"Linking Scholarship and Activism in Migration Societies: Critical Inquiries"
December 13-15, 2018 at University of Oldenburg, Germany.
Scholarly activism and engaged interventions in migration societies;
Epistemologies and knowledge politics;
Decolonising epistemology in migration societies: indigenous knowledges;
Decoding heteronormativity and patriarchy: queer and feminist theory, intersectionality and activism;
Alternative methodologies and conceptual approaches - art and activism;
Partnerships between academia and civil society;
Responsibility and ethics in research and activism.
European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations
Erasmus+ EMMIR is the first African-European Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Migration Studies. The first cohort set out to study in September 2011; since 2013 the programme is fully accredited by the national agencies as part of the European pilot project JOQAR. By the end of 2017, five cohorts have graduated with a success rate of nearly 100%.
In summer 2016, the programme has been selected for further co-funding under the European Erasmus+ Erasmus Mundus label of excellence. Consequently, from 2017 onwards, another three editions of the study programme will be supported by a limited number of scholarship for both European and non-European students.