26th November 2013
What is the reality of migration and mobility in today’ s Eastern Europe? What will be the consequences of political actions and inactions on these patterns?
CARIM-East, as the first migration observatory focusing on the Eastern Neighbourhood of the European Union, attempted answering those questions. During its final dissemination workshop on 26th November in Brussels our team will try to get to the bottom of some of the myths and beliefs surrounding the questions of migration and mobility in all the countries of the Eastern Partnership, while discussing future scenarios as well.
2nd July – 3rd July 2013
The CARIM-East Thematic Session on Migration and Development in Carim East countries will be held in Florence on 2-3 July. It will be dedicated to the presentation of the research results on various aspects of the impact of migration on development of the countries of origin. Participants will discuss a range of topics and address the comparative outcomes across the countries.
21st January – 24th January 2013
Organized by the Migration Policy Centre (MPC) within the framework of the CARIM-East Project in co-operation with the Global Governance Programme (GGP) and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) through the Prague Process Targeted Initiative. Training addressed to civil servants and officials from Eastern Partnership countries and Russian Federation.
29th November – 30th November 2012
CARIM-East Thematic Session on the Integration and Reintegration of Migrants in the Countries of Origin and Destination
The CARIM-East Thematic Session on the Integration and Reintegration of Migrants in the Countries of Origin and Destination will be held in Tbilisi on 29th and 30th November. It will be dedicated to the presentation of the preliminary results of the second CARIM-East research reports on the integration and reintegration of migrants in the countries of origin and destination. Participants will discuss the first results and address the comparative outcomes across the countries.
25 June – 6 July 2012
VIII Migration Summer School on Social Movements, Systemic Change and Migration will take place in Florence between 25 June – 6 July 2012. CARIM-East project offers full fellowships to participate in the Summer School to qualified nationals of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Russian Federation.
26-27 April 2012
23 April 2012
CARIM-East Database Presentation at the European Commission
On 23 April 2012 CARIM East coordinating team presented the project database at the European Commission, DG DEVCO. The presentation targeted the staff of EU institutions and consisted of a practical training on how to use the CARIM East database in everyday work. This interactive presentation will be soon available on our website.
27-28 October 2011
The Second Training Session of the project “Observatory of Migration to the East of Europe” (CARIM East) will take place on 27th and 28th October 2011 in the premises of the College of Europe in Warsaw. During that meeting the methodologies of migration-related research will be discussed aiming at harmonization of definitions and methods (introduction to EU standards and good practices of data collection and analysis, presentation of various data collection methods in partner countries) especially focused on quantitative methods and analyses.
5 September 2011
CARIM-East presentation at SCIFA meeting
CARIM-East presented at the informal SCIFA meeting in Torun on 5 September 2011. Our colleagues from the Warsaw team, Joanna Nestorowicz and Zuzanna Brunarska held a talk on “Eastern Neighbourhood as a source of migration to the EU”.
Summer school on international migration
The VII Summer School on Migration in the Neighbourhood of the European Union offers professionals, administrators and researchers working in the field advanced training in migration studies, focusing on the area formed by the area formed by the European Union and its neighbourhood. The School will analyse the interactions of the regions of origin and the regions of destination; migration policies and the regulation of migration; and processes of integration.
23 June 2011
The project “Observatory of Migrations East of Europe” (shorter form: CARIM East) started officially on 1 April 2011. Now the kick-off meeting will offically launch the work of the Observatory network of researchers.
24 June 2011
The first in the series of technical workshops this meeting will allow for an in-depth discussion of the challenges of data collection in the countries covered by the Observatory of CARIM-East.