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CfP: Migrations, Crises and Recent Conflicts in the Balkans, Belgrade, 27-29.10.2005

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    Migrations, Crises and Recent Conflicts in the Balkans International scientific conference, Belgrade, 27-29 October 2005 At the initiative of the DémoBalk
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      Migrations, Crises and Recent Conflicts in the Balkans
      International scientific conference, Belgrade, 27-29 October 2005

      At the initiative of the DémoBalk network, the Association of
      Demographers of Serbia and the International Association of French-
      speaking Demographers (AIDELF), an international scientific
      conference on the subject Migrations,Crisis and Recent Conflicts in
      the Balkans will be held in Belgrade, from 27 to 29 October 2005.

      The purpose of this scientific meeting is to give a versatile and
      complete balance mainly of demographic consequences of migrations
      caused by the socio-economic and political crises and armed conflicts
      that took place in the Balkans during the 1990s. Both the external
      migrations (from the countries within the Balkans to the countries
      outside of the Balkans, as well as among the countries within the
      Balkans) and the internal migrations will be considered. The
      consequences (short-term, mid-term, and long-term) for the total
      population growth, spatial distribution, and structures of the
      population (by age, sex, ethnicity, etc.) are to be considered both
      from the aspect of the countries and the regions of origin and from
      the aspect of the countries and the regions of destination. Also to
      be studied are the consequences of the policies of the Balkan
      countries that concern the refugees and the internally displaced
      persons as well as the consequences of the immigration policies of
      the countries of destination (outside of the Balkans). Attention will
      also be given to the changes in the method of collecting of the
      relevant statistical data.

      The Cconference will be divided into four sessions.
       Migrations in the Balkans and their consequences for the countries
      in the region
       Migrations in the Balkans and consequences to third countries
       Forced migrations
       Problems of migration measurement


      For more information (Scientific programme, call for
      papers,Guidelines for Authors, Scientific and Organizing Committees,
      pre-inscription bulletin), please consult
      www.demobalk.org or www.demography-lab.org
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