16 and 17 November 2009, Isaiah Berlin Auditorium, Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Latvia, Lomonosova 1a, Riga.
Inclusion Unaffordable? International conference on integration policy problems
Inclusion Unaffordable? The Uncertain Fate of Integration Policies and the Demonisation of Minorities and Migrants
in Central and Eastern Europe
On 16 and 17 November 2009 PROVIDUS in cooperation with Advanced Social and Political Research Institute (ASPRI) is organising an international conference "Inclusion Unaffordable? The Uncertain Fate of Integration Policies and the Demonisation of Minorities and Migrants in Central and Eastern Europe". The conference aims to assess the state and problems of integration policies in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe under current financial pressures and to address the issue of xenophobic political discourses in new EU member states. The event is supported by the Open Society Institute Think-Tank Fund, by the Embassy of Canada and by the Network of Education Policy Centres (NEPC).
Conference programme (846.50 KB)
The main funder: Think Tank Fund, Open Society Institute.
Other funders: Embassy of Canada to Latvia, Society Integration Foundation, Network of Education Policy Centers, Royal Netherlands Embassy