioeconomically Marginalized Areas. Amina Abdullahi & Linn Arbeus, Psychology unit linked to maternity and paediatric healthcare, Gothenburg

The protection of unaccompanied minors in migration with a special attention to emergency situations. Katarzyna Gromek Broc, University of Pavia

When home is not at home. Theoretical understanding of residential care as a home environment. Åsa Söderqvist & Ulrika Börjesson, Linnaeus University

An environmental sensitive model for the reception and establishment of asylum-seeking children in rural and urban settings in Sweden. Ildikó Asztalos Morell, SLU Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Stream: Health
Session title: Navigating Novel Healthcare Systems
Chair: Josephine Greenbrook

Transnational health practices among Polish migrants in Norway. Justyna Bell, Oslo Metropolitan University; Justyna Struzik, Magdalena Slusarczyk, Jagiellonian University & Paula Pustulka, University of Social Sciences and Humanities

Healthcare for asylum seekers and refugees: A study on the experiences of asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow. Niroshan Ramachandran, Edge Hill University

Health information about non-communicable diseases for Ethiopian and Eritrean refugees in Bergen, Norway: Impact on service uptake. Tesfaye Tariku Admassie & Marguerite Daniel, University of Bergen

Stream: Labour Market Integration
Session title: Integrating highly-skilled immigrants
Chair: Minna Paunova

High-skilled migrants’ employability: introducing the notion of risk. Annette Risberg, Copenhagen Business School

Labour market integration of highly skilled refugees in Sweden and The Netherlands.
Micheline van Riemsdijk, University of Uppsala & Linn Axelsson, Stockholm University

How can the European Union attract and integrate highly skilled migrants? The challenge of the EU's legal migration framework.
Almina Besic, Johannes Kepler Universität & Veronika Vasileva, European Policy Research, ICF

Struggling for Recognition: Highly-skilled Migrants' Cultural Capital in the Inclusive Organization.
Laurence Romani & Miguel Morillas, Stockholm School of Economics

Stream: Beyond the Imperial
Session title: Location of the Border - Externalization of Responsibilities/Rights
Chair: Gregor Noll

Navigating imagined migration in the face of development interventions: A theoretical framework. Alexander Jung, University of Gothenburg

The right to life under the EU Charter and the cooperation with third States to combat human smuggling and trafficking. Vladislava Stoyanova, Lund University

Externalization, postcoloniality and the manufacturing of displacement. Martin Lemberg-Pedersen, Aalborg University

Session VI: 11:45 - 13:15

Stream: Migration and Cities
Session title: Local Migration Governance - Migrant Strategies
Chair: Alexandra Bousiou

The adaptation process of highly-skilled migrants through participatory urban interior design. Selen Kurt, Istanbul Technical University

From Syria to Turkey: travel of cuisines by the hand of refugee entrepreneurs. Quang Evansluong, Lund University & Mehmet Eryílmaz, Uludag University

The agency of Refugees: The case of Syrians in urban spaces in Turkey and Jordan. Glenda Santana de Andrade, Université Paris 8

Migration and cities: discussion and conclusions

Stream: Labour Market Integration
Session title: Collaborating across sectors
Chair: Andreas Diedrich

Voluntary Organisations and the Translation of the Access-Paradigm in Berlin: Driving Forces in the Field of Refugees' Labour Market Integration. Jana Albrecht & Robert Jungmann, Technische Universität Berlin

New actors, new approaches to the professional integration of refugees in France. Sylvie Chevrier, Université Paris Est Marne-la Vallée

Procurement practices in collaborative spaces: Supporting labour market integration. Emma Ek Österberg & Patrik Zapata, University of Gothenburg

Stream: Beyond the Imperial
Session title: Location of Home - Disapora, Belonging and Memory
Chair: Vladislava Stoyanova

Passing on the torch of memory: Transitional justice and the transfer of diaspora identity across generations. Camilla Orjuela, University of Gothenburg

Diasporic narratives of assimilation and resistance. Barzoo Eliassi, Linnaeus University

Never at home: Barriers to immigrant integration in Sweden and Denmark. Crystal Brown, University of Oregon

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