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    and trade in 1779 dependent on the power of water Even though industrial production ended in the factories in the 1970 90 s today new activities are pursued behind the old factory facades This guided walk gives a picture of a city that has met the challenges of the industrial change successfully Old and new go hand in hand we will start the tour by a visit to the Tampere Orthodox Church during the tour we will also visit the Finnish labour Museum werstas at the Finlayson area where you can visit the Textile industry Museum the Steam Engine Museum as well as the labour Museum s changing and permanent exhibitions The tour ends in Tallipiha Stable yards where we will be served some refreshments The charming Russian style houses have been restored to their 1880 s appearance and made home to a range of little gift shops artisans workshops and a café The tour is made on foot so good walking shoes are recommended we will walk slowly the total distance is less than 2 km THURSdAy 12 SEPTEMbER A city set between two sparkling blue lakes Tampere Sightseeing tour by bus at 15 30 17 00 From and

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    made the conference bags for Metropolis More details about NEMO Facebook Nemo Nekalan monikulttuurinen työelämävalmennuspaja From Local to Global Tampere is a Fairtrade Town Ethical and environmental aspects have been taken into account also in the Metropolis Conference Read more about the Fairtrade system and its benefits for local producers in developing countries www fairtrade net This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union The

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    and social justice High levels of increasingly complex international migration the new mobility have formed the basis of many conferences over the past five years in Tampere Metropolis plans to explore the new mobility from the broader context of how contemporary societies should integrate migration in their economic planning as well as their planning for social justice and security The global economic and financial environment that we will take into account at this conference includes the growing international competition for migrants especially those with high skills the development induced reversal of many migration flows and the high levels of multiple migration that globalization has encouraged how to manage the unmet demand to migrate from countries with younger populations and high levels of unemployment among young people and the effects on immigrant integration of the diminishing of the welfare state in many countries as government debt levels force expenditure reductions on social programs and wealth re distribution Tampere is well known to those in the field of international migration in the 1999 Special European Council of Tampere the EU began the process of making freedom security and justice including creating common policies on asylum and migration a top priority The 2013 international Metropolis Conference will take place furthermore in one of the Nordic advanced welfare states famous for their warm welcome to newcomers which has helped to foster the migrants transition from outsider to insider in the same vein these socio democratic welfare states allowed for a mild form of multiculturalism but with the declining economic fortunes of advanced welfare states such a smooth reception can no longer be taken for granted Today a more assimilationist mood prevails and impatience over the management of immigration and integration has become de rigueur as is the case in many other countries throughout the

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    1983 where he worked as administrator in the directorates General of Agriculture and development until 1991 and then as principal administrator and Member of Cabinet to Vice President Pandolfi in 1993 he was nominated Head of Unit Finances in dG development Shortly thereafter he became Member of Cabinet then deputy Head of Cabinet to Commissioner R Vanni d Archirafi From 1995 to 2000 he was deputy Head and then Head

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    Project at Citizenship and immigration Canada as its international Project director and became its Executive Head in 2002 He has concentrated on increasing the geographic reach of Metropolis enlarging the range of the issues it confronts and increasing its benefits to the international migration policy community by creating opportunities for direct and frank exchanges between researchers practitioners and policy makers Recent of his projects have included the creation of the Metropolis North America and Metropolis Asia initiatives and the creation of a Metropolis Secretariat in Asia Seoul Goyang si and Manila to supplement the Secretariats in Ottawa and Amsterdam He has just moved the Ottawa Secretariat operations from the Government of Canada to Carleton University in Ottawa Jean Christophe Dumont OECD France Jean Christophe dumont has been the Head of the international Migration division in the direction for Employment labour and Social Affairs OECd since 2010 He joined the OECd Secretariat in 2000 to work on international migration issues He directs the publication of the annual international Migration Outlook and numerous publications on the economics of international mobility of persons including on labour market integration of immigrants and on the management of migration flows He has worked on the international mobility of health workers to OECd countries and on the profile of international migrants in OECd and other countries He holds a Ph d in development Economics from the University Paris iX dauphine and has been a research fellow at the laval University of Quebec Canada Huiyao Henry Wang Center for China and Globalization China Huiyao Henry wang is the Founding director General of Center for China and Globalization a well known Chinese international think tank on global talents He is also a Vice Chairman of China Overseas Returned Scholars Association in addition he is also a Vice Chairman of

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    an organization prepared to cooperate with governmental institutions both on a national and European scale with local and peripheral administrations with social and health agencies with the world of voluntary work charitable institutions and associations with the system of organized interests as well as non profit organizations schools italian and foreign libraries and documentation centres international agencies diplomatic and consular delegations in 1996 ismu hosted the first international Metropolis Conference and since then professor lombardi has been the member of the Metropolis international Steering Committee and now project leader of the Metropolis Conference in Milan 2014 See also his publications e g Immigration from North Africa iSMU 2011 Prostitution and Human Trafficking Focus on Clients Springer london 2008 The Seventeenth Italian Report on Migrations McGraw Hill Milano 2005 Jeannette Money the University of California Davis USA Jeannette Money is Associate Professor at the department of Political Science University of California davis Her research agenda focuses on various aspects of immigration policy She has published a book The Political Geography of Immigration Control that explores the political consequences of immigrants geographic concentration She argues that local preferences are filtered through national political institutions that either magnify or negate citizen preferences for immigration control Her research also examines the prospects for international cooperation on issues of immigration a co edited volume Migration Nation States and International Cooperation examines regional cooperation on migration and provides an empirical overview of the types of cooperation and coordination that exists on a regional level The book argues that because migration generates few problems of collective action collaboration among states on migration will be quite limited dr Money is currently working on issues of citizenship and naturalization this research provides an empirical overview of naturalization laws globally and evaluates the determinants of changes in naturalization laws She

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    is since 2010 Mayor and chairman of the City Council in the city of Malmö Sweden He was before that deputy mayor for 12 years with integration migration life long learning and employment within his portfolio At Malmö University he was a member of the board of the School of iMER 1999 2003 member of the University board 1999 2010 Since the opening of MiM Malmö University s institute for Studies in Migration integration and welfare 2007 he has been the chairman of the Steering Committee And since 2010 he is chairman of the Faculty board of Odontology at the Malmö University He was a member of iMiSCOE s international Advisory board 2004 2009 and has been a member of the Metropolis international Steering Committee since 2004 He is chairman of the board of Encell National Centre for lifelong learning at the School of Education and Communication at Jönköping s University Ewald Engelen University of Amsterdam The Netherlands Ewald Engelen is Professor at the department of Human Geography Planning and international development Studies at the University of Amsterdam His recent international publications include E Engelen R Hendrikse V Mamadouh J d Sidaway 2011 Commentary Turmoil in Euroland the geopolitics of a suboptimal currency area Environment and Planning D Society Space 29 4 571 583 M b Aalbers E Engelen A Glasmacher 2011 Cognitive closure in the Netherlands mortgage securitization in a hybrid European political economy Environment and Planning A 43 8 1779 1795 E Engelen i Ertürk J Froud S Johal A leaver M Moran A Nilsson K williams 2011 After the great complacence financial crisis and the politics of reform Oxford Oxford University Press Olli Kangas Social Insurance Institution of Finland Finland Olli Kangas took his Ph d in 1991 in sociology at Helsinki University 1994 he was nominated

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    Finland Her areas of expertise include transnational migration cross cultural work multicultural training and multiple citizenship Professor Pitkänen has extensive experience in leading and managing large scale national and international research projects and has published widely in national and international fields She has coordinated three extensive international research projects funded by the ECs 3rd 5th and 7th Framework programmes She has been involved in various international networks e g the EU india Scientific working group on EU india Mobility Among the international publications are Migration and Transformation Multi level Analysis of Migrant Transnationalism eds with A İ çduygu d Sert Springer 2012 Multiple State Membership and Citizenship in the Era of Transnational Migration eds with d Kalekin Fishman Sense Publishers 2007 Multiple Citizenship as a Challenge to European Nation States eds with d Kalekin Fishman Sense Publishers 2007 Education and immigration Settlement Policies and Current Challenges eds with d Kalekin Fishman G Verma RoutledgeFalmer 2002 Maruja M B Asis The Scalabrini Migration Center Philippines Maruja M b Asis Ph d is director of Research and Publications of the Scalabrini Migration Center since 1999 The Center is a research institution dedicated to the promotion of the holistic and interdisciplinary study of migration issues in the Asia Pacific and the dissemination of evidence based information for policymaking advocacy and public discussions on migration dr Asis is trained in sociology and her areas of expertise include migration policies family gender and migration migration and development and migration data dr Asis has managed several international and national research projects She recently coordinated a three country study indonesia Philippines and Nepal on information programmes for migrants and has directed the Philippine component of several international projects recent examples include the Child Health and Migrant Parents in Southeast Asia Project and the Migrants Associations and Philippine

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