The Future of Nordic Immigration Policies
Seminar at the Institute for Social Reseach, May 8th 2019, hosted by The Nordic Institute for Migration
With leading scholars from the Nordic countries, this seminar compared and discussed differences and similarities concerning Nordic immigration policies. Through the comparison of statistics, policies and discourses on immigration and integration from all five Nordic countries, the seminar identified current trends and predicted future scenarios for Nordic immigration policies.
Watch the live-streamed recording of the seminar:
See the presentations:
- Jan-Paul Brekke, Senior Researcher, Institute for Social Research: Trends in Nordic immigration policies
- Elina Pirjatanniemi, Professor of Law, Åbo Akademi: The future of family reunification in the Nordic countries
- Jens Vedsted-Hansen, Professor of Law, Aarhus Universitet: Current tendencies towards temporariness of protection: rationale and rhetoric
- Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, Professor of Law, Københavns Universitet: Deterrent policies - Nordic negative branding
- Anne Balke Staver, Senior Resecher, NIBR, OsloMet: Scandinavia’s segregated cities – policies, strategies and ideals
- Rebecca Stern, Associate Professor, Uppsala Universitet: National contexts – common dilemmas – Revisions of the Swedish temporary law, relevance for the Nordics
- Jan-Paul Brekke and Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen: Future scenarios for Nordic immigration policies
The seminar was financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security.