Nordic Journal of Migration Research (NJMR) on ETMU:n ja Nordic Migration Research (NMR) -verkoston kansainvälinen, vertaisarvioitu ja open access -julkaisu. NJMR julkaisee sekä empiiriseen tutkimukseen pohjaavia että teoreettisia artikkeleita etnisten suhteiden ja kansainvälisen muuttoliikkeen tutkimuksen alalta. NJMR on jatkoa Norwegian Journal of Migration Research (2000–2009) ja Finnish Journal of Ethnicity and Migration (2008–2010) -lehdille. NJMR:ssä julkaistaan myös kirja-arvioita ja osa numeroista on teemanumeroita. NJMR tarjoaa ainutlaatuisen, monitieteisen ja ajankohtaisen näkökulman pohjoismaiseen alan huippututkimukseen. NJMR-lehteä kustantaa De Gruyter ja sen päätoimittajina toimivat Lena Näre (Helsingin yliopisto) ja Synnøve Bendixsen (Bergenin yliopisto). NJMR:n toimitussihteeri on Peter Holley (Helsingin yliopisto). Lisätietoa NJMR-lehdessä julkaisemisesta löytyy täältä.
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💕👋🏼Hello everyone! Stay safe 😷 and sane dear friends of ETMU. While you’re home and missing the outside world, ETMU’s got you covered. In our new series #whatwestudy, you’ll learn about some exciting research going on in Finland in the area of racialization, migration, and ethnic relations. Welcome to the second edition! Today, we introduce Riikka Era’s work. Her current/soon-to-begin ethnographic study is entitled
✨“Reception centre as a place of childhoods: Everyday lives of under school aged asylum seeker children in Finland”. ✨ As she says about her work: “It is important to produce knowledge with under-school-aged children living in reception centres. Some of them have lived all of their first years in these centres and that's the normal place of childhood for them. From societal perspective reception centres and the status they behold, the status of asylum seeker, are both intertwined with liminality and change, but the experiences of children are rooted in the present, in the here and now.” We look forward to hearing more about your work and wish you the best with such a sensitive topic! #thisisETMU #whatwestudy ... See MoreSee Less
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❗️DO YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED WITH ETMU OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO DOES? APPLY TO THE BOARD FOR 2021!
Do you want to influence what ETMU is, does and where it is heading? ETMU holds its statutory fall meeting on December 4 at 15.00, and will elect the new board for 2021.
If you want to find out about what the board does and what being a board member means in practice, contact ETMU chair Saara for more information (email@example.com).
If you want to apply for being a board member, send a message including a short introduction of yourself to our secretary Linda Bäckman Linda.I.Backman@abo.fi by November 30. There is a maximum of 7 places for new board members to fill this year. The board meets about 8 times a year, most of these meetings are held remotely these days. Being on the ETMU board means being part of a wonderful community of fellow researchers and working together to promote issues that you and the ETMU community find important – it is both fun and rewarding!
❗️ETMU AWARD 2020 – MAKE A SUGGESTION BY DECEMBER 1
The board of ETMU invites proposals for candidates for the 2020 ETMU Award. The deadline for the proposals is December 1, 2020. The board of ETMU will make
the decision based on the proposals. The recipient of the award will be
announced at the upcoming ETMU and NMR conference that will be held online in January 2021.
The ETMU Award is given annually to a person who has promoted ethnic relations
and cultural diversity in Finland and/or internationally. This person may be a researcher or a person with other merits in the field. Last year, ETMU awarded Elina Pirjatanniemi recognizing
not only her work, but the important contributions of the community of legal scholars in the fields of ethnic relations and international migration in Finland. Elina Pirjatanniemi’s example reminds us that as academics, we can and should speak out about injustices we encounter. It shows us that in times of polarization and heated debates over questions as politicized as asylum seeking
and migration, voices that remind us of fundamental human rights principles can and need to be heard. The recipients of the previous awards can be found here.
Please send the proposals with supporting arguments via email to ETMU's secretary Linda Bäckman Linda.I.Backman@abo.fi ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Hello, dear ETMU friends! In the coming months, ETMU’s social media channels (Facebook, Instagram) will start a new series called ✨What We Study✨, which introduces research projects related to the ETMU-themes of migration, racialization, and ethnic relations. If you are involved in such work or know about it and would like to see it in our channels, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is so much excellent work going on, let’s make it visible!
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