Nordic Cooperation Agreement

The objective of the Nordic Migration Research Cooperation Agreement is to facilitate mobility between migration researchers in the Nordic countries and to strengthen collaboration between Nordic academic institutions.

NMR has been successful in coordinating and organizing events such as the Nordic Migration Research Conferences, launching the Open Access Nordic Journal of Migration Research, and organizing PhD-seminars and workshops in the Nordic countries. Thereby NMR has become an ideal platform for further and tighter cooperation between migration researchers in the Nordic countries.

The Mobility Cooperation sets out the rules for institutional recognition of visiting researchers. All research institutions that have agreed to participate in the agreement will be presented at the NMRCooperation Agreement page.

By signing this agreement the institution commits itself to arrange office facilities, access to Internet and libraries.

We invite you and your institution to join the NMR Cooperation Agreement:
Download the NMR Cooperation Agreement form

Institutions that have signed the NMR Cooperation Agreement:

IMER Bergen, University of Bergen
Bergen, Norway

Institute for Social research
Oslo, Norway

Mangfold og inkludering, NTNU Social Research
Trondheim, Norway

Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway

Institutt for Kultur og globale Studier, Aalborg Universitet
Aalborg, Denmark

Siirtolaisuusinstituutti – Institute of Migration
Turku, Finland

CEREN, The Centre for Research on Ethnic Relations and Nationalism, University of Helsinki
Helsinki, Finland

Department of Social Research, University of Turku
Contact: Suvi Keskinen

Department of Social Antropology, Stockholm Universitet
Stockholm, Sweden

Department of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg
Gothenburg, Sweden
Contact: Lisa Åkesson

Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM), Malmö University
Malmö, Sweden
Contact: Pieter Bevelander

Hugo Valentin Centre, Uppsala University
Uppsala, Sweden
Contact: Minoo Alinia


For more information: NMR, Institute of Social Research, Oslo