Volume 6, Congolese Migration to Belgium and Postcolonial Perspectives, 2013
On 28th September, Mohamed Nachi and Jean-Michel Lafleur organize a workshop entitled “The Tunisian Diaspora: What democratic representation?” at the University of Liège. Details can be found here: Programme Tunisian Diaspora
n view of the social, racial and territorial distancing practices against Congolese people, and the migratory policies which never took their arrival and settlement into account, one is tempted to assert that these discriminations are structural and consequently embedded in … Read more
Integration and international migration: pathways and integration policies (INTEGRIM) (project funded with support from the European Commission) INTEGRIM SCIENTIFIC THEMATIC WORKSHOP Work Package 2: Citizenship and Political Participation Friday, 13 September 2013 CEDEM, University of Liège Salle du Conseil, Liège, … Read more
Between mobility and sedentarity: Pentecostal and Evangelical communities in Belgium in a context of religious globalisation
Liège, 14 November 2013 Both in Belgium and in Europe, debates about immigration are generally dominated by a problematized Islam which tends to overshadow the current religious pluralisation in our societies. However, since several decades multiple forms of religious recomposition … Read more
Twenty years after the first ‘North African’ riots, in the winter of 2011-2012 Brussels was the scene of ‘Congolese’ demonstrations which some media and political officials qualified as riots. The idea that political conflicts of the Democratic Republic of the … Read more
Our 2012 Activity Report is now available under the “Publications” section of this website.
“Bringing Outsiders In: Immigrant Political Integration in Multicultural Cities” by John Mollenkopf, March 22nd
Upon the awarding of the title of docteur honoris causa to Dr. John Mollenkopf by the University of Liège, the Institute of Human and Social Sciences and the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM) presents the next “Rencontre du … Read more
Jean-Michel Lafleur’s new book on the right to vote of immigrants in home country elections is out. The book presents several years of research in Europe and Latin America on the external voting rights of diasporas and their impact on … Read more
The 2011 activity report of CEDEM is now available online. To read it, go to -> “publications” -> “annual reports“.