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Past IMI Blog posts

The unfolding of the ‘refugee crisis’ in Denmark and Sweden

MSc Migration Studies student Katryna Mahoney reflects on a recent study trip to Copenhagen and Malmö

Migration from Turkey to the UK

Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci charts the history of reciprocal migration between Turkey and the UK and predicts future movements

The potential cost of visa regimes

Dr Emre Eren Korkmaz pleads for greater equity and transparency in visa regimes

Turkey’s diaspora engagement policy under the Justice and Development Party

Dr Bahar Baser tracks the development of Turkey's diaspora-building

How might the Turkish referendum outcome affect Turkey’s policies towards refugees and migrants?

Dr Emre Eren Korkmaz ponders the implications of Turkey's recent referendum on constitutional amendment for its refugees and migrants at home and abroad

Past IMI News

Launch of Robin Cohen’s new book "Migration: the movement of humankind from prehistory to the present”

Today, Professor Robin Cohen’s new book "Migration: the movement of humankind from prehistory to the present” was launched.

Researcher Kerilyn Schewel defends PhD dissertation on development and migration in rural Ethiopia

On 15 October 2019, IMI’s researcher Kerilyn Schewel successfully defended her PhD dissertation, entitled "Moved by Modernity: How Development Shapes Migration from Rural Ethiopia," at the University of Amsterdam.

Vacancy: Two PhD candidates in the politics of family migration

Are you interested in researching political struggles over immigration? Do you want to work at the crossroads of migration studies and gender & sexuality studies? Is it your ambition to become an accomplished social scientist?

New working paper published: "'Supermaids': Hyper-resilient Subjects in Neoliberal Migration Governance"

New working paper by Liberty Chee was just published.