Programme Scheme (preliminary version, changes possible)

  • 07.03.2018 - Pre-Conference
    10:00 am
    Registration
    10:30 am - 11:00 am
    Welcoming words
    11:00 am - 11:45 am
    Presentation MOVE results
    11:45 am - 12:45 pm
    Discussion with invited speakers
    12:45 pm - 01:00 pm
    Input of the European Platform on Learning Mobility (EPLM)
    01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
    Lunch
    02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
    Workshops on 6 mobility types (higher education, voluntary work, employment, vocational training, pupil's exchange, enterpreneurship)
    03:30 pm - 04:00 pm
    Summary of group findings and conclusions
    04:00 pm - 04:30 pm
    Break / farewell
  • 08.03.2018 - Final Conference Day 1
    08:00 am
    Registration
    09:00 am - 09:15 am
    Greetings speech by Dean Georg Mein
    09:15 am - 10:15 am
    Key-note lecture 1
    Prof. Dr. Bridget Anderson
    Youth migration and precarious employment of young people
    10:15 am - 10:45 am
    Coffee break
    10:45 am - 12:30 pm
    12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
    Lunch
    01:30 pm - 03:00 pm
    03:00 pm - 03:15 pm
    Short coffee break
    03:15 pm - 04:15 pm
    Key-note lecture 2
    Dr. Valentina Cuzzocrea
    Youth and Mobility
    04:15 pm - 05:00 pm
    Panel discussion
    05:20 pm
    Social event (incl. bus transfer) - Schengen / boat trip & dinner
  • 09.03.2018 - Final Conference Day 2
    08:00 am
    Registration
    09:00 am - 09:15 am
    Wrap-up day 1
    09:15 am - 10:15 am
    Key-note lecture 3
    Prof. Dr. Martin Kahanec
    Economic perspectives on migration and mobility
    10:15 am - 10:45 am
    Coffee break
    10:45 am - 12:30 pm
    12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
    Lunch
    01:30 pm - 02:30 am
    Key-note lecture 4
    Prof. Dr. Rubén Hernandez-Leon
    Cross-border US/Mexico in comparison to third country immigration EU
    02:30 am - 03:00 pm
    Wrap-up day 2 and in general
    03:00 pm - 03:30 pm
    Goodbye coffee
  • 07.03.2018 - Pre-Conference
    10:00 am
    Registration
    10:30 am - 11:00 am
    Welcoming words
    11:00 am - 11:45 am
    Presentation MOVE results
    11:45 am - 12:45 pm
    Discussion with invited speakers
    12:45 pm - 01:00 pm
    Input of the European Platform on Learning Mobility (EPLM)
    01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
    Lunch
    02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
    Workshops on 6 mobility types (higher education, voluntary work, employment, vocational training, pupil's exchange, enterpreneurship)
    03:30 pm - 04:00 pm
    Summary of group findings and conclusions
    04:00 pm - 04:30 pm
    Break / farewell
  • 08.03.2018 - Final Conference Day 1
    08:00 am
    Registration
    09:00 am - 09:15 am
    Greetings speech by Dean Georg Mein
    09:15 am - 10:15 am
    Key-note lecture 1
    Prof. Dr. Bridget Anderson
    Youth migration and precarious employment of young people
    10:15 am - 10:45 am
    Coffee break
    10:45 am - 12:30 pm
    12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
    Lunch
    01:30 pm - 03:00 pm
    03:00 pm - 03:15 pm
    Short coffee break
    03:15 pm - 04:15 pm
    Key-note lecture 2
    Dr. Valentina Cuzzocrea
    Youth and Mobility
    04:15 pm - 05:00 pm
    Panel discussion
    05:20 pm
    Social event (incl. bus transfer) - Schengen / boat trip & dinner
  • 09.03.2018 - Final Conference Day 2
    08:00 am
    Registration
    09:00 am - 09:15 am
    Wrap-up day 1
    09:15 am - 10:15 am
    Key-note lecture 3
    Prof. Dr. Martin Kahanec
    Economic perspectives on migration and mobility
    10:15 am - 10:45 am
    Coffee break
    10:45 am - 12:30 pm
    12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
    Lunch
    01:30 pm - 02:30 am
    Key-note lecture 4
    Prof. Dr. Rubén Hernandez-Leon
    Cross-border US/Mexico in comparison to third country immigration EU
    02:30 am - 03:00 pm
    Wrap-up day 2 and in general
    03:00 pm - 03:30 pm
    Goodbye coffee

Oral presentations

  • Oral presentations SLOT 1, Day 1 (08.03.2018), 10:45 am - 12:30 pm

    Stream 1: Mobility Policies and Politics

    The agenda for now and in future: The centrality of international student mobility in Luxembourg's higher education policy discourse
    (Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Ute Karl, University of Luxembourg/ Justin Powell, University of Luxembourg)
    The Economic (Ir)rationales Behind Swedish Tuition Fees for Third Country Students
    (André Bryntesson, Uppsala University/ Ashley Haru, Uppsala University)
    Gender and Mobility: hindering and fostering factors of women's mobility within the EU
    (Sahizer Samuk, University of Luxembourg/ Birte Nienaber, University of Luxembourg/ Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Markus Däubler, University of Luxembourg/ Tabea Schlimbach, German Youth Institute/ Monica Roman, Academia De Studii Economice Din Bucuresti/ Ioana Manafi, Academia De Studii Economice Din Bucuresti)

    Stream 2: Youth Mobility and Agency

    Return Migration and Social Innovation - The example of returning graduates to Bulgaria
    (Birgit Glorius, TU Chemnitz/ Yuliana Lazova, TU Chemnitz)
    Capturing agency in youth mobility processes
    (Tabea Schlimbach, German Youth Institute/ Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Jan Skrobanek, University of Bergen/ Volha Vysotskaya, University of Luxembourg)
    How to measure agency? An explorative analysis in the context of Emirbayer and Mische's agency-theory
    (Jan Skrobanek, University of Bergen/ Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg)

    Stream 3: Social Inequality and Youth Mobility

    Does international student mobility foster the reproduction of social inequalities?
    (Nicolai Netz, DZHW/ Michael Grüttner, DZHW)
    Mobility, family and the importance of education
    (Tuba Ardic, HVL/ Roger Hestholm, HVL/ Irina Pavlova, HVL/ Jan Skrobanek, HVL)
    Relational inequalities in youth mobility
    (Andreas Herz, University of Hildesheim, University of Marburg/ Alice Altissimo, University of Hildesheim/ Agnetha Bartels, University of Hildesheim/ Wolfgang Schröer, University of Hildesheim)
    Equal access to mobility? The "resistant" young Portuguese workers
    (Sandra Mateus, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

    Stream 4: Regional Aspects of Youth Mobility (focus on post-socialist countries)

    The characteristics of youth mobility in post-socialist countries
    (Zsuzsanna Dabasi-Halász, University of Miskolc/ Julianna Kiss, University of Miskolc/ Katalin Lipták, University of Miskolc/ Ioana Manafi, Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ Daniela Elena Marinescu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ Monica Roman, Bucharest University of Economic Studies/ Javier Lorenzo-Rodriguez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
    Stop, attract or encourage to return? Actions directed to young people as a component of regional demographic policy in Poland
    (Kamil Matuszczyk, Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw)
    Peer groups and migration from middle towns in Poland: The sequences of transitions from education to domestic and foreign labour markets
    (Izabela Grabowska, Youth Research Center, SWPS University, and Center of Migration Research/ Justyna Sarnowska, Youth Research Center, SWPS University, and Center of Migration Research/ Dominika Winogrodzka, Youth Research Center, SWPS University, and Center of Migration Research)
    Developmental potential of youth migration in the Danube region: establishing a hormonized system of indicators
    (Ekaterina Skoglund, Institut for East and Southeast European Studies)

    Stream 6: Culture and Youth Mobility

    Research on 'Erasmus+: Youth in Action' projects: the variety of learning effects on participants
    (Christiane Meyers, University of Luxembourg/ Martin Mayerl, Austrian Institute for Research on Vocational Training)
    Understanding and conceptualizing youth mobility. A perspective of young people at the threshold to employment
    (Volha Vysotskaya, University of Luxembourg/ Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Karen Hemming, University of Luxembourg/ Tabea Schlimbach, German Youth Institute/ Birte Nienaber, University of Luxembourg/ Zsuzsanna Dabasi-Halász, University of Miskolc/ Klaudia Horváth, University of Miskolc/ Jan Skrobanek, University of Bergen/ Tuba Ardic, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences/ Irina Pavlova, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences)
    The determinants of youth transnational political and civic engagement: An inquiry into its simultaneous and regional nature
    (Laura Diaz, Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología/ Javier Lorenzo, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid/ Lorenzo Navarrete, Universidad Complutense de Madrid/ Celia Diaz, Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología/ Adolfo de Luxan, Ilustre Colegio Nacional de Doctores y Licenciados en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología)
  • Oral presentations SLOT 2, Day 1 (08.03.2018), 01:30 pm - 03:00 pm

    Stream 1: Mobility Policies and Politics

    How to support scientific mobility of Polish scientists?
    (Michal Wierzchoń, Jagiellonian University, Institute of Psychology)
    Erasmus Plus and Its Transformation from Cultural Integration to Social Inclusion: Policy Gaps and Policy Suggestion for the Future
    (Sahizer Samuk, University of Luxembourg/ Birte Nienaber, University of Luxembourg/ Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Markus Däubler, University of Luxembourg/ Jan Skrobanek, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Høgskulen på Vestlandet/ Tuba Ardic, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Høgskulen på Vestlandet/ Irina Pavlova, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Høgskulen på Vestlandet/ Daniela Elena Marinescu, Academia De Studii Economice Din Bucuresti/ Laura Muresan, Academia De Studii Economice Din Bucuresti)

    Stream 3: Social Inequality and Youth Mobility

    The selectiveness of temporary mobilities: the case of young adults in Switzerland
    (Lucas Haldimann, University of Lausanne/ Marieke Heers, FORS/ Patrick Rérat, University of Lausanne)
    Characteristics of the Intensifying Emigration Process of the Hungarian Youth and their Consequences on Socio-spatial Inequalities
    (Beáta Siskáné Szilasi, University of Miskolc/ Levente Halász, University of Miskolc)
    Why is it so hard? And for who? Obstacles in the intra-EU mobility: Mobility fields in comparison
    (Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Tuba Ardic, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences/ Zsuzsanna Dabasi-Halász, University of Miskolc/ Markus Däubler, University of Luxembourg/ Celia Diaz, Colegio de Sociólogos y Politólogos de Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid/ Karen Hemming, German Youth Institute/ Julianna Kiss, University of Miskolc/ Katalin Lipták, University of Miskolc/ Birte Nienaber, University of Luxembourg/ Irina Pavlova, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences/ Sahizer Samuk, University of Luxembourg/ Tabea Schlimbach, German Youth Institute/ Jan Skrobanek, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences/ Ana Maria Ewert, University of Luxembourg/ Alison Adams, University of Luxembourg)

    Stream 5: Economy and Youth Mobility

    International student mobility and employment probability in the EU-28 member states. A multi-level analysis
    (Knut Petzold, Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
    "To study" or "To improve working conditions"? Motivations for becoming mobile as micro-macro-level approach for different European country-types
    (Karen Hemming, German Youth Institute/ Cristina Cuenca García, Colegio de Sociólogos y Politólogos de Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid/ Zsuzsanna Dabasi-Halász, University of Miskolc/ Emilia Kmiotek-Meier, University of Luxembourg/ Birte Nienaber, University of Luxembourg/ Monica Roman, Academia De Studii Economice Din Bucuresti/ Tabea Schlimbach, German Youth Institute/ Jan Skrobanek, University of Bergen/ Víctor Suárez-Lledó, Colegio de Sociólogos y Politólogos de Madrid, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid/ Frank Tillmann, German Youth Institute)
    Which mechanisms explain monetary returns to international student mobility?
    (Fabian Kratz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München/ Nicolai Netz, DZHW)

    Symposium

    Titel: Youth migration and its implications for local governance in the Danube Region - the YOUMIG project
    Dr. Béla Soltész (Hungarian Central Statistical Office, HU)

    Presentations of the Symposium:

    Overview of the conceptual approach of the YOUMIG project
    (Elisabeth Gruber, University of Vienna/ Heinz Fassmann, University of Vienna/ Ádám Németh, University of Vienna)
    YOUMIG’s Local status quo analyses: a methodological overview
    (Tamás Kiss, Romanian Institute for Research on Minorities Issues)
    YOUMIG’s Local status quo analyses: the case of Burgas, Bulgaria
    (Haralan Alexandrov, Municipality of Burgas)
    YOUMIG’s statistical, administrative and strategic innovations
    (Béla Soltész, Hungarian Central Statistical Office)
  • Oral presentations SLOT 3, Day 2 (09.03.2018), 10:45 am - 12:30 pm

    Stream 2: Youth Mobility and Agency

    Independent Youth Migrants from Morocco
    (Nadja Dumann, Brussels School of International Studies, University of Kent)
    Motivational accounts of recent Italian and Spanish emigrants to Germany and the United Kingdom
    (Maricia Fischer-Souan, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid/ Giovanna Fullin, University of Milano Bicocca/ Iraklis Dimitriadis, University of Milano Bicocca)
    Moving within: agency in German VET mobility
    (Tabea Schlimbach, German Youth Institute/ Valentina Cuzzocrea, University of Erfurt, Max Weber Centre/ Karen Hemming, German Youth Institute/ Birgit Reißig, German Youth Institute)
    Young people on the move: agency in the context of young people’s cross-border mobility experiences for work
    (Volha Vysotskaya, University of Luxembourg/ Jan Skrobanek, University of Bergen/ Ute Karl, University of Luxembourg)

    Stream 4: Regional Aspects of Youth Mobility (focus on post-socialist countries)

    Uneven Flows in Europe: Structural Differences between Credit and Degree Mobility
    (Ashley Elisabeth Haru, Uppsala University/ Andre Bryntesson, Uppsala University)
    Migration or mobility? The hard reality after Brexit
    (Alejandra Icardo Ruiz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
    Stay in the West or return home? The example of returning Bulgarian graduates
    (Yuliana Lazova, Technical University Chemnitz/ Birgit Glorius, Technical University Chemnitz)
    Youth Migration Aspirations in Georgia and Moldova
    (Christina Diane Bastianon, German Sport University Cologne, Maastricht University)

    Stream 5: Economy and Youth Mobility

    Transnational youth mobility in border regions - crossing the border for vocational education in the Northern French-German border region
    (Sophia Dorka, Saarland University/ Julia Frisch, TU Kaiserslautern)
    Young mobile entrepreneurs' family concerns
    (Celia Díaz-Catalán, ICN, UCM/ Laura Díaz-Chorne, ICN, UCM/ Víctor Suárez-Lledó, ICN/ Lorenzo Navarrete, ICN, UCM)
    Effects of participation in Erasmus+ supported youth learning mobility projects
    (Marti Taru, Tallinn University)

    Stream 6: Culture and Youth Mobility

    Cosmopolitan and European attitudes through Trasnationalism & agency
    (Cristina Cuenca García, ICN/ Lorenzo Navarrete Moreno, ICN/ Adolfo Luxán García. ICN/ Laura Diaz Chorne, ICN)
    Being international and not being international at the same time; the challenges of peer relations under mobility
    (Tuba Ardic, HVL/ Irina Pavlova, HVL/ Jan Skrobanek, HVL)
    How will digitals natives move - ICT and mobility behavior of young persons
    (Dirk Wittowsky, ILS - Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development gGmbH/ Kathrin Konrad, ILS - Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development gGmbH)