To put it dramatically: A new chapter in EMMIR history begins!
While the first cohort is spread out all over the globe during their third semester, the second EMMIR cohort has arrived in Oldenburg to start their journey.
To welcome them properly, us guinea pigs recorded a little welcome message for our new colleagues.
Good to have you, we can’t wait to meet you in December.
Welcome, Cohort 2012-2014 from EMMIR-LOG on Vimeo.
OxMo, “the student journal dedicated to protecting and advancing the human rights of refugees
and forced migrants”, is accepting submissions for their fourth issue.
For further information, please visit: http://oxmofm.com/
The 4th annual Summer School on Migration Studies will take place in September 3rd – 7th 2012 at the University of South Bohemia in the beautiful and ancient city of České Budějovice, Czech Republic.
Deadline for applications: 30 June 2012
Application fee: EUR 100,- (incl. tuition, lodging, and half board)
More info: http://www.iom.cz/aktivity/summer-school-on-migration-studies-2012
Now, immigration of high-skilled workers to Germany is expected to become easier as country’s parliament has recently passed the legislation on European Blue Card scheme.
Last week, we had our first event in our series “Migration in the Movies”. Our screening of “For a Moment, Freedom” was attended by both EMMIR students and other students and friends from Stavanger.
This week’s film will be: “Va, Vis et Deviens – Live and Become” (2005) by Radu Mihăileanu.
The film follows a Christian Ethopian boy who disguises himself as an Ethopian Jew of the Beta Israel in order to escape the famine and draught in Ethopia. It follows his life in Israel after he is airlifted to Israel as part of the Operation Moses (Mivtza Moshe) in 1984.
You can find the trailer here:
If you’re in Stavanger, please join us on March 8, 2012 at 7pm in Room KA-051 (Kjell Arholm Hus) and join the facebook group or the facebook event for this week’s screening of “Live and Become”.
We’re really excited to announce a new EMMIR event: “Migration in the Movies”:
Fancy watching a movie about migration, integration, refugees, displacement, diaspora, … ?
Fancy having a chat about it afterwards?
Good times. The EMMIR students invite you to a series of movie screenings and discussions. There’ll even be snacks and refreshments.
The screenings will happen every Thursday at 7pm in Room KA-051.
We will try to show a variety of films from across the globe and look at the different ways in which migration, migrant, refugees and the like are represented on the big screen.
If you’re in Stavanger, please join us on March 1, 2012 at 7pm in Room KA-051 (Kjell Arholm Hus) and join the facebook group or the facebook event for this week’s screening of “For a Moment, Freedom”.