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    Motion decent work decent life Mobility of Health Professionals Focus on Feminization of labour Migration will focus on the following topics Ethical issues directions of mobility restrictions and regulations impacts of mobility on families and communities Duration 90 minutes 25 Assessing Foreign Qualifications Credentials and Mutual Recognition Agreements Between Canada and the European Union Room Opus 4 Tampere Hall Organiser s larry Colle Office of the Fairness Commissioner Canada Presenters Hon Jean Augustine Fairness Commissioner for Ontario Canada Mourad Mohand Said Architectural Certification board Canada irwin Fefergrad dentistry Regulatory College Canada Elli Heikkila Academic Research institute Finland Topic Summary The Office of the Fairness Commissioner was one of the first government institutions in the world that was created to ensure that everyone who is qualified to practice a profession in Ontario can get a license to practice particularly those internationally trained The Office works with the professions regulatory bodies to foster faster fairer licensing and to promote a climate of improvement The Honourable Jean Augustine will describe her work with Ontario s regulatory bodies to systemically ensure faster and fairer recognition of foreign qualifications The registrar of the Royal College of dental Surgeons of Ontario and the executive director of the Canadian Architectural Certification board will speak about Mutual Recognition Agreement efforts and equivalency measurement processes between Canada and the European Union for their Professions Ms Elli Heikkila Research director from the institute of Migration will address labour integration from a Finnish perspective Duration 90 minutes 26 Reforming Migration Management Between Industrialized and Emerging Economies in East Asia Room ViP room Tampere Hall Organiser s yasushi iguchi The Alliance of Cities with a High density of Foreign Citizens Japan Presenters yasushi iguchi The Alliance of Cities with a High density of Foreign Citizens Japan yasutaka Saeki Columbia University USA Kei

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    immigration it is important for new immigrant families to access social re distribution of resources opportunities and responsibilities To empower new immigrants in social capital requires the understanding of their family adaptation and parenting consequences on child development and needs for support as well as service programs serving them These issues are discussed using Canada and the Netherlands as examples Through inter sectorial and international collaboration the workshop integrates research conducted by researchers and practice carried out by the community organizations for supporting immigrant families in Canada and the Netherlands implications for social justice and for supporting immigrant families are suggested for immigrant programs and policy Duration 90 minutes 28 Nature and New Immigrants a Movement by Canada and Finland to Get New Immigrants in Touch With Nature Room Studio Tampere Hall Organiser s brandy yanchyk Filmmaker Canada Presenters brandy yanchyk Filmmaker Canada Kati Vähäsaraja Metsähallitus Natural Heritage Service Finland Topic Summary This session will look at how both Canada and Finland have organized nature programs which target new immigrants to help them integrate and learn about the nature in the new country they have moved to The programs take away the barriers that stop many newcomers from getting out

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    have urgently sought better practice for migrant integration for their services and for partners in other sectors This workshop reflects on their use of benchmarks charters and other transnational instruments to codify best practice on migrant integration with particular reference to Europe over the last decade besides practitioner and academic views the workshop refers to exercises led by the EUROCiTiES network and the Council of Europe Duration 90 minutes 30 Family Migration Fulfilling the Gap Between Law and Social Processes Room Aaria Tampere Hall Organiser s laura Zanfrini Catholic University of Sacred Heart italy Giovanni Giulio Valtolina iSMU Foundation italy Presenters laura Zanfrini Catholic University of Sacred Heart italy Giovanni Giulio Valtolina iSMU Foundation italy Jaana Palander University of Tampere Finland Topic Summary Recently family has been identified as a crucial factor in understanding migratory strategies and behaviours This workshop presents some issues emerging from the recent European experience The first presentation aims to recall main theoretical prospects placing emphasis on family and to identify some ideological traps that influence family immigration policies and practices The second presentation looks into the migration policies and legislation from a human rights perspective especially on the EU Court of Human Rights Article 8

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    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 from session on Tuesday 32 Metropolis Asia Current and Future Developments in Migration and Integration Part II Room Sopraano Tampere Hall Organiser s Ki seon Chung Migration Research and Training Center of the iOM Republic of Korea Frank laczko international Organization for Migration Geneva imelda Nicolas Commission of Filipinos Overseas Manila Presenters Ki seon Chung Migration Research and Training Center Korea imelda Nicolas Commissioner Commission on Filipinos Overseas Frank laczko international Organization for Migration Howard duncan Metropolis Secretariat Carleton University Canada Topic Summary This workshop will introduce the Metropolis Asian Secretariat and put together ideas about how to develop the Metropolis 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 undertaking by scholars from the region Duration 180 minutes continued from previous session 33 Healthcare in Multi Ethnic Societies A Comparative Approach Part II Room Hummeli Attila building yliopistonkatu 38 Organiser s berit berg Norwegian University of Science and Technology Trondheim denmark 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 Norwegian University of Science and Technology Tronheim Norway Kristin Thorshaug NTNU Social Research Norway Topic Summary This workshop will cover issues related to the provision of healthcare services to

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    in Finland Room Opus 4 Tampere Hall Organiser s Elli Heikkilä institute of Migration Finland Presenters ismo Söderling institute of Migration Finland Elli Heikkilä institute of Migration Marina wetzer Karlsson Family Federation of Finland Finland Sari Vanhanen Family Federation of Finland Finland Topic Summary This workshop will highlight Finland s population future up to 2050 and question what the role of immigration will be in the process The workshop will take a wider view to immigrants in the Finnish labour market posing questions such as what are their employment and unemployment rates in which economic branches are they located and in which professions And what is the role of education in finding a job The workshop will demonstrate how development actions can facilitate highly educated migrant women to enter the labour market Finally a special presentation will deal with the impact of labour migration from Estonia of medical care professionals Duration 90 minutes 36 Gender and Family Migration in Europe Legal Political and Social Dimensions Room Opus 2 3 Tampere Hall Organiser s Eleonore Kofman Middlesex University london UK Saara Pelander University of Helsinki Finland Presenters Eleonore Kofman Middlesex University london UK Saara Pellander University of Helsinki Finland Anne Staver institute for Social Research Oslo Norway Johanna leinonen University of Turku Finland Sue lukes Migration work Consultancy UK Topic Summary in the past decade migrant family relations have become one of the key migration issues in Europe as states seek to impose greater restrictions and conditions on flows and question the ability of family migrants to integrate The aim of this session is to combine different perspectives on family migration and explore family reunification and marriage migration in relation to media representation and discourses as well as policy making and implementation in a wide range of European states The session

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    current trends and focusing on relatively certain factors without accounting for future changes to more uncertain political economic social technological and environmental factors at the global level which are likely to lead to fundamental shifts in global migration patterns To explore these more uncertain structural drivers their consequences for migration and potential policy responses this panel uses a Migration Scenario Methodology developed by the international Migration institute s Global Migration Futures project This panel will launch the scenarios and final insights of the project for Europe and North Africa Duration 90 minutes 39 Competition for Skilled Immigrants Choice of Countries and Successful Adaptation Room Sonaatti 1 Tampere Hall Organiser s barry Edmonston University of Victoria Canada Presenters barry Edmonston department of Sociology University of Victoria Canada Saara Koikkalainen Faculty of Social Sciences University of lapland Finland Gilda Amaral Momo department of Social Science Catholic University of Sao Paulo brazil Jaana Palander School of Management University of Tampere Finland Micheline van Riemsdijk department of Geography University of Tennessee USA Topic Summary why do skilled immigrants choose one country over another especially if there is competition among countries to recruit these desirable immigrants How well do skilled immigrants adapt in their destination countries does adaptation vary for countries such as brazil Canada Finland and the EU This workshop addresses these questions concentrating on policy lessons and how governments can make informed decisions about the recruitment and successful integration of skilled immigrants Duration 90 minutes 40 Active citizenship and inclusion policy framework participatory practices and evaluation indicators in European and Canadian societies Room Studio Tampere Hall Name of Organizer Sinela Jurkova University of Calgary Canada Presenters luca Sebastiani University of Granada Spain Sinela Jurkova University of Calgary Canada Vincent Smit The Hague University of Applied Sciences The Netherlands Veronica Riniolo iSMU Foundation Catholic

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    the knowledge concerning the significance of registration varies and questions posed and details of information at registering often signify different issues for those who register and those who are being registered The answers may have unexpected consequences in migrants lives The interviews have been collected as part of the ongoing research project Mobile People Challenges to Population Statistics and Population Forecasts Duration 90 minutes 42 Russia s Labor Migrants Room Rondo Tampere Hall Names of Organizers Vera Peshkova dept of Analysis of Social political Processes institute of Sociology Russia linda Cook dept of Political Science and Pembroke Center brown University USA Presenters linda Cook dept of Political Science brown Univ USA Olga davydova Univ of Eastern Finland Finland Vera Peshkova dept of Analysis of Social political Processes Univ of Sociology Sergei Riazantsev Center of Social demography and Economic Sociology of the institute of Socio Political Researches of the Russian Academy of Sciences Olga Tkach Center for independent Social Research Russia Topic Summary Post soviet Russia has become a major receiving country for migrants Since 2000 Russia has attracted large numbers of labor migrants from former Soviet states mainly Central Asia who are engaged in circular and long term migration The

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    immigrants face there is a genuine need for research based and practical professional knowledge in order to be able to make recommendations for policy formation and implementation to educational authorities and educators at national European and international levels The workshop organizers invite others who are interested in this issue to join and contribute to the workshop Duration 180 minutes continues 44 Indicators of Immigrant Integration in International Comparison A Useful Tool For Improving Policies Part I Room Sonaatti 1 Tampere Hall Organiser s Katarina Heradstveit directorate of integration and diversity Norway Eva Haagensen The Ministry of Children Equality and Social inclusion Norway line Møller Hansen National Social Appeals board Ministry of Social Affairs and integration denmark Presenters Jean Christophe dumont international Migration division OECd belgium benedicte Falch Monsen The directorate of integration and diversity Norway Silje Vatne Pettersen Statistics Norway Norway Anne Folkvord Ministry of Children Equality and Social inclusion Norway Marian lyng Møller Ministry of Social Affairs and integration denmark Moderators Tim Szlachetko The directorate of integration and diversity Norway Katarina Heradstveit directorate of integration and diversity Norway Topic Summary The workshop will take a comparative approach to the integration of immigrants and their children Presenting monitoring systems case studies and benchmarking tools in Europe and Scandinavia the workshop will examine how to compare measures and communicate integration outcomes and developments Through the exchange of experiences presenters from the Organisation for Economic Co operation and development the European Commission Statistics Norway and the National integration Authorities in Scandinavia will discuss what type of indicators and monitoring systems better can support new and effective integration policies and targets The workshop will demonstrate the value of using indicators for both policy making purposes and for monitoring the gaps and developments in living conditions and wellbeing among immigrants and their children across

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