IMISCOE –International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion– is the largest European network of scholars in the area of migration and integration. This network focuses on comparative research and publications, in the IMISCOE book series as well as in the journal Comparative Migration Studies (CMS). The annual IMISCOE conference, whose last edition took place in Madrid 27th to 29th August 2014, is a key-moment in the agendas of most migration scholars in Europe.

As the organizing committee informs, the 11th IMISCOE- Annual Conference covered the theme ‘Immigration, Social Cohesion and Social Innovation.’ This year’s conference received a record number of proposals, over 200 in total. After a rigorous review, the Conference Committee accepted about 90 sessions, including research panels, policy workshops, book workshops and a number of working sessions by IMISCOE research clusters.

One of the sessions counted on the participation of Sebastian Rinken, researcher of the Institute for Advanced Social Studies, who presented the paper Public opinion toward immigration and immigrants in Spain: how to explain its surprisingly benign evolution in times of economic crisis.

More information about the IMISCOE Conference can be found here.

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