was established in January 2007 as a research institute at Malmö University. It is a vibrant Swedish centre for research on migration, diversity and welfare, while at the same time keeping a high international profile.
MIM Academic Record 2016
The Migration Seminar 21 April
Welcome to a research seminar Citizenship and Multiculturalism: A Canadian Perspective with Andrew Griffith, former Director General, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Branch, Department of Citizenship and Immigration, Canada on Friday 21 April, 13.15 - 15.00.
New MIM working paper
17.3 Ethnic options, covering, and passing - Multiracial and multiethnic identities in Japan authored by Sayaka Osanami Törngren pays close attention to identification processes of “Haafu” (half) in the Japanese society. How do they identify themselves and how do other people perceive them? The paper shows that multiracial and multiethnic individuals have a diverse range of “ethnic options” to manoeuvre through in society.