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The Immigrant Institute is a non-profit association founded in January 1973 by immigrants and immigrant associations with the aim of being an independent documentation and knowledge center on immigrant issues. The Immigrant Institute works for an accurate description of the situation of immigrants and their impact on Swedish society and on their countries of origin.

Eletronic Journal intercultural Communication

The goal of the journal is to promote research along with education and training in the area of intercultural communication. The journal is an outgrowth of the activities of NIC.

A Guide for PhD Students

We’ve been helping students find and compare PhD research projects and programmes for over 15 years. As well as listing doctoral opportunities and scholarships, we also provide a wide range of advice on postgraduate research and funding.

Norsk forening for interkulturell kompetanse (NOFIK) on Facebook

NOFIK is self-owned and a politically and economically independent interest organization with non-profit purposes. NOFIK is open to professionals and practitioners of intercultural communication who want to promote intercultural understanding in Norwegian society.

Centre for Intercultural Communication, Stavanger

Centre for Intercultural Communication (SIK) is a research centre that works locally, nationally and internationally. SIK has expertise in the areas of migration and diversity, development cooperation and conflict resolution. Established in 1991, SIK is now one of Strategic Centres of Research at VID Specialized University.

Cross-Cultural Resources from

Anne-Wil's choice of resources relating to cross-cultural management and language.

The Vigdís Finnbogadottír Intsitute of Foreign Languages

The Institute for Foreign Languages is one of the affiliated institutes of the Centre for research in the Humanities at the University of Iceland and has been operating since the 1970s. In October 2001, in connection with the 90th anniversary of the founding of the University of Iceland and the European Year of Languages, it was agreed to add the name of Vigdís Finnbogadóttir to the institute, which thus became the Vigdís Finnbogadóttir Institute for Foreign Languages. This was to honour Vigdís for her contributions to foreign-language learning and appreciation through her work as a teacher, translator, theatre director, President of Iceland and Goodwill Ambassador of Languages for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

Journal of Intercultural Communication Studies (ICS)

Intercultural Communication Studies (ICS), the journal of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS), is committed to publishing quality research in the area of intercultural communication. All manuscripts submitted to the journal should include thorough research that brings something new and pertinent to the field of intercultural communication.

China Media Research (CMR)

China Media Research is an official publication of the American Chinese Media Research Association and Communication Studies Institute of Zhejiang University. The journal seeks to provide a platform for Chinese media research, as well as to serve as a bridge between media research done in China and in other parts of the global community. The journal welcomes articles, book reviews, news items, letters, interviews, or other types of submissions containing information or commentary on matters relevant to the journal’s mission.