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Online Workshop on Ethical Issues in Migration Research

Wednesday 18 May 2022, 14:00 – 16:00 CEST

  @ECPR_Migration

Registration is now open! Secure your spot by Monday 16 May.

The ECPR Standing Group Migration and Ethnicity and IMISCOE Standing Committee Methodological Approaches and Tools in Migration Research (Meth@Mig) invite researchers at all levels to join their virtual Workshop on Ethical Issues in Migration Research.

About the Workshop 

Through hands-on exercises and group discussions, you'll have the chance to reflect on and directly engage with questions such as:

  • Do migration researchers deal with specific ethical dilemmas that are often not covered by general social science ethics codes?
  • How can we deal with these ethical questions in migration research?
  • Do ethical concerns vary depending on the main research methodology?
  • Can there be standardised ethical codes of conduct in migration research?
  • Should migration researchers consider ethical issues case-by-case in a context-specific way?

This Workshop welcomes scholars confronted with/interested in ethical challenges in migration research.

Doctoral students and early career researchers are particularly encouraged to join.

How to take part

You must have a My ECPR account to register. If you don't already have one, it's free and takes a few clicks to create.

To guarantee active engagement, participation in the event is FREE but upon registration.

Make sure to register by midnight BST on Monday 16 May.

Please complete the form linked within your registration confirmation email indicating your career stage, as well as providing a short description of the ethical challenges you have been confronted with in your own research/you are interested in (up to 200 words).

Speakers

Evren Yalaz

Interdisciplinary Research Group on Immigration, University of Pompeu Fabra (GRITIM-UPF), Spain

Justyna Salamońska

Department of Management in Networked and Digital Societies, Kozminski University, Poland


This Conference is organised in collaboration with IMISCOE Standing Committee Methodological Approaches and Tools in Migration Research (Meth@Mig) .

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