East-West Migration in the EU

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EU MONITORING AND ADVOCACY PROGRAM
OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE
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16 OCTOBER 2007

NEW EUMAP CALL FOR PAPERS: “Across Fading Borders: The Challenges of East-West Migration in the EU”

EUMAP calls for articles about the impact and background of intra-EU mobility and migration, both in the countries of destination and the countries of origin.
Read the full Call for Papers at
http://www.eumap.org/journal/announcements/cfp_oct07.pdf

THEMES AND QUESTIONS
EUMAP would especially welcome contributions on one of the following themes:

• Policy responses to East-European migration in the countries of destination.
• East-European migration and the multicultural society.
• Immigration from the new Member States in comparison.
• The impact of emigration on the countries of origin.
• The Central European Member States as immigration countries.

A full briefing is included in the Call for Papers (http://www.eumap.org/journal/announcements/cfp_oct07.pdf).

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DEADLINE AND INSTRUCTIONS

Selected papers will be featured on eumap.org. Accepted authors will receive an honorarium of €200.

Papers should be written in English and be between 1,500-2,000 words. Papers should conform to the eumap.org editorial policy (http://www.eumap.org/journal/editpolicy).

Papers should be submitted by 19 November 2007. Please send submissions to submissions@eumap.org. Contact person: Joost van Beek.
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