We are pleased to invite you to join our upcoming Webinar ‘Taking stock of the migration data in Europe’ on Friday, May 28 at 13:00 – 14:00 CET, which is part of our activities under the H2020 Project ‘Quantifying Migration Scenarios for Better Policy’ (QuantMig).
This webinar will be divided into two parts. In the first part, the soon to be launched QuantMig data inventory on stock and flow data on migration towards and within the EU will be introduced. This data inventory provides an overview of what data on migration stocks and flows is available, and can assist users in making the right choices in what dataset to choose in order to answer their migration related research question. Details on how the data inventory was created, and the quality assessment framework that is part of it will be introduced. After a demonstration of the data inventory website, a second part of the webinar will be devoted to a conversation with eminent experts on migration microdata: What are the main challenges related to migration now and in the future, and how can microdata provide answers? How can we make microdata known and accessibly to the research community?
Presentation: The QuantMig Data Inventory on European Migration Stocks and Flows
- Mathias Czaika, Head of Department and Professor in Migration and Globalisation, Danube University Krems
- Jarl Mooyaart, Researcher at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)
Panel Discussion: Are we sorted? Critical assessment of migration microdata in Europe
- Cris Beauchemin, Senior Researcher, French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)
- Nikola Sander, Research Director on Migration and Mobility, German Federal Institute for Population Research.
- Guido Tintori, Policy Analyst at the Joint Research Centre, Demography, Migration and Governance Unit, European Commission
- Moderated by Helga de Valk, Director of the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW/UG) and professor of Migration and the life course at the University of Groningen
This webinar is organised thanks to funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 870299.
Read more about the QuantMig project here and follow the project on Twitter.