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    Finnish Ministry of Employment and Economy The common title of the workshop series is world in Motion decent work decent life The Decent Work workshops will be focussing on the following issues migrant s access to job markets occupational health and safety social security worker s rights responsible business and recruitment and other ethical matters Duration 180 minutes continues 2 Source Countries as Players in the International Competition for Talent Part I Room Sopraano Tampere Hall Organiser s wei li Arizona State University United States of America Howard duncan international Metropolis Project Canada Presenters Graeme Hugo University of Adelaide Australia Paul Merwood Ministry of business innovation and Employment New Zealand wang Huiyao Centre for China and Globalization China binod Khadria Jawaharlal Nehru University india lucia lo york University Canada Qingfang wang University of North Carolina Charlotte United States of America wei li Arizona State University United States of America Silvia Nunes National Autonomous University of Mexico discussant daniel Hiebert University of british Columbia Canada Topic Summary in recent decades we have witnessed an intensifying global competition for skilled migration both students and high skilled workers More recently still we have seen the emergence of new players in the competition it

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    Germany Portugal and Sweden Duration 90 minutes 4 Designer Immigrants Outcomes From the Study Migration Pathway in Australia Canada New Zealand and Switzerland Room Opus 4 Tampere Hall Organiser s lesleyanne Hawthorne University of Melbourne Australia Presenters lesleyanne Hawthorne University of Melbourne Australia Anne Marie Masgoret immigration New Zealand Ministry of business innovation and Employment New Zealand Rosita Fibbi University of Neuchatel Switzerland Sophia lowe world Education Services Canada Topic Summary in the recent decade OECd countries have prioritized international students as a human capital resource driven by demographic contraction This paper describes trends in Australia Canada New Zealand and Switzerland in a context where export education and skilled migration have become inextricably linked The extent to which the study migration pathway delivers a win win for governments employers and international students is examined in depth through an analysis of a wide range of quantitative and qualitative data in the Australian case study for example employment outcomes for 78 000 international students in occupations associated with highly variable levels of labour market demand are examined by field qualification level language background source country and wage levels to assess their attraction to domestic employers compared to domestic graduates Duration 90 minutes 5 Attracting International Students to the European Union National Experiences and European Policies Part I Room Sonaatti 1 Tampere Hall Organiser s bernd Parusel Swedish Migration board Sweden Presenters Adel Naim Reyhani international Organization for Migration Austria Matthias M Mayer Federal Office for Migration and Refugees Germany Antonio Ricci idos dossier Statistico immigrazione italy berit Kiuru Finnish immigration Society Finland Krist ī ne b ē rzi ņ a The Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs latvia Magnus Ovilius directorate General Home Affairs European Commission belgium Emilie balbirnie European Migration Network Service Provider iCF GHK COwi bernd Parusel Swedish Migration board

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    public benefits and receiving them a complex dynamic based on tradition and constitutions This workshop will offer both case studies and policy recommendations that explore this rich and complex institutional interplay in immigrant incorporation Duration 90 minutes continues 7 Promoting Community Involvement and Inter Ethnic Contact in Multiethnic Neighbourhoods Part I Room basso Tampere Hall Organiser s Katja Vilkama City of Helsinki Urban Facts Finland Pia lindfors Finnish Refugee Council Finland Presenters Hanna dhalmann University of Helsinki Finland Jamil Syed Groruddalssatsingen Omrodelöft Furuset Norway Gunn indrevaer Groruddalssatsingen Omrodelöft Furuset Norway baukje Miedema Multicultural Association of Fredericton Canada Timo Karppinen Kotilo Project Finnish Refugee Council Finland lisa bamford de Gante Multicultural Association of Fredericton Canada Paula Mäki Kotilo Project Finnish Refugee Council Finland Topic Summary This workshop brings together practitioners and researchers from Nordic countries and Canada to share knowledge and best practices on neighbourhood initiatives and community work in multi ethnic neighbourhoods The session explores different strategies on how to promote inter ethnic contact and encourage residents participation in the local community The first half of the workshop will introduce best practices of the community work of the Multicultural Association of Fredericton among the newcomer youth in Canada and explore recent research results on grass root level encounters among the majority population and ethnic minority groups in the Nordic context The second half of the 180 minute session will introduce best practices of the community work carried out in multi ethnic neighbourhoods by the Groruddalssatsingen Områdeløft Project in Oslo and the Finnish Refugee Council s Kotilo Project in Finland Duration 180 minutes 8 From Knowledge to Action Impacting Political Decision Making and Policies in Migration Issues Room Small Auditorium Tampere Hall Organiser s Riikka Asa European Migration Network Finland Presenters Timo Turja The library of the Parliament Finland Rachel Ede

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    notions of law and the production of il legality are central to this process by engaging with the movement of people the workshop proposes that national space is not only a matter of geographically delineated places but both borders and the communities outlined by borders are acts The workshop explores the practices of borders and their manifestation through the creation of discursive and legal categories that are utilized to manage migration The panel addresses the notion of the border as an act as something that is done and produced through political practices and not as an extant state of affairs Topics that are relevant within such a frame include for example the biopolitical governance of movement administrative policy developments through which migrants are categorized into different groups and the points of intersection between forced and voluntary migration that complicate the national effort to manage migration Duration 180 minutes continues 10 Childhood and Migration Part I Room Rondo Tampere Hall Organiser s berit berg Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway Kirsten lauritsen HiNT University Norway Presenters Thale Skybak Save the Children Norway Veronika Paulsen NTNU Social Research Norway Kris Kalkman NTNU Social Research Norway Moa Nyamwathi lønning NTNU Norway Topic Summary This workshop will discuss subjects related to migrant families and children experiences life courses life conditions and life strategies in the Nordic countries The workshop will primarily focus on ethnic minority childhood Research questions related to issues such as ethnic background education social network and family support will be addressed Duration 180 minutes continues 11 Back to Good Old Centre Periphery Capitalist Order The Return of Emigration to Southern Europe Room ViP room Tampere Hall Name of Organizer s Maria lucinda Fonseca University of lisbon Portugal Jorge Malheiros University of lisbon Portugal Alina Esteves University of lisbon Portugal Presenters

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    in the process of becoming destinations for both their expatriates and for foreign students and other non nationals with the talents that employers are seeking in a remarkable and rapidly developing shift very large numbers of migrants from China and india are returning to their homelands A complex set of factors is responsible for this transformation of highly skilled international migration and this workshop will examine some of them particularly at the high end of the economy and the migration market Duration 180 minutes continued from previous session 13 Pre Migration Selection Services and Supports for Immigrants Experiences From Australia New Zealand and Canada Room Sonaatti 2 Tampere Hall Organiser s Sophia lowe world Education Services Canada Presenters lesleyanne Hawthorne The University of Melbourne Australia Anne Marie Masgoret immigration New Zealand Ministry of business innovation and Employment New Zealand Katrina Murray Canadian immigrant integration Program UK Timothy Owen world Education Services Canada Sandra Saric information and Communications Technology Council Canada Topic Summary in the past decade Canada New Zealand and Australia have placed unprecedented emphasis on the recruitment of highly skilled migrants despite the skill and education levels of these migrants perpetual challenges with the unemployment and underemployment of highly skilled migrants in Canada and Australia has led to much public policy debate and significant migration policy reforms Current emphasis is being placed on pre migration selection assessment upgrading and orientation and integration services to try to select migrants who will quickly and effectively integrate into the labour markets in both Canada and Australia in this workshop new Canadian and Australian initiatives for pre migration assessment and selection service provision and overseas support and integration will be critically examined Particular focus will be placed on foreign credential assessment and recognition at the pre migration stage looking at the challenges opportunities

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    immigration channels in light of a recent study on the immigration of international students to EU Member States that was conducted in the framework of the European Migration Network EMN this workshop looks national strategies to attract international students in Austria Germany italy Finland and latvia Further to this comparative approach the workshop also examines the impact of the EMN study and its outcomes on policy development at the EU level namely the drafting of a new directive on the admission and stay of third country national students Duration 180 minutes continued from previous session 16 Migrant Rights Room Small Auditorium Tampere Hall Organiser s Harald bauder Ryerson University Toronto Canada Presenters Harald bauder Ryerson University Toronto Canada Helene Urth Ramboll Management Consulting Copenhagen denmark Khadija Elmadmad directeure du Centre UNESCO droits et Migrations Maroc Sylvie da lomba law School University of Strathclyde Glasgow Topic Summary legal contexts define migrants access to rights and entitlements but also frame migrants degree of vulnerability and exclusion The presentations in this workshop address issues of migrant rights from various viewpoints they explore legal and administrative systems types of migration law court decisions and the conceptual underpinnings of policies affecting migrants they discuss local national and supra national scales at which migrant rights are enacted and they offer case examples from Europe Northern Africa and North America An overarching theme of the workshop concerns the vulnerability precarity irregularity and illegalization of migrants The workshop participants represent experts from the UNESCO Centre The law and Migration part of the UNESCO Civil Network Ramboll Management Consulting the University of Strathclyde and Ryerson University Duration 90 minutes 17 Everyday and Transnational Religion Muslim Integration in European Cities Room Opus 4 Tampere Hall Organiser s Jennifer McGarrigle University of lisbon Portugal lucinda Fonseca University of lisbon Portugal Alina

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    s Kotilo Project in Finland Duration 180 minutes continued from previous session 19 Enacting borders perspectives to the management of migration Part II Room Opus 2 3 Tampere Hall Name of Organizers Tiina Vaittinen Managing Editor Nordic Journal of Migration Research Eeva Puumala The School of Social Sciences and Humanities University of Tampere Finland Presenters Tiina Vaittinen Chair Managing Editor Nordic Journal of Migration Research Christine M Jacobsen iMER bergen Uni Rokkansenteret Jaana Palander University of Tampere Riikka Homanen Marja Alastalo University of Tampere Anitta Kynsilehto Euro Mediterranean Human Rights Network Martti Rudanko Synnøve bendixsen iMER bergen Uni Rokkansenteret Jaana Vuorio Finnish immigration Service Tiina Suominen Finnish immigration Service Eeva Puumala discussant University of Tampere Topic Summary One of the greatest fears among nation states continues to be the loss of control over their borders That loss would imply that the state has failed to protect the population within and the sense of national security is severely disrupted in this frame the management of migration is based on the effective supervision of migrant categories in various administrative practices the unwanted and risky migrants are distinguished from those that are welcomed to enter the national territory The notions of law and the production of il legality are central to this process by engaging with the movement of people the workshop proposes that national space is not only a matter of geographically delineated places but both borders and the communities outlined by borders are acts The workshop explores the practices of borders and their manifestation through the creation of discursive and legal categories that are utilized to manage migration The panel addresses the notion of the border as an act as something that is done and produced through political practices and not as an extant state of affairs Topics that are relevant

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    Asia and its Secretariats capacity to mobilize researchers policy officials and non government organizations in the region to enhance the collective understanding of migration its effects on societies and the migrants themselves The workshop will also feature presentations of ongoing and recently completed research relating to migration and re integration in Asia undertaken by scholars from the region Duration 180 minutes 22 Competition for Talent Challenges for Employers Room Meisti Stanssi Attila building yliopistonkatu 38 Organiser s Anne Guller Frey Tür an Tür integrationsprojekte gGmbH Germany Stephan Schiele Tür an Tür integrationsprojekte gGmbH Germany Presenters Kelly Pollack iEC bC Canada linda Manning University of Ottawa Canada Gilda Amaral C Momo Catholic University of São Paolo brazil Kerstin Grönlund iCUnet AG Make Success Global Germany Topic Summary Countries are differently competitive in a global race to attract talent depending on their labour market situation and various training models they offer if we want to recruit skilled workers from abroad what conditions should be offered what steps could be taken to improve intake channels for skilled labour Employers want job ready migrants but what can they expect and do they have to engage to get skilled workers for their company How can they get involved into the integration process what s about Good Practice in companies in the different countries in this workshop we want to discuss models from Germany and Canada Duration 90 minutes 23 Healthcare in Multi Ethnic Societies A Comparative Approach Part I Room Hummeli Attila building yliopistonkatu 38 Organiser s berit berg Norwegian University of Science and Technology Trondheim Norway Trine lund Thomsen Aalborg University denmark Presenters berit berg Norwegian University of Science and Technology Trondheim Norway Paul Abell Amsterdam diversity and integration Council Amsterdam The Netherlands ludovica banfi EU Agency for Fundamental Rights Vienna Austria Stina Svendsen

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