3rd Seminar of Studies on Brazilian Migration in Europe
(Communication - EU-wide - English)
Begin 04/04/2014 - 09:30
End 05/04/2014 - 18:00
Venue Institute of Education, University of London, Nunn Hall, 4th Floor, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL, London, UK
Organiser GEB - the Brazilian Migration to the UK Research Group
The 3rd Seminar on the Studies of Brazilian Migration in Europe has had two previous editions. The first one was in Spain in 2010 and then in Portugal in 2012. It is a biennial event which will have its third edition at the Institute of Education – University of London. This 2014 edition has been brought to the UK via the work being developed by GEB, the Brazilian Migration to the UK Research Group.
The Seminar has four main objectives:
- To enable researchers who study the Brazilian migration in Europe to exchange knowledge in relation to social, cultural, economic and political issues, among others, affecting this group;
- To encourage the development of partnerships between academics in different countries and institutions who develop work on Brazilian migration in Europe;
- To produce reference material on the latest pieces of work being developed on Brazilian migration in Europe;
- Finally, to contribute to think and develop policies and public actions which can improve the everyday life of Brazilians in Europe.
The 3rd Seminar of Studies on Brazilian Migration in Europe invites proposals for presentations (oral and posters) in Portuguese, Spanish and English on any aspect of research on migration. Topics may include: Business, cultural practices, discrimination, diversity, education, family, gender, health, identity(ies), media, migration flows, political representation, religion, return, sexuality, social networks, urban space, among others
Abstract should be no longer than 300 words maximum and can be in Portuguese, Spanish or English. Format: Title, Name, Affiliation, Type of presentation (Oral or Poster), Topic contribution and Abstract (Times New Roman, font size 12, 1.5 Space)
14th February 2014 – Abstract Submission Deadline; 28th February 2014 – Results (will be informed via e-mail). Please send your Abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org