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Föreläsningsserie om invandrare och utanförskap

Filosofiska fakultetens återkommande föreläsningsserie Strimman belyser under våren invandrare och utanförskap.

Vet din plats! – Om invandrare på den svenska arbetsmarknaden.

Så heter den första föreläsningen som handlar om olika sätt att se på relationen mellan invandring och arbetsliv. Måste invandrare tvingas eller hjälpas in på den svenska arbetsmarknaden?

Tisdagen den 17 februari hålls denna föreläsning av Anders Neergaard som bland annat forskar om rekrytering och diskriminering på arbetsmarknaden.

”Invandrarföreningar” – en medborgarrörelse för integration?

Aleksandra Ålund, professor i etnicitet, ifrågasätter i sin föreläsning invanda synsätt på ”invandrarföreningar” och ”invandrarkvinnor”. Den här typen av föreningar kan ses som ett tecken på att ett slags medborgarrörelse för integration håller på att växa fram i Sverige.

Föreläsningen hålls tisdagen den 17 mars.

Var finns utanförskapet? Vem är utanför vad?

Susanne Urban som bland annat forskar om storstadspolitik, föreläser den 21 april om vad som avses med begreppet utanför och hur ett bostadsområde kan befinna sig utanför. Vilka problem är det som kan uppstå på grund av geografisk koncentration?

Tid för föreläsningarna: Klockan 15.30 – 17.00

Plats: Humanistisk-samhällsvetenskapliga biblioteket, hus D, Campus Valla

Värd för programmen är REMESO, Institute for research on migration, ethnicity and society.


Eva Bergstedt 2009-01-12



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