CEREN Research
       Snellmaninkatu 12 (P.O. Box 16)
       00014 University of Helsinki
       Telephone +358 2941 28470
       sskh-ceren-admin@helsinki.fi

CEREN

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The Centre for Research on Ethnic Relations and Nationalism, CEREN, was established in 1998 at the Swedish School of Social Science (Soc&kom) at the University of Helsinki.

The research at CEREN covers a broad range of topics related to the fields of migration and ethnic relations. Ongoing research at CEREN include issues such as immigration and migrant integration, minority languages and human and indigenous rights, nationalism and identity, media and public debate, and questions concerning Islam, labour market and health.

CEREN organizes regularly seminars and events on current topics within the field of migration and ethnic relations. The research at CEREN tries to contribute to the public debate and CEREN researchers participate actively in both national and international networks. CEREN also Coordinates the Master’s Degree Programme in Ethnic Relations (ERI).

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

CEREN Research Seminar

Edorta Arana, University of Basque Country:

“Media and the challenge of increasing not only the knowledge but the usage of the Basque Language”

December 10th 2014, at 14:15, Swedish School of Social Science, room 210, Snellmaninkatu 12

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Changing Finland - Are We All Included

 What do you get when you have a fully booked festivity hall of more than one hundred guests, add two opposing keynote speakers and four panelists from various public entities and let them discuss diversity in Finland? The seminar Changing Finland – Are we all included? provided interesting points of view and at times a fairly heated debate.

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Inequality everywhere

The first day of the ETMU Days conference, that CEREN co-organized together with the Department of Social Research, University of Helsinki and The Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU), started with a snowy surprise for all participants.

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