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Conversations with Bolette Moldenhawer

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Conversation 1. Social Mobility and Schooling Strategies of Migrant Families in Denmark and Sweden

Education has become an increasingly important factor in relation to migration and the social mobility strategies of migrants. This conversation will explore the complex relations between, on the one hand, migration and, on the other, education as social mobility-providing tools, examining the topic generally, and specifically in relation to Pakistani migrants, their transnational communities and educational strategies. The transnational perspective is crucial to understanding how migrant families conceive their host society and the ‘national’ schooling system, and how they manage within these.

This talk is part of the Education, Equality and Development (EED) Group Seminars series.

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