The Migration Conference 2021 Session Programme


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Summary Programme. 13

Day One 6 July 2021 Tuesday

Day One 6 July 2021 – 12:45-14:15. 17

1A        Migration and Integration. 17

1B        Education and Skilled Migration. 17

1C        Turkiye’nin Goc Deneyimi 17

1D        Gender, Sexuality and Migration. 18

1E        Migration Governance. 18

1F        Health and Migration. 18

1G        Return Migration. 19

Day One 6 July 2021 Tuesday 14:30-16:00

2A        Migration and Integration. 19

2B        Education and Migration. 19

2C        Youth Migration. 20

2D        AMERM Panel: Pandémie (French) 20

2E        Migration Governance. 20

2F        Welbeing and Migration. 21

2G        Communication and Migration. 21

 

Day One 6 July 2021 Tuesday 16:15-18:00. 21

Plenary Session

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday – 10:45-12:15

3A        Migration and Integration. 22

3B        Education and Migration. 22

3C        Turkiye’nin Goc Deneyimi 22

3D        Communication and Migration. 23

3E        Migration Governance. 23

3F        Health and Migration. 23

3G        Return Migration. 24

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday – 12:45-14:15

4A        Migration and Integration. 24

4B        Education and Migration. 24

4C        Youth Migration. 25

4D        Gender, Sexuality and Migration. 25

4E        Migration Governance. 25

4F        Health and Migration. 25

4G        Migration Theory: New Debates. 26

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday – 14:30-16:00

5A        Migration and Integration. 26

5B        History of Migration. 26

5C        Latin America y migracion (Spanish) 27

5D        Gender, Sexuality and Migration. 27

5E        Migration, Politics and Law. 27

5F        Religion and Migration. 28

5G        Migration Research: New Debates. 28

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday – 16:15-18:00

Plenary Session II

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 Thursday – 10:45-12:15

6A        Work, Employment and Migration. 29

6B        Space and Migration. 29

6C        Youth Migration. 29

6D        Families and Migration. 30

6E        Migration Governance. 30

6F        Health and Migration. 30

6G        Migration Theory and Research: New Debates. 31

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 Thursday – 12:45-14:15

Institute for Mobile Studies Special Roundtable

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 – 12:45-14:15

7A        Work, Employment and Migration. 32

7B        Space and Migration. 32

7C        Youth Migration. 32

7D        Migration and Identity. 32

7E        Migration, Politics and Law. 33

7F        Remittances. 33

7G        Insecurity, Conflict, Migration. 33

7H        Health and Migration. 34

Day Three 8 July 2021 Thursday – 14:45-16:15

8A        Work, Employment and Migration. 34

8B        Space and Migration. 34

8C        Migración y futuro de la arquitectura. 35

8D        Migration and Identity. 35

8E        Migration, Politics and Law. 35

8F        Religion and Migration. 36

8G        Analysing refuge and asylum process during the COVID age. 36

8H        COVID-19 Impact 36

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 – 16:30-18:00

Plenary Session III [Spanish]

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 Friday – 10:45-12:15

9A        Roundtable: Diversity in Diversity. 37

9B        Space and Migration. 38

9C        Economics of Migration. 38

9D        Migration and Identity. 38

9E        Migration, Politics and Law. 39

9F        Insecurity, Conflict, Migration. 39

9H        COVID-19 Impact 39

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 – 12:45-14:45

Plenary Session IV

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 – 15:00-16:30

10A      Environment and Migration. 40

10B      Education and Skilled Migration. 40

10C      Movilidad humana y Pandemia. 41

10D      Migration and Identity. 41

10E      Migration, Politics and Law. 41

10F      Gender, Sexuality and Migration. 42

10H      COVID-19 Impact 42

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 – 16:45-18:30

Special Panel: Syrian refugees in Canada, safe but worry about food

 

Day Five 10 July 2021 Saturday – 10:45-12:15

11A      Technology and Migration. 43

11B      Education and Skilled Migration. 43

11C      COVID-19 Impact on Migration Governance. 43

11D      Arts, Literature and Migration. 43

11H      COVID-19 Impact on Refugee Communities. 44

 

Day Five 10 July 2021 – 14:30-16:00

Special Panel: Türkiye Sınırötesi Kentlerde Göç Hareketliliği ve Kentsel Yaşanabilirlik: Afrin ve İdlib [Turkish]

 

Summary Programme

6 July 2021, Tuesday | DAY 1

11:45-12:30  Welcome Reception and Opening Panel [ Click here to Join ]

Welcoming Speeches:

12:30-12:45 – Break
12:45-14:15 – Parallel Sessions I
14:15-14:30 – Break
14:30-16:00 – Parallel Sessions II
16:00-16:15 – Break

16:15-18:00 – Plenary Session I [ Click here to Join ]
Moderator: Jeffrey H. Cohen, Professor of Anthropology, Ohio State University, USA
Keynote Speakers:

  • Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Loyola University Chicago, USA:

Alienating Citizenship: Insights from Mexico’s Deported and Returned Community

Commodification and Recalibration in Migration: Reflections from the Global South

 

7 July 2021, Wednesday | DAY 2

10:45-12:15 – Parallel Sessions III
12:15-12:45 – Break
12:45-14:15 – Parallel Sessions IV
14:15-14:30 – Break
14:30-16:00 – Parallel Sessions V
16:00-16:15 – Break

16:15-18:00 – Plenary Session II [ Click here to Join ]
Moderator: Philip L. Martin, Emeritus Professor, University of California, Davis, USA
Keynote Speakers:

  • James F. Hollifield, Director of the Tower Centerfor Public Policy and International Affairs at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA
  • Pia M. Orrenius, Vice President and Senior Economist Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, USA

  

8 July 2021, Thursday | DAY 3

10:45-12:15 – Parallel Sessions VI
12:15-12:45 – Break

12:45-14:30 – Institute for Mobile Studies Special Roundtable [ Click here to Join ]
Moderator: Eugene Ch’ng, Professor of Cultural Computing, School of International Communications, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Panellists:

  • Antonio Lam, Managing Director of Shores and Legal, London, UK: “How technology has transformed my job as an immigration practitioner
  • Dr Xiaoge Xu, Associate Professor in Media and Communication Studies, UNNC: “Mapping, measuring and modelling mobility: initial thoughts for global collaboration
  • Amira Halperin, Deputy Director of Institute for Mobile Studies, UNNC: “Mobile Phones and Forced Migration
  • Lei Hao, Teaching Fellow at School of International Communications;Research Fellow at Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies; Research Fellow at Institute for Mobile Studies, UNNC: “The Concretisation of Blockchain Technology in Chinese Technoliberalist Crypto Space
  • Troy Chen Director of Teaching, Assistant Professor in Media, Communication and Cultural Studies, UNNC: “Mobile Self-portrayal of Chinese maid A reflection of the social tensions between female domestic workers and the rising middle class in China

12:45-14:15 – Parallel Sessions VII
14:15-14:45 – Break
14:45-16:15 – Parallel Sessions VIII
16:15-16:30 – Break

16:30-18:00 – Plenary Session III [ Click here to Join ] [Spanish]
Moderator: Dr Ana Vila Freyer, Universidad Latina de MéxicoMexico
Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr Rodolfo Cruz Piñeiro, Director, Departamento de Estudios de Población, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico
  • Leticia Gutiérrez Valderrama, Scalabrinian Missionary, founder of SMR and Sergio Mendez Arceo National Human Rights Prize in Mexico; Diocesan Delegate for Migration – Diocese of Sigüenza-Guadalajara-Spain

 

9 July 2021, Friday | DAY 4

10:45-12:15 – Parallel Sessions IX
12:15-12:45 – Break
12:45-14:45 – Plenary Session IV  [ Click here to Join ]
Moderator: Dr Bahar Baser Ozturk, Coventry University, UK
   Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr Élise Féron,  Tampere Peace Research Institute, Tampere University, Finland: “Diasporas, new generations, and homeland conflicts: between transmission and rearticulation of the conflict heritage
  • Camilla Orjuela, Professor, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: “Diaspora struggles for memory and justice: opportunities and limitations

14:45-15:00 – Break
15:00-16:30 – Parallel Sessions X
16:30-16:45 – Break

16:45-18:30 – Special Panel: Syrian refugees in Canada, safe but worry about food [ Click here to Join ]
Moderator: Ginny Lane, Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Panellists:

 

10 July 2021, Saturday | DAY 5

10:45-12:15 – Parallel Sessions XI

Day Five 10 July 2021 – 14:30-16:00

Special Panel: Türkiye Sınırötesi Kentlerde Göç Hareketliliği ve Kentsel Yaşanabilirlik: Afrin ve İdlib [ Click here to Join ] [Turkish]

Chair: Prof. Dr. M. Murat Erdoğan, Türk-Alman Üniversitesi, Turkey

  • Doç. Dr. Serhat Erkmen (Jandarma ve Sahil Güvenlik Akademisi, Uluslararası Güvenlik ve Terörizm Ana Bilim Dalı Öğretim Üyesi): “Güvenlik Perspektifinden İdlib’te Toplumsal Sorunlar
  • Öğr. Üyesi Zeynep Banu Dalaman (İstanbul Ayvansaray Üniversitesi Göç Politikaları Araştırma ve Uygulama Merkezi Başkanı): “Göç Kaynak Ülkesinde IDP ( yerinden edilmiş kişiler) Hareketliliği ve Geri Dönüş Koşulları: Afrin
  • Murat Lehimler (Kentsel Gelişim ve Sosyal Araştırmalar Derneği Başkan Yardımcısı, Rumeli Üniversitesi Küresel Politikalar Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi Koordinatörü): “Suriye İç Savaşının Kitlesel Göç Hareketlilikleri Kaynağı Alan Analizi: Kuzey Suriye Analizi
  • Gökçe Ok (T.C. İç İşleri Bakanlığı Göç İdaresi Genel Müdür Yardımcısı): “Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü’nün Gönüllü Geri Dönüş Politikaları ve Süreçlerine Katkısı

16:00  END OF THE PROGRAMME

Please note this programme is subject to change without notice.

 

Day One 6 July 2021 Tuesday – 12:45-14:15

1A     Migration and Integration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ayşegül Kayaoğlu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

794    Performing diaspora: food, music and social integration among the South Asian diaspora in Hong Kong

Terence Shum

808    Migration Narratives in First Person: Life Stories of Brazilian Immigrants in Portugal

Patricia Posch and Rosa Cabecinhas

1062  Syrian Refugee Labor Market Integration in Austria: Field Reflections

Osama Hazzi

981    From Temporary Guests to Protracted Rival Invaders: Attitudes toward Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Ayşegül Kayaoğlu

776    EMPATHY “Empowering Migrants Promoting Inclusion via Capacity Building and Communities Engagement”

Amira Bieber and Benedikt Pötz

 

1B     Education and Skilled Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Sahizer Samuk Carignani, University of Pisa, Italy

910    Erasmus as a Perpetuator, not a Cause: Return to the Erasmus Ideals and Cities in the case of Highly Skilled Italians

Sahizer Samuk Carignani and Sandra Burchi

911    Education as a crucial key for integration of forced migrant new generation in Iran

Saeede Mokhtarzade

912    Conceptual Understandings of Mobility, Migration and Brain Drain: The Case of Highly Skilled Italians Abroad

Sahizer Samuk Carignani and Sandra Burchi

832    Highly skilled Syrian refugees  moving to the West: 5 Case Studies

Dua’a Al-Namas

 

1C     Turkiye’nin Goc Deneyimi [Click here to Join]

Chair:   H. Yaprak Civelek, Anadolu University, Turkey

1060  Ortadoğulu  Göçmenler ve Uluslar İlişkisinde Sürdürülebilir Kalkınma İdealinin Eleştirelliği

  1. Yaprak Civelek

791    “Türkiye-Yunanistan Sınırında Yaşanan Kitlesel Göç Hareketinin ve Gelen Göçmenlerin Edirne Yerel Basınında Temsiliyeti”

Jale Avyüzen Zobar

921    Türkiye’deki Nitelikli Suriyelilerin Sosyo-Ekonomik Entegrasyonunun Sosyal ve Beşerî Sermaye Yönünden Analizi

Mustafa Kemal Şan ve Pınar Yazgan

1022  Mülteci Krizi ve Türkiye Avrupa Birliği İlişkileri

İrfan  Gümüşlü

759    Mülteciler ve Göçmenler Üzerinde Covid-19 Hastaliğinin Değerlendirilmesi

Sibel Terzioğlu

 

1D     Gender, Sexuality and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Marta Lemos, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

552    Gendered experiences of educational migrant returnees in Covid-19 times

Chiedza Mutsaka Skyum

556    Identities put to the test of migration: the case of Russian homosexuals in France and in Canada

Ekaterina Koksharova

575    Life Stories of Three Syrian Migrant Women in Turkey: Rights and Gender Equality Experiences

Hulya Şahin-Erbektaş

890    Intimacy and Emotions in A Refugee Reception Centre in Portugal

Marta Lemos

 

1E      Migration Governance [Click here to Join]

Chair  Ülkü Sezgi Sözen, University of Hamburg, Germany

494    Can the UN’s Statelessness Global Action Plan Succeed? A Case Study of Myanmar

Katherine J Pratt

506    Administrative capacity vs. political will: the precarious existence of refugees and asylum seekers in South Africa

Meron Andemichael Okbandrias

515    Recentring the Political Figure – On Migration and Its Impact on Cosmopolitanism, State Identity, and Global Governance

Islam Ahmed

544    EU-Turkey Readmission Agreement In the Context of International Governance of Migration

Emrah Cengiz

 

1F      Health and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Liliana Meza Gonzalez, National Institute of Statistics and Geography, & Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico

560    The access to public medical services of young Central American migrants  in Mexico, before and after the 211 Migration Law

Ken Nishikata and Liliana Meza Gonzalez

600    Barriers to Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare for Documented Hispanic Migrant Women in the US: A Qualitative Study

Jessica Merone and Rossella De Facto

777    The other side of the coin: The role of operators and intercultural mediators in asylum reception system and health care access

Alda Kushi, Gul Ince-Beqo, Michela Camilla Pellicani

779    Understanding the Enablers and Barriers in Health Service Access among COVID-19-Infected Refugees in Turkey

Seyda Eruyar

1G     Return Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Sinan Zeyneloğlu, Istanbul Kent University, Turkey

563    “Oh my home, oh my home, when shall I see my home?” Initial findings of return migration intentions of professionals

Mohammed Abdullahi and Ngozi Louis Uzomah

649    Why do Lithuanian Migrant Families Return Home?

Ieva Ivinskyte and Vilmante Kumpikaite-Valiuniene

589    Re-emigration of Moldovan migrant communities: trends and consequences

Dorin Dusciac and Olga Coptu

492    Return migration intentions among Turks and Kurds in London

Ibrahim Sirkeci and Sinan Zeyneloğlu

 

 

14:15-14:30 BREAK

 

Day One 6 July 2021 Tuesday

 

Day One 6 July 2021 – 14:30-16:00

2A     Migration and Integration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Süreyya Sönmez Efe, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

585    Exploring the Experiences of Kurdish Refugees in Finland

Afrouz Zibaei

654    The Role of the Italian Civic Organizations in the Integration Process of Migrants and Refugees

Mariann Domos

663    Potential Diaspora Direct Investment in Wales

Sarah Louisa Birchley

743    Asylum policy and labour exploitation among asylum seekers and refugees in Italy. First research results

Natalia Maria Szulc

 

2B     Education and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Amina Ghezal, University of Exeter, UK

803    Bilingualism, Language Proficiency and Educational Achievements:  Are all subjects equal?

Hamutal Kreiner and Svetlana Chachashvili-Bolotin

809    Language: the key to integration? Exploring the complex role of language in integration processes

Helen McCarthy

887    “My Tuvaluaness starts with my language”: language use and preservation of the Tuvaluan diaspora in New Zealand

Amina Ghezal

699    From Root to Route: The Case of Syrian University Students in Istanbul As Active Agents of Transnational Spaces and Identities

Seyma Karamese

 

 

 

2C     Youth Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ana Vila Freyer, Universidad Latina de México, Mexico

676    The Impact of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) on Educational and Career Goals: A mixed-method study of DACA eligible students at a California public university

Nicole Dubus

511    Recognition and Exercise of the Social Right to Education. Challenges and Opportunities in a Multicultural Inclusion perspective

Elena Girasella

680    The Obama Administration’s Central American Minors (CAM) Program (215-217): A Safe and Legal Path to the U.S.?

Chiara Galli

497    Teachers’ Perceptions of Integration of Immigrant School-Students:  Ideal versus Reality – The Israeli Case

Adi Binhas

 

 

2D     AMERM Panel: Pandémie (French) [Click here to Join]

Chair: Mohamed Khachani, AMERM, Morocco

655    L’Afrique et la pandémie du Coronavirus, quels effets sur la migration ?

Mehdi Lahlou

668    Le droit de la famille en migration : quels conflits, quelles solutions ?

MALIKA BENRADI

690    Délivrance des documents d’identité et intégration socio-économique des migrants, réfugiés et leurs enfants au Maroc

Hajar EL MOUKHI

698    La fuite des compétences = Défis et opportunités pour le développement

ZEKRI Ahmed

1002  La protection juridique internationale des migrants (PJIM)

Ali El Mhamdi

 

 

2E      Migration Governance [Click here to Join]

Chair: Gökay Özerim, Yaşar University, Turkey

653    Migration and Governance: The Case of Filipino and Indonesian Irregular Migrants Workers in Sabah, Malaysia

Omer Faruk Cingir and Thirunaukarasu Subramaniam

674    Sons of the Yellow Emperor: Official Chinese knowledge production on migration and mobility

Carsten Schafer

876    Migration Focused NGOS: Changing Funding Mechanisms, Political Advocacy, and Efficiency

Jessica Marie Felder

 

 

 

2F      Welbeing and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Apostolos G Papadopoulos, Harokopio University, Greece

500    Nordic Welfare Chauvinism: A Comparative Analysis of Welfare Chauvinism in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.

David Andreas Bell

528    Second immigrant generation in the Norwegian welfare state

Bard Smedsvik

647    Review of Mental Health Presentations in Asylum Seekers Attending the Emergency Department

Jacqueline Eleonora Ek

902    Deep dive in the well-being of Romanian migrants in Greece

Apostolos G Papadopoulos and Loukia-Maria Fratsea

 

2G     Communication and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Vildan Mahmutoglu, Galatasaray University, Turkey          

549    International Student Migration and Polymedia: The Use of Communication Media by Bangladeshi Students in Germany

Md Matiul Hoque Masud

557    Visual representations of the refugee experience from those experiencing it. A case study of refugees from Syria into Greece

Anastasia Chalkia, Joanna George Tsiganou, Martha Lembesi

584    Speaking to not communicate as a state practice: the communication as border

Mafalda Carapeto

599    Content-analytical study of migrants in the leading Ukrainian media

Liudmyla Leonidivna Yuzva

 

Day One 6 July 2021 Tuesday

 

Day One 6 July 2021 – 16:15-18:00

Plenary Session I [ Click here to Join ]

Moderator: Jeffrey H. Cohen, Professor of Anthropology, Ohio State University, USA
Keynote Speakers
:

  • Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Loyola University Chicago, USA:

Alienating Citizenship: Insights from Mexico’s Deported and Returned Community

Commodification and Recalibration in Migration: Reflections from the Global South

 

END OF FIRST DAY

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 – 10:45-12:15

 

3A     Migration and Integration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Fanny Christou, Lund University, Sweden and Migrinter, University of Poitiers, France

671    (Im)mobility practices of refugees and (non-removed) asylum seekers struggling for access to resources: exploring integration processes in three Northern Italian cities

Iraklis Dimitriadis

715    Refugee Integration and State “Legitimation Crisis”: A Study of the Host and the Rohingya Communities in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

Md Reza Habib

740    Social and solidarity economy through the analysis of the Little Palestine in Berlin: integration, citizenship and identity in diaspora

Fanny Christou

746    Social cohesion in multiethnic and multicultural societies  Republic of North Macedonia

Agron Rustemi

 

3B     Education and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Olivia M. Joseph-Aluko, United Kingdom

836    GEMILLI project – Gender, Migration and Illiteracy

Margarida Barroso

749    Inclusive Education from the Perspective of Immigrant Parents: The Lithuanian Case

Vaiva Chockevičiūtė and Ausra Simoniukstyte

888    Mobility and Education in Nigeria: Accounts from the COVID-19 Era

Ishaq Abdulkarim Aliyu, Maryam Liman, Sadiq Abubakar Muktar

519    International education, digital worlds and entrepreneurial awareness: a case study based on the experience of Chinese students in France

Claudia Astarita

915    Understanding migrants’ identities: The role of universities and communities

Olivia M. Joseph-Aluko

 

3C     Turkiye’nin Goc Deneyimi [Click here to Join]

Chair  Yakup Çoştu, Hitit University, Çorum, Turkey

564    The Influence of Migration on the Cultural History of Islam A Review in The Context of the Quranic Commentary Studies of Early Period

Ömer Dinç

622    The COVID-19 Pandemic and Syrian Women Refugees in A Gender Perspective

Senem Gürkan ve Erkan Perşembe

835    Sicilya’ya İlk Müslüman Göçü ve Tesirler

Mehmet Azimli

1025  Göç Aydinlanma Sağlar mi? -Karşılaşma ve Yüzleşme Pratiği Olarak Göç ve Kimliğin Dönüşümü

Mehmet Evkuran

700    Salgin Döneminde Uzaktan Eğitim ve Yabanci Uyruklu Öğrenciler: Çorum İl Merkezi Örneği

Yakup Çoştu

 

3D     Communication and Migration   [Click here to Join]

Chair  Vildan Mahmutoglu, Galatasaray University, Turkey          

872    Representation of Syrian Refugees in Bianet.Org and Hürriyet Newspaper: A Comparative Study of Alternative Media and Mainstream Media

Derya Kurtuluş

639    Anti-immigrant narratives in times of real crisis. An automated content analysis of Italian political communication on social media

Anita Gottlob and Luca Serafini

 

3E      Migration Governance [Click here to Join]

Chair: Tuncay Bilecen, Kocaeli University, Turkey

634    Urban Forced Migrants in the City of Tel-Aviv: From Arrival to Resettlement City?

Lilach Lev Ari

580    Street Level Bureaucrats in Local Migration Governance: Going Beyond the Responsibilities

Elif Topal Demiroglu

623    Differential Inclusion at the Localities: A Study of Turkey’s Municipalities

Reha Atakan Cetin

629    Governing migration through housing: “Overt interventionism” and bordering practices in accommodation and support services

Regina C Serpa

 

3F      Health and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Michela C. Pellicani, University of Bari, Italy

778    Italian asylum reception system and health challenges: The Apulian case

Antonella Biscione, Gul Ince-Beqo, Michela Camilla Pellicani

648    Evaluation of the Relationship Between Language Barriers and Psychiatric Admissions in Migrated Residents Attending the Emergency Department in Malta

Christopher Giordimaina, Jacqueline Eleonora Ek, Michael Spiteri, Pierre Agius

862    Quickly Adapting to COVID-19 in a Chicago Refugee Clinic and Hospital Endoscopy Program

Benjamin Hirsch Levy III, Leibe Arroyave

553    Exploring the Impacts of Migration on Iranian Students Wellbeing

Forouzan Rostami and Mohmmad Mobin Rostami

 

 

3G     Return Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Selda Dudu, University of Seville, Spain

839    “From here to the border I’m Mexican, and from the border over there I’m American”: A look inside return migration and its complexities

Edgar Emmanuell Garcia-Ponce, Irasema Mora-Pablo, M. Martha Lengeling

673    Turkish Returned Immigrants’ Income by Gender Perspective

Selda Dudu and Teresa Rojo

552    Gendered experiences of educational migrant returnees in Covid-19 times

Chiedza Mutsaka Skyum

 

12:15-12:45 BREAK

 

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 – 12:45-14:15

4A     Migration and Integration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Sadaf Mahmood, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan

847    Integration Challenges of Pakistani Diaspora into West European Societies; a Gender Sensitive Analysis with a Focus on Germany

Sadaf Mahmood, Beatrice Knerr, Izhar Ahmad Khan

861    Experiences of social insertion of professional Mexican migrants in the United States

Lilia Dominguez Villalobos, Monica Laura Vazquez Maggio,

662    Mobilities, Networks and Changes of Chinese Migration:  Case study on Barcelona Metropolitan Area

Yuelu He

864    Experiences of social and psychological adaptation and identity formation of immigrant Turkish students in North Cyprus: Preliminary results

Aysenur Talat Zrilli and Şerif Türkkal

 

4B     Education and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Süreyya Sönmez Efe, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

819    “Brain Drain” Migration As Another Consequence of Corruption in the Republic of Kosovo

Adrianit Ibrahimi and Besa Arifi

756    Highly skilled migration in Russia: history, current trends and prospects

Alexander Subbotin and Vladimir Iontsev

758    Objective and subjective variables behind the working conditions of tertiary educated Mexican migrants in the United States

Lilia Dominguez Villalobos and Monica Laura Vazquez Maggio

731    Academic Brain Drain: The Case of North Macedonia

Blerta Ahmedi-Arifi

4C     Youth Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Afzalur Rahman, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

505    Unaccompanied Minors Inclusion in Greece: An Empirical Research

Dimitrios Georgiadis

512    SENSE OF BELONGING OF MIGRANT CHILDREN IN POLAND

Anzhela Popyk

645    Female Refugee Students and Sense of Belonging in Schools

Sonja Aicha van der Putten

714    “The young and the restless”: Second generation Chinese migrants in Thessaloniki

Georgia Sarikoudi

4D     Gender, Sexuality and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Sahizer Samuk Carignani, University of Pisa, Italy

919    Human Dignity and the Gendered Motivations for Migration among Iranian International Students in Canada

Erfaneh Razavipour Naghani

1048  Female Refugee Students and Sense of Belonging in Schools

Sonya  Van Der Putten

 

4E      Migration Governance [Click here to Join]

Chair: Gökay Özerim, Yaşar University, Turkey

498    Central American forced migration in transit through Mexico. Immigration ban and safe third country

Jorge Morales Cardiel

558    The resilience of the diaspora has shaped the institutional framework (Moldova case study)

Olga Coptu

571    Humanitarian assistance in the MENA region – The case of Hungary and Turkey in a comparative perspective

Tamas Dudlak

 

4F      Health and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Jeffrey H. Cohen, Ohio State University, USA

510    A Homing Journey: Notions of Home during the COVID-19 pandemic

Alejandra Castellanos Breton, Jose Guillermo Ricalde Perez, Lisa Marie Perez Sosa

551    No Escape: Refugee Experiences in the COVID-19 Lock-down in Malaysia

Hui Yin Chuah, Melati Nungsari, Sam Flanders

554    Assessment International Migrants Challenges during COVID-19 Pandemic

Forouzan Rostami and Mohmmad Mobin Rostami

578    General and Health-Related Networks and Social Capital during the COVID-19 pandemic: An Ego Network Analysis of Lusophone Immigrants and Portuguese Natives

Paulo Sousa Nascimento

 

4G     Migration Theory: New Debates [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ruchi Singh, Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, India

687    Water and forced migration: perspectives of human rights

Megumi Nishimura

718    Understanding the presence of the culture of migration in Kerala

R.B. Bhagat and Sulaiman KM

732    Measurement of Ethnic Diversity and Its Effect with the Recent In-Migration Rate

Tiara Maureen

757    Extraterrestrial Migration and the Transportation Model for a Space Colonization and Manufacturing System: Analyzing the Risks of Artificial Orbital Debris Accumulation

Stefani Stojchevska

 

14:15-14:30 BREAK

 

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 – 14:30-16:00

5A     Migration and Integration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ana Vila Freyer, Universidad Latina de México, Mexico

567    Successful migrant integration: Case Study Șomcuta Mare, Romania

Razvan Dacian Carciumaru

569    Would you please tell me, which way I ought to go? Central Americans crossing by or settling in Guanajuato

Ana Vila-Freyer

570    Refugee Integration in the United States and Germany: A Comparative Study

Alvina Ahmed

574    Uses and Gratifications of Digital Diasporic Media Amongst Same-Language Minorities: A Qualitative Case Study on the Venezuelan Immigrant Communities in Chile and in Colombia After the Refugee Crisis (2015 – onwards)

Matthias Erlandsen

 

5B     History of Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Caner Tekin, University of Bochum, Germany

547    Human movement from Turkey to Western Europe: A historical and theoretical assessment in the international migration context

Mehmet Rauf Kesici

603    Building Borders in the Wake of Empire: Missionaries, Religious Identity, and the Greco-Turkish Population Exchange, 1922-1923

Eulogio Kyle Romero

661    Changing Trends in Research on Turkish Migrants in Germany

Genevieve Golden Soucek

850    Perception of 1864

Melike Batgıray Abboud

800    Internal Migration and Higher Education in Turkey: University Expansion between 197-1975

Caner Tekin

 

5C     Latin America y migracion (Spanish) [Click here to Join]

Chair: Pascual Garcia-Macias, Universidad Tecnica Particular de Loja, Ecuador

587    Aporofobia y nacionalismo: el rechazo al inmigrante (pobre)

Laura Natalia Rodriguez Ariano

594    Retos para la Adaptacion Economiica y Social de la Poblacion Inmigrante Venezolana en el sur de Ecuador

Jessica Andrea Ordonez

609    International migration from Central America and Mexico to the United States in 221 in the face of structural crises, the Covid 19 and the Biden government

Rodolfo Garcia Zamora and Selene Gaspar Olvera

611    Migracion de jubilados en las playas del noroeste mexicano

Pascual Garcia

 

5D     Gender, Sexuality and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Wendelmoet Hamelink, University of Oslo, Norway

681    Masculinities at The Crossroad: War, Migration and Urban Poverty in The Case of Syrian Men in Ankara

Saeid Mozafari

786    The refugee journey: Gendered narratives of displacement, loss and hope by Syrian Kurdish women

Wendelmoet Hamelink

789    Gender differences in post-crisis emigrations from Spain

Sandra Lopez-Pereiro

815    Countering Discrimination and Hate Speech: Gender, Culture and Migration in New Media Environment

Selçuk Çetin and Tuğba Asrak Hasdemir

 

5E      Migration, Politics and Law [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ülkü Sezgi Sözen, University of Hamburg, Germany

631    The Problem of Immigrant Workers Who Later Acquired Citizenship to Borrow Their Service Period Before Being a Citizen

Nihan Gizem Kantarci

691    Non DAC donors and migration flows in the Third World

Megumi Nishimura

703    How do country of birth and citizenship affect perceptions of crime?

Gianluca Bortoletto

726    “They Know We Can’t Go to the Police: Narratives on Violence and Robbery from Sub-Saharan African Transit Migrants in Istanbul

Abdirashid Diriye Kalmoy

 

5F      Religion and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Eric M Trinka, James Madison University, USA

525    Buddhism, International Humanitarian Law, and the Protection of Internally Displaced People

Christina Anne Kilby

546    Representations of the Holy Land: The Impressions of Two Transnational Populations of Living and Working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Simeon S Magliveras and Sumanto Al Qurtuby

770    The Role of Interreligious Dialogue and Outreach in Strengthening Social Inclusion in Europe: the case of Network for Dialogue

Aleksandra Djuric Milovanovic and Amjad Mohamed-Saleem

517    Textual Placemaking as an Act of Religious Coping in ancient Judaism and the Biblical Corpus

Eric M Trinka

 

5G     Migration Research: New Debates [Click here to Join]

Chair: Süreyya Sönmez Efe, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

787    New patterns of migration in Mediterranean: North-South

Boutaina Ismaili Idrissi

630    The Role of High-Skilled Migrants in Home Country’s Innovation Development: A Theoretical Account

Irma Baneviciene and Vilmante Kumpikaite-Valiuniene

904    How perceiving refugees as threat may backfire on German’s health: An integrated threat theory approach

Saskia Judith Schubert

627    Appropriating the Global Neoliberal Humanitarianism:  Humanitarianism Narratives of Local Humanitarian Actors working with Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Hande Sözer

 

 

16:00 END OF SECOND DAY

 

Day Two 7 July 2021 Wednesday

Day Two 7 July 2021 – 16:15-18:00

Plenary Session II [ Click here to Join ]

Moderator: Philip L. Martin, Emeritus Professor, University of California, Davis, USA

Keynote Speakers:

  • James F. Hollifield, Director of the Tower Centerfor Public Policy and International Affairs at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA
  • Pia M. Orrenius, Vice President and Senior Economist Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, USA

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 Thursday

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 – 10:45-12:15

6A     Work, Employment and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Suzanne Menhem, Lebanese University, Lebanon

561    Work and New Moral Economy among Albanian Domestic Workers in Greece

Ajay Bailey, Armela Xhaho, Erka Caro

635    A Watched Pot: Food and the Everyday Resistance of Filipino Domestic Workers in Italian Households

Sophia Iosue

818    Global care chains with new actors: Au-Pairs

Tuana Bildircin

598    Migrant and domestic workers in Lebanon facing economic crisis and COVID-19 in Lebanon.

Suzanne Menhem

 

6B     Space and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair:   Simeon Magliveras, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

612    Interethnic Contact and Social Capital in European Immigrant Neighborhoods

Rui Carvalho

616    Being offline and online in a situation of forced immobility: the example of the Brenner border in northern Italy

Claudia Lintner

665    Refugees Social Relations and Local Community Perception: A Transnational Urbanism Analysis

Akino Midhany Tahir, Aswin Baharuddin, Darwis Darwis, Ikrana Ramadhani

682    Social network ties and the connections to city destinations among urban refugees in Uganda

Francis Anyanzu and Nicole DeWet-Billings

 

6C     Youth Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Pinar Yazgan, Sakarya University, Turkey

499    Learning Levels of Children from Short-Term Migrant Families: Evidence from Rural India

Leena Bhattacharya

516    Parent-Child Interactions: Perceptions of Migrant Children with Low and Significant Levels of Internalized Symptoms

Kristel Tardif-Grenier

555    Subjective configuration of the Dreamer youth as subjects with rights

Luz Maria Montelongo

597    Bil-bunduqyia al-hurryia: Sahrawi students between pens and riffles

Rita dos Reis

 

 

6D     Families and Migration   [Click here to Join]

Chair  Irene Tuzi, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy      

559    Family, friendship, and strength among LGBTQ+ migrants in Cape Town, South Africa: A qualitative understanding

Brett Greenfield, Edward  J Alessi , Melanie Yu, Sarilee Kahn, Shannon P Cheung, Sulaimon Giwa

508    Family Resources and Migration in Rural Senegal, West Africa

Henri-Pierre Koubaka

790    Doing Family across Borders:  Everyday Insecurities of Separated Syrian Households in Germany

Irene Tuzi

859    Parental work migration and the children left behind in rural Romania. A qualitative perspective

Gabriela Guiu, Georgiana Udrea, Malina Ciocea

728    Determinants of migration from rural households in India: An empirical

investigation

Shreya Nupur and Meghna Dutta

 

6E      Migration Governance [Click here to Join]

Chair: Gökay Özerim, Yaşar University, Turkey

802    The Efficiency of the International Organizations to Preserve the Refugee Protection Regime during International Crisis

Nihal Eminoğlu

644    At the Borders of the European Union: Irregular Migrants as a New Problem Area in Turkish-Greek Relations

Pınar Çağlayan

858    The Prohibition of Collective Expulsions in EU

Aikaterini Togia

713    What is the Value of Diplomacy for International Refugee Protection during Times of Crisis?

  1. Gökay Özerim

 

6F      Health and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Gul Ince-Beqo, University of Bari, Italy

775    Migrants and asylum seekers health right: Italian (and Apulian) legislation in the European contest

Alda Kushi, Michela Camilla Pellicani, Rosa Venisti

705    Investigating the Impact of Lack of Social Support on the Mental Wellbeing among LGBTQ+ Asylum Seekers and Refugees during Post-Migration in the UK

Ahmad Riaz, Faridah Nabagereka, Pearlgin Lindiwe Goba

793    Do immigrants from high-fertility countries adapt their fertility behaviour to Spain’s lowest-low and latest-late fertility regime?

Jesus Garcia-Gomez, Chiara Dello Iacono, Mikolaj Stanek

491    Investigating Prevalence and Associated Factors of Anxiety among Turkish Patients Treated at the NPZR

Elif Duygu Cindik-Herbrüggen and Rahman Demirkol

 

 

6G     Migration Theory and Research: New Debates [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ruchi Singh, Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, India

565    Reframing migrancy through intersectional analysis: conceptualizing the embodiment of the migration experience from the Mexican-United States migration field framework

Renato de Almeida Arao Galhardi

628    Between work and “invitation to travel”. In the Syrians refugees’ kitchens in Burgundy (France)

Jeremy Sauvineau

843    Practical Insight from a First-Timer’s Fieldwork

Elif Demirbas

884    Home’ and ‘homeland’ as mobile places: Re-examining the term country of origin in migration studies

Maria Panteleou

 

12:15-12:45 BREAK

 

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 Thursday

 

Day Three 8 July 2021

12:45-14:15

Institute for Mobile Studies Special Roundtable [ Click here to Join ]

Moderator: Eugene Ch’ng, Professor of Cultural Computing, School of International Communications, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Panellists:

Antonio Lam, Managing Director of Shores and Legal, London, UK: “How technology has transformed my job as an immigration practitioner

Dr Xiaoge Xu, Associate Professor in Media and Communication Studies, UNNC: “Mapping, measuring and modelling mobility: initial thoughts for global collaboration

Amira Halperin, Deputy Director of Institute for Mobile Studies, UNNC: “Mobile Phones and Forced Migration

Lei Hao, Teaching Fellow at School of International Communications; Research Fellow at Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies; Research Fellow at Institute for Mobile Studies, UNNC: “The Concretisation of Blockchain Technology in Chinese Technoliberalist Crypto Space

Troy Chen, Director of Teaching, Assistant Professor in Media, Communication and Cultural Studies, UNNC: “Mobile Self-portrayal of Chinese maid A reflection of the social tensions between female domestic workers and the rising middle class in China

 

 

 

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 – 12:45-14:15

7A     Work, Employment and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Joao Peixoto, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

865    Departure from Brazil, arrival in Portugal and England: work and career for Brazilian migrants

Andrea Oltramari, Duval Fernandes, Joao Peixoto

866    Out of sight, out of mind: Impact of COVID-19 pandemic in hidden unemployment on migrants’ collectives in European Southern countries

Andres Coco-Prieto, Laura Suarez-Grimalt, Montserrat Simo-Solsona

889    Employment Subsidise, Capacity Reinforcement, and Sanction: In Government’s activation governance for work promotion

Esien Eddy Bruno

875    Social and Economic Contexts of Migration: Why Turkey is Attracting Georgian Women Labour Migrants?

Meryem Ayşe Göktaş

 

7B     Space and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Fethiye Tilbe, Tekirdag Namik Kemal University, Turkey

509    Linking Urban Public Space and Migrant Integration: The Struggle for and the Magic of Time

Chen Qu

518    The Reception Assemblage: Rethinking the Relationship between Informal Settlements and Formal Reception Practices

Eleanor Paynter

521    Giving voice to the immigrants. Tensions and paradoxes in Participatory Theatre (Turin, Italy)

Francesca Quercia

822    Walking and Talking: Connecting Turkish/Kurdish Women’s Activist Memories with London’s Changing Landscape

Feride Kumbasar

 

7C     Youth Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ana Vila Freyer, Universidad Latina de México, Mexico

873    Challenges and reconfigurations on Global South initiatives for Higher Education: Habesha Project, a Mexican project for displaced Syrian youth

Ared Alejandra Garcia

874    Migrants Teen at School: The State Against Migration

Paula Alonso

877    A Spatial Appraisal of Education and the Vulnerability of Internally Displaced Children in Abuja: Durumi Camp

Stephen Ajadi

 

7D     Migration and Identity [Click here to Join]

Chair: Liat Yakhnich, Beit Berl College, Israel

495    “I have an identity, I have roots”: Identity experiences among young adult Ethiopian immigrants in Israel

Liat Yakhnich and Sophie D. Walsh

503    The future of differences in a world of migration

Orazio Maria Gnerre

593    Predominance of Kerala Muslims’ Gulf Migration; Trends, Pattern and Impact

Afsal K

619    Migration and Identity politics in Jordan

Nur Köprülü

 

7E      Migration, Politics and Law [Click here to Join]

Chair: Sevim Atilla Demir, Sakarya University, Turkey

857    Migration Diplomacy: A New Way To Bargain

Melek Özlem Ayas

625    The Impact of EU’s New Pact on Migration Diplomacy

Nur Seda Temur

834    Diplomacy of Diaspora: Analysis of Turkish Diaspora

Durmuş Çakır

 

 

7F      Remittances  [Click here to Join]

Chair: Farid Makhlouf, ESC Pau Business School, France

624    Remittances, Agriculture Investment and Cropping Patterns

Ubaid Ali

640    The Path of Remittances to Consumption or Saving!  Albania case study

Nevila Mehmetaj

666    Literature review on remittances‘ utilization in migrants home countries

Eugene Terungwa Agoh and Vilmante Kumpikaite-Valiuniene

675    Migration, Income and Remittances: Does The Host Country Matter?

Farid Makhlouf

 

 

7G     Insecurity, Conflict, Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Olgu Karan, Baskent University, Turkey

527    Division and Unity, Conflict and Cooperation: Sudanese Strive to Create Political Change in the Homeland

Lisa Richlen

685    Rohingya Refugee in Aceh Indonesia: Religious Solidarity or Human Solidarity?

Manotar Tampubolon

722    The carry-over effect of perceived threat from asylum seekers in Europe to Israeli local outgroups

Nonna Kushnirovich and Sabina Lissitsa

526    Racism on the Web: A Case Study on Representation of Syrian Hookah Smoking in Turkey

Olgu Karan and Banu Erşanlı Taş

 

 

 

7H     Health and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Sadhana Manik, University of KwaZulu, South Africa

903    No recourse to public funds and the necessity of social reproduction: the transnational dimensions of COVID-19

Michael Boampong

905    Interpreting with refugees in COVID times: increasing the vulnerability of beneficiaries and professionals

Daniela Herrera Rubalcaba, Maria Jesus Cabezon Fernandez, Pablo Pumares Fernandez, Ruben Rodriguez Puertas

1030  Challenges for asylum-seekers and refugees to become independent in times of COVID19 in Spain

Alberto García Martín, Elena Martínez Goytre, Pierina Cáceres Arévalo

1047  The Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on South African Migrant teachers

Sadhana Manik

 

14:15-14:45 BREAK

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 Thursday

 

Day Three 8 July 2021 – 14:45-16:15

8A     Work, Employment and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Fethiye Tilbe, Tekirdag Namik Kemal University, Turkey

504    The Reflection of Discrimination And Gender on Labour Rights: Syrian Women in Turkey- A Comparative Analysis

Aysel Ebru Ökten and Itır Aladağ Görentas

543    Undocumented migrants and the labour market in Chile

Marcela Gonzalez and Oana Burcu

548    Assessing the risks to labour exploitation among migrant workers in the UK

Alison Garnder and Oana Burcu

716    What attracts young talents to first-tier cities? Evidence from China

Chi Jin

 

8B     Space and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Pinar Yazgan, Sakarya University, United Kingdom

762    Communal space in community housing for Refugees in Transit

Akino Midhany Tahir

Febrianty Hasanah

766    Identifying gaps in refugee management in Indonesia

Akino Midhany Tahir

Jean Sonia Pantouw Langi

Nino Viartasiwi

659    When Do Workers Prefer Open Borders?

Kristina Sargent

522    Immigrants and Sao Paulo city (Brazil): interaction and sociability ways

Camila Escudero

 

8C     Migración y futuro de la arquitectura [Click here to Join]

Chair:   Emanuele Giorgi, Tecnológico de Monterrey in Chihuahua, México

1015  Sociedades receptoras: la arquitectura hospitalaria como inclusiva del migrante

Ana Laura García Hernández

1016  Principios de una arquitectura acertada a las necesidades de los migrantes

Estefany Hernández Gutiérrez

1017  La influencia del diseño arquitectónico en el bienestar de los migrantes refugiados

Laura  Sofia Martínez

1018  La arquitectura bioclimática como aliada para el bienestar de migrantes: estudio en climas áridos y fronterizos (Chihuahua, México).

Jacqueline Beltrán Palomares

1014  ¿Cómo la migración definirá el futuro de la arquitectura?

Paulina Elizabeth Martínez Gámez

 

 

8D     Migration and Identity [Click here to Join]

Chair: Inci Aksu Kargin, Usak University, Turkey

828    Claiming the Power of Un/Gratefulness: Refugees’ Narratives of Self

Irina Kyulanova

830    Production Perspectives in Central American Migrant Life Stories While in Transit at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Stephanie Kaczynski

831    Challenges in the Preservation of Cultural Identity:  The Case of Romanian Immigrants in Belgium

Anca-Diana Bibiri and Mihaela Mocanu

768    Brazilian women in Portugal, Colombian women in Spain. Illegality as a resistance strategy against the neoliberalization of life.

Andrea Souto Garcia and Nazaret Abalde Bastero

 

 

8E      Migration, Politics and Law [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ülkü Sezgi Sözen, University of Hamburg, Germany

615    The 217 Brazilian Migration Law:  innovations, gaps and political turmoil

Tatiana Waisberg

848    How the global pandemic influenced asylum applications and the principle of free movement in the European Union? The EU an agent of collective securitization in becoming?!

Edina Lilla Meszaros

821    Challenges of the Immigration and Refugee Recognition Act Bill in Japan

Yukari Ando

 

 

 

8F      Religion and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Deniz Cosan Eke, University of Vienna, Austria

652    Are transnational spouses more religious than movers and stayers? Spousal choice based on religiosity among Turkish migrants in Western Europe

Tolga Tezcan

725    Alevism as a Political-Theological Concept and Its Representation in Austrıa

Deniz Cosan Eke

701    Religious consciousness in the context of the migration situation: case of Russia

Irina Alexandrovna Savchenko

868    Construction of Collective Religious Memory in Migration Societies A Case Study from Austria

Evrim Ersan Akkilic

892    Transnational Muslim Humanitarianism: Syrian and other Arab Diaspora in Turkey

Yasemin Ipek

 

8G     Analysing refuge and asylum process during the COVID age [Click here to Join]

Chair: Mª Jesús Cabezón Fernández, University of Almeria, Spain

1029  ““No time to lose”: the quality standards of refugee reception conditions in European Union before and during the COVID age”

Encarnación La Spina

914    Challenges and work experiences in the Spanish assistance program for refugees during COVID-19 in a context of regulatory changes

Alexandra Rios-Marin, Beatriz Gonzalez-Martin, Clara Lopez Mora, Pablo Pumares

905    Interpreting with refugees in COVID times: increasing the vulnerability of beneficiaries and professionals

Daniela Herrera Rubalcaba, Maria Jesus Cabezon Fernandez, Pablo Pumares Fernandez, Ruben Rodriguez Puertas

1043  “Refugees in specific Mediterranean cases: what can we learn from grassroots fieldwork before and after the pandemic?”

Natalia  Ribas-Mateos

 

8H     COVID-19 Impact [Click here to Join]

Chair: Yaprak Civelek, Anadolu University, Turkey

583    Migration Physiology

Tamoghni Manna

683    Migrants and Digestive Pathologies in a Pandemic Context: A comparison between the French and the Swedish healthcare systems and migration policies

Fanny Christou and Niki Christou

738    Ethnic diversity in perinatal in Spain: the influence of family support

Chiara Dello Iacono, Jesús García-Gomez, Mikolaj Stanek

1001  Understanding the Enablers and Barriers in Health Service Access among COVID-19-Infected Refugees in Turkey

Turkish Red Crescent

 

 

16:15-16:30 BREAK

 

 

Day Three 8 July 2021

16:30-18:00

Plenary Session IIIClick here to Join ] [Spanish]

Moderator: Dr Ana Vila Freyer, Universidad Latina de México, Mexico

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr Rodolfo Cruz Piñeiro, Director, Departamento de Estudios de Población, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Mexico
  • Leticia Gutiérrez Valderrama, Scalabrinian Missionary, founder of SMR and Sergio Mendez Arceo National Human Rights Prize in Mexico; Diocesan Delegate for Migration – Diocese of Sigüenza-Guadalajara-Spain

 

 

END OF DAY THREE

 

 

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 Friday

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 – 10:45-12:15

9A     Roundtable: Diversity in Diversity [Click here to Join]

Chair  Tuba Bircan, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

833    Demographic (super-)diversity and metropolitanism: On inter-individual differences, untenably tidy categorisations and logics, and tousled urban realities

Lena Imeraj

1054  Integration, negotiation, interrogation: Climates of socialization for ethnic minority women in the academic workplace

Dounia Bourabain

1057  Who deserves more to be a refugee?

Duha Ceylan and Shagofah Ghafori

844    Understanding the Integration Process of Highly Skilled Migration from Turkey

Eda Ozdek and Tuba Bircan

1055  How work-based social rights leave highly skilled migrants vulnerable

Damini  Purkayastha

Tuba Bircan

 

 

9B     Space and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Gökay Özerim, Yaşar University, Turkey

842    Rivers and Memories: Migration, Ecology and Landscape in the Narratives of India’s Partition

Anuparna Mukherjee

882    Gender, agency, and the social imaginary in Japanese lifestyle migration to Europe

Yana Svezhenova Yovcheva

886    The Role of Lifestyle in Mexican Migration: Can Mexican Migration be defined as Lifestyle Migration?

Yolanda Lopez Garcia

881    LIFESTYLE MIGRATION IN TURKEY: THE CASE OF DATCA

Cemre Zekiroglu

 

 

9C     Economics of Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Ruchi Singh, Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, India

694    Typologies of remittances and Transnational Ties:  Study of Punjabi families in Netherlands, Gulf and Punjab (India)

Atinder Pal Kaur

695    The Impact of Albanian migration on their homeland in Tetovo, North Macedonia

Kujtim Ramadani

1061  Are Migrant Households better off than Non-Migrant Households: Insights from NSSO Unit-Level Data

Ruchi Singh, Uday Salunkhe, Vaishali Vivek Patil

721    How Labour Market Needs Distort the Outcome of Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition of Immigrants: Insights of a Systematic Review

Britta Klages and Lea Mustafa

 

 

9D     Migration and Identity [Click here to Join]

Chair: Emre Eren Korkmaz, Oxford University, UK

660    “My Grate in Migrate”: Interrogating the Shades of Multi– in Multiculturalism

Sukhpreet Kaur Bhatia

706    COVID-19 in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh: A litmus test of emerging agency among the refugee

Sodip Roy

723    Canadian Muslim Youth Identity Issues in Context of Global Conflicts

Aamir Jamal and Wasif Ali

747    Implications of Islam on minor girls in Europe; a gender identity crisis

Gireesh Bhatia

 

 

 

9E      Migration, Politics and Law [Click here to Join]

Chair: K. Onur Unutulmaz, Ankara Social Sciences University, Turkey

780    Complementary Protection Between Human Rights Obligations and Humanitarian Motives:  Italian Case Study

Gabriella Morrone, Maria Teresa Rovitto, Mariella Crisci

783    Interaction of Law, Culture, and Political Attitudes in Integration: Comparison of Four Countries Hosting Syrian Refugees

Ayşegül Balta Özgen

894    The “DREAMers” social movement in the context of hostile anti-immigration policies in the United States.

Jorge G. Arenas

812    Selfish States and Global Challenges of Human Mobility: COVID-19 Crisis as an Opportunity for States?

Kadir Onur Unutulmaz

 

9F      Insecurity, Conflict, Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Inci Aksu Kargin, Usak University, Turkey

838    Food security of temporary foreign farm workers under the seasonal agricultural worker program in Canada and the United States: a scoping review

Samer Al-Bazz

829    Between Insecurity and Agency: (Im)Mobility in Una-Sana Canton, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Philipp Themann

855    The Role of Capitals in Migrants’ Onward Migration Aspirations: The Syrian refugees in Turkey as a case study

Ibrahim Sirkeci and İnci Aksu Kargin

883    Gender-Based Violence in the Line of Transition: Stories From Nigerian Female Migrant Survivors

Avwerosuoghene Hope Golah-Ebue

 

9H     COVID-19 Impact [Click here to Join]

Chair:   Deniz Eroğlu Utku, Trakya University, Turkey

588    Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on migration processes in the Russian Far East and in the countries of Northeast Asia

Evgenii Gamerman

590    Closing the border for Chinese migration in the Russian Far East due to the COVID-19 pandemic: kill coronavirus or kill cross-border interaction?

Olga Zalesskaia

617    From offline to online: how the Lockdown challenged the refugee services in Italy

Claudia Lintner

621    The COVID-19:  Bringing the notion of “nation-state citizenship” back in?

Deniz Eroğlu Utku

 

12:15-12:45 BREAK

Day Four 9 July 2021

12:45-14:45

Plenary Session IV  [ Click here to Join ]

Moderator: Dr Bahar Baser Ozturk, Coventry University, UK

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr Élise Féron,  Tampere Peace Research Institute, Tampere University, Finland: “Diasporas, new generations, and homeland conflicts: between transmission and rearticulation of the conflict heritage
  • Camilla Orjuela, Professor, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden: “Diaspora struggles for memory and justice: opportunities and limitations

 

14:45-15:00 BREAK

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 – 15:00-16:30

10A    Environment and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Tuncay Bilecen, Kocaeli University, Turkey

530    Examining millennia of climate migration to understand climate change migration

Ilan Kelman

664    Potential implications of changing climate for human sustainability and migration across Asian Russia

Amber J. Soja, Elena I. Parfenova, Nadezhda M. Tchebakova, Susan G. Conard

799    Global Warming and Climate Refugees of 21st Century: A Threat Assessment of Sea Level Rise for the Looming Humanitarian Crisis

Ismail Utku Canturk

820    Reservoir-induced displacement and social participation: Evidence from the Spanish dictatorship

Laura Munoz Blanco

898    Catalyzing decision making for migration and sustainable water-energy-food systems – The Texas case study

Konstantinos Pappas

 

10B    Education and Skilled Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Inci Aksu Kargin, Usak University, Turkey

806    The integration of international faculty at Japanese universities: A qualitative approach

Lilan Chen

672    “We are known as aliens”: experiences of regional student migration to South Africa

Veera Tagliabue

823    Alternative Politics for Skilled Refugees: a comparative study of Syrians in Canada and Venezuelans in Mexico

Camelia Tigau

824    A Qualitative Analysis on the High Skilled Migration from Turkey to Canada

Çağla Ünlütürk Ulutaş

 

 

10C    Movilidad humana y Pandemia [Click here to Join]

Chair: Pascual Garcia-Macias, Universidad Tecnica Particular de Loja, Ecuador

689    Movilidad humana. Experiencia con las caravanas migrante en Centroamérica, México y los Estados Unidos de América

Diana Zambrano

893    Familias transnacionales mexicanas frente a condiciones de adversidad en Estados Unidos y Mexico: una perspectiva desde la resiliencia sociocultural

Jose Salvador Cueto-Calderon

899    Remesas Sociales en tiempos de Pandemia

Lisseth Alexandra Gordillo

1000  “MIGRACIÓN, ACCESO A LA SALUD Y TICS – Aprendizajes frente al Covid-19 México”

Pascual Garcia Zamaro

 

 

10D    Migration and Identity [Click here to Join]

Chair  Emre Eren Korkmaz, Oxford University, UK

734    “I never ever give up, I just continue my effort” individual-level narratives of resilience in forced migrants

769    Promoting LGBTQ Forced Migrants’ Integration in  Mexico City’s Labor Market: Perspectıves From Mexıcan Government Agencies & Civil Society

Rolando Diaz

860    Migrant identity, a mindset that comes with migrating. Narratives of tertiary educated middle class Mexican migrants in the United States

Monica Laura Vazquez Maggio

 

 

10E    Migration, Politics and Law [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ülkü Sezgi Sözen, University of Hamburg, Germany

748    Prolonged Liminality in the Transition from Asylum Seeker to Newly Recognised Refugee: A Temporal Exploration of Britain’s Asylum System

Hannah Underwood

755    What strategy to choose if it is impossible to obtain refugee status? The Case of Syrian Circassian Refugees in Russia

Alfiya Lyapina

761    University students’ preferences for restrictionist or lenient immigration policies

Jana Sladkova, Kristin Cook, Seokbeom Kim

774    Control as a nexus of the migration governance patterns (The case of the United States).

Jonathan Palatz

 

 

10F    Gender, Sexuality and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Şebnem Koşer Akçapar, Ankara Social Sciences University, Turkey

658    Gendered Dynamics of Labour Migration in Turkey: Migrant Women in Professional Sectors

Eleonore Kofman, Ezgi Tuncer, Zeynep Eren-Benlisoy

531    Women Refugees and Covid-19: The case of Greece

Foteini Marmani

651    Gender and Deskilling in Forced Migration:  A Study of the Experiences of Refugee Women in Turkey

Aysima Çalışan and Şebnem Koşer Akçapar

891    Pashtun Diaspora in Canada:  Bringing a culturally relevant model (Hujra) for a transformative learning approach to promote healthy masculinity and well-being

Aamir Jamal, Liza Lorenzetti, Omer Jamal, Sarah Thomas

 

10H    COVID-19 Impact [Click here to Join]

Chair: Liudmila Konstants, American University in Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan

737    Emergency COVID-19 and migrants: tips and comments related to retrospective study from February to July 2020.in a RC RC MondoMigliore of Rocca di Papa

Beatrice Casella

739    The pandemic Covid vax plan: the migrants and the citizens, two different sides of the same question

Beatrice Casella

763    How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Syrian government-assisted refugees in Canada

Abe Oudshoorn, Cindy Brown, Eman Arnout, Fawziah Rabiah-Mohammed, Leah Hamilton, Luc Theriault, Mohammad Zaid Bakhash, Mohammed El Hazzouri, Rima Tarraf, Sagida Elnihum, Sarah Benbow, Victoria Esses

845    Labor Migration and Pandemic Paradox

Liudmila Konstants

 

16:30-16:45 BREAK

 

Day Four 9 July 2021 – 16:45-18:30

Special Panel: Syrian refugees in Canada, safe but worry about food 

[ Click here to Join ]

Moderator: Ginny Lane, Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Panellists:

 

END OF DAY FOUR

 

Day Five 10 July 2021 Saturday

 

Day Five 10 July 2021 – 10:45-12:15

 

11A    Technology and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair  Emre Eren Korkmaz, Oxford University, UK

796    Knowledge Base Sphere of AI for Migration studies

Almila Alkim Akdag Salah and Tuba Bircan

880    The Identification Trap for Refugees Digital Identity Solutions for the Financial Inclusion of Refugees: Empowerment or Denial of Their Agency?

Emre Eren Korkmaz

 

11B    Education and Skilled Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Merita Zulfiu Alili, South East European University, N. Macedonia

731    Academic Brain Drain: The Case of North Macedonia

Merita Zulfiu Alili, Memet Memeti, Blerta Ahmedi Arifi, Pranvera Kasami

736    Education and skilled migration: UniCamillus’ educational offer

Beatrice Casella

827    High-skilled female labour migration from India in an age of Globalisation

Mia Maria Haugen Feuh

852    International Migration of Highly Educated, Stay-at-home Mothers: The case of the United Kingdom

Arzu Kırcal Sahin

 

11C    COVID-19 Impact on Migration Governance [Click here to Join]

Chair: Afzalur Rahman, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

897    The Covid-19 pandemic and its impacts on migration governance in Greece

Dimitra Manou, Anastasia Blouchoutzi and Jason Papathanasiou

637    COVID-19, Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh and the Uncertain future

Afzalur Rahman

678    Insecure Immigration Status and Covid-19

Nicole Dubus

11D    Arts, Literature and Migration [Click here to Join]

Chair: Ali Tilbe, Tekirdag Namik Kemal University, Turkey

851    Street art and migrations. The Ultrabandiere project

Anna Di Giusto

536    Welsh Italian Literary Accounts of Internment in World War II:  Les Servini’s A Boy from Bardi and Hector Emanuelli’s A Sense of Belonging

Manuela D’Amore

854    The migration crisis as a crisis of European civilisation in Terremoto by Jarosław Mikołajewski and Ewelina Barbara Śliwa

913    Narrative and Migrant’s Identity: Searching for the Meaningful Self Through Telling Stories from the Past in Kapka Kassabova’s Street Without a Name: Childhood and Other Misadventures in Bulgaria

Alina Ielisieieva

 

 

11H    COVID-19 Impact on Refugee Communities [Click here to Join]

Chair: Deniz Eroglu Utku, Trakya University, Turkey

636    The impact of COVID-19 on asylum seekers and migrants in Belgium

Julia Zomignani Barboza

Lisa Feirabend

650    The Impact of Covid-19 on different migrant groups in Turkey

Şebnem Koşer Akçapar

729    Combating Covid-19 Pandemic in 2020 Views and Experiences of the Pakistani Migrant Workers in Saudi Arabia

Muhammad Saeed

730    A Crisis within a Crisis: The Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Syrian and Palestinian Refugees in Jordan

Cevdet Acu

 

12:15-12:30 BREAK

 

Day Five 10 July 2021

12:30-14:15

Workshop with Film Screening: “Migration as Art Museum” by Stephen Copland [ Click here to Join ]

 

14:15-14:30 BREAK

 

Day Five 10 July 2021

14:30-16:00

 

Special Panel: Türkiye Sınırötesi Kentlerde Göç Hareketliliği ve Kentsel Yaşanabilirlik: Afrin ve İdlib [ Click here to Join ] [Turkish]

Chair: Prof. Dr. M. Murat Erdoğan, Türk-Alman Üniversitesi, Turkey

  • Doç. Dr. Serhat Erkmen (Jandarma ve Sahil Güvenlik Akademisi, Uluslararası Güvenlik ve Terörizm Ana Bilim Dalı Öğretim Üyesi)

Güvenlik Perspektifinden İdlib’te Toplumsal Sorunlar

  • Öğr. Üyesi Zeynep Banu Dalaman (İstanbul Ayvansaray Üniversitesi Göç Politikaları Araştırma ve Uygulama Merkezi Başkanı)

Göç Kaynak Ülkesinde IDP ( yerinden edilmiş kişiler) Hareketliliği ve Geri Dönüş Koşulları: Afrin

  • Murat Lehimler (Kentsel Gelişim ve Sosyal Araştırmalar Derneği Başkan Yardımcısı, Rumeli Üniversitesi Küresel Politikalar Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi Koordinatörü)

Suriye İç Savaşının Kitlesel Göç Hareketlilikleri Kaynağı Alan Analizi: Kuzey Suriye Analizi

  • Gökçe Ok (T.C. İç İşleri Bakanlığı Göç İdaresi Genel Müdür Yardımcısı)

Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü’nün Gönüllü Geri Dönüş Politikaları ve Süreçlerine Katkısı

 

END OF THE TMC2021 PROGRAMME

 

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