May 6-7, 2021: Meet the Data Workshop
Title: Meet the Data - The Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Survey in Four European Countries
Venue: Online only
Date: May 6th & 7th, 2021 (2:00 to 5:00 pm)
This two-day workshop introduces the CILS4EU data and its potential to analyze developments from adolescence to young adulthood.The first day of the workshop will cover basic aspects of the survey design, data structure, and data management. On the second day we will dive deeper into substantialtopics chosen by the participants prior to the workshop.This workshop is intended for everyone interested in processes of integration and general aspects of life trajectories of adolescents and young adults.
During the registration process, you can choose four of eight suggested topics to be discussed on the second day. The proposed topics comprise relevant issues in the lives of young adults and their integration into different areas of society: structural integration, cultural integration, and emotional integration. Through a life course perspective, topics such as residential living arrangements in different phases of lifecan be addressed. Additionally, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young people ́s life is included. The four most chosentopics will be announced by e-mail within one week after the registration deadline.This workshop is supported by the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES).
Please register by April 4th, 2021 using the following link: www.mzes.uni-mannheim.de/cils4eu_data_workshop_2021
It is possible to attend only one of the two days of the workshop. For attendance of the second day only, basic knowledge of the CILS4EU project is recommended.
The Zoom-link for the event will be sent to registered participants before the event.
September 27-28, 2021: 4th International CILS4EU User Conference
Title: 4th International CILS4EU User Conference
Venue: Online only
Date: Monday, September 27th - Tuesday, September 28th
The 4th International CILS4EU User Conference will take place online on September 27–28, 2021. We welcome any contributions that make use of the CILS4EU data. The aim of the conference is to bring together the efforts of a constantly growing group of data-users that work on a vast array of topics from different research areas across several countries. Users will have the opportunity to present their ongoing or completed work, receive comments, share their experiences with the data, and get into contact with other CILS4EU data-users and the research teams from CILS4EU.
We look forward to seeing you!