Exchange with the Non-Academic Public

With its interdisciplinary approach to migration studies the nccr – on the move occupies a unique position within the Swiss academic landscape. By bringing together experts from different fields, the NCCR is predestined to become a privileged interlocutor on many questions debated by the public. This dialogue is taking place in various formats, in various cities, and organized by various members of the nccr – on the move.

Labor Mobility and Skills Recognition: Insights from ASEAN and ECOWAS. Side Event to the 6th Thematic Session to Inform the Development of the Global Compact on Migration. Geneva, 13 October 2017.

Filmreihe zu Migration «On the Mov(i)e», vom Swiss Network of young Migration Scholars SNyMS. Bern. 3. April, 22. Mai und 8. Juni 2017 sowie 21. September und 30. Oktober 2017.

D’un statut provisoire à un statut durable. L’intégration des personnes relevant du domaine de l’asile. Berne. 12 décembre 2016.

Pour une sociologie “totale” des phénomènes migratoires. Michel Wieviorka, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales EHESS. Neuchâtel. 24 novembre 2016.

Mobilität – der Weg zum Erfolg? Basel. 27 September 2016.

Gemeinsam. Migrationsforschung im Dialog. Bern. 9. Dezember 2015.

We Citizens – Participation of Migrant Women in Switzerland. Discussion and Film Screening. Neuchâtel. 4 décembre 2015.

Study Week “Schweizer Jugend Forscht/La Science Appelle les Jeunes”. Neuchatel. 19 – 24 October 2015.

Cabinet of Realities at the Belluard Festival. Fribourg. 28 June 2015.