Study Circle | Understanding Migration in Nordic and Baltic Countries

Symposium Theme | Justice Across Borders: Ethics and Human Movement

Dates | February 24-26, 2017 

Venue | Wrocław University, Poland


Eyrún Eyþorsdóttir | Hate crimes in the Reykjavik area

Marcin Janusz | Housing situation in Poland as determinant for migration

Joanna Machnis | Return Migration of Higher Educated Poles in Times of Economic Crisis

Wiktoria Michalkiewicz | The Other in Folkhemmet. The Language of Violence in Multicultural Sweden

Tiina Määttä | Challenging the cultural competency approach in social work

Giedrė Blažytė | Family migration to Lithuania: social adaptation challenges and opportunities

Marcin Fronia | Integration regimes of Scandinavian welfare states in comparative perspective. Insights from the research on Polish immigrant organizations in Sweden and Norway

Ninna Mörner | Cases and trends: human trafficking along migration routes

Hjördis Rut Sigurjónsdóttir | From migrants to workers

Sandra Oliveira e Costa | “We also run a language café”: Understanding the dynamics between a newly arrived workforce and companies in the urban development sector

Linda Sólveigar Guðmundsdóttir | Queer migration in Iceland

Gro Hellesdater Jacobsen | State of exception? Refugee and minority policies in Denmark

Milena J. Kalczyńska | Iceland-Placed People. The roles of Polish immigrants living in Iceland