Wednesday 28 April, 10:00 - Thursday 29 April, 17:00
IMISCOE PhD Lead Workshop on Norms and Values
Online via Zoom
Norms and Values in Institutions, Societies and Migration
This is a PhD lead workshop on Norms and Values hosted by the Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM), held online via Zoom on April 28th-29th.
'Is hospitality towards migrants a democratic value?'
Keynote address by Professor Sophie Guerard de Latour
We have the pleasure to announce that Sophie Guerard de Latour will be giving a keynote address at the IMISCOE/NoVaMigra PhD Led Workshop on Norms and Values.
Sophie Guerard de Latour is a professor of political philosophy at the Department of Social Sciences at École normale supérieure de Lyon, France. She has published extensively on a diverse set of topics, including multiculturalism, minorities’ rights, French republican secularism, integration and interethnic relations.
In this keynote she will address her most recent work: 'Is hospitality towards migrants a democratic value?'. With a starting point in the notion of ‘hospitality’, she explores the tension between ethics and politics, and accordingly between private and personal values.
The event is free and open to everyone.
When: April 29th, 2021 – 15.30-16.30
Call for abstracts
Owing to societal transformations at an increasingly high pace, norms and values have taken centre stage in many contemporary political debates and social subjectivities. As society transforms, so does the diffusion, transmission, and education of norms and values.
Many social science disciplines have explicitly and implicitly engaged in these debates and done profound work to inform our understanding of these transformations. However, definitions and usages of these salient analytical concepts vary across the social sciences and can become conflated or vague. Keeping analytical diversity in mind, the workshop aims to gather individuals from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds to discuss the study of norms and values within their work. The current call for abstracts extends an invitation to academics across the globe who work with norms and/or values.
▪ Absence of language, reproduction of discourse and value transmission around racialized identities – Panel Chair(s): Caroline Adolfsson, Marina Lazëri
▪ Answering to the roll call: challenges and good practices for the integration of immigrants’ children at school – Panel Chair(s): Giulia Dugar, Yuki Nagae
▪ COVID-19 and People on the Move – Prospects for Reshaping the Norms of Human Mobility in the European Union’s Migration Management – Panel Chair(s): Danijela Canji
▪ Critical Gender Perspectives to Family Reunification Regulations and Administrative Practice – Panel Chair(s): Nicole Stybnarova
▪ Equality for Immigrants in Theory and Practice – Panel Chair(s): Daniel Sharp
▪ In the Name of Liberalism? The Role of (Liberal) Values in Integration Policy and Practice – Panel Chair(s): Stefan Manser-Egli
▪ Norms and Values in Asylum and Migration Bureaucracy – Panel Chair(s): Johan Ekstedt
▪ Norms and values in EU migration, asylum and integration policy – Panel Chair(s): Alexandra Berger
▪ Polarization: Finding our way through the maze of theories, measurements and conclusions – Panel Chair(s): Quita Muis
▪ The capacity of institutions to promote values of equality and good relations between ethnic groups – Panel Chair(s): Adam Ridley
▪ The European Union as a Value Promoter in times of Value Crisis – Panel Chair(s): Michel Vincent Anderlini, Isobel Squire
- Abstracts submission deadline: January 25th 2021
- Notification sent to participants: February 1st 2021
- Final submission of papers: April 15th 2021
- Workshops held on zoom: April 28th -29th 2021
This workshop is organised by the IMISCOE funded research initiative on norms and values in migration and integration (NOVAMI) in collaboration with the H2020 project NoVaMigra (Norms and Values in the European Migration and Refugee Crisis) as well as the research schools of Global Politics and International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) at Malmö University.
The workshop organising committee consists of:
Ingrid Jerve Ramsøy