The MIRNet project ran from September 2019 until February 2023, focusing on migration and integration research and networking
The project is led by Tallinn University, an internationally renowned centre of expertise on migration and migrant integration issues, in cooperation with three internationally leading counterparts: the University of Sussex, Roskilde University and the University of Tampere.
Special Issue on Ideational Aspects of Migration and Integration Policy, Politics and Governance is Out!
The special edition published in Frontiers in Political Science / Frontiers in Human Dynamics includes an editorial and five articles with the common topics of integration and migration. Each study delves deeply into various aspects of ideations from diverse perspectives and at varying levels of investigation. All articles are open access.
New publication on relationalism in citizenship studies
Check out Raivo Vetik’s article “Field relationalism versus process relationalism in citizenship studies” in the most recent issue of Citizenship Studies journal https://t.co/YkwQYgdI4v
MIRNet roundtable on February 28 at the Tallinn University Annual Symposium of International Relations
MIRNet reseachers will discuss the research findings of the 42-month project at the Tallinn University Annual Symposium of International Relations on February 28, 2023 in room M-218 (Tallinn University Mare building, Uus-Sadama 5)
Join us for the panel that is held from 4 pm to 5.15 p.m.