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Listen to this podcast from the 20 January 2016 seminar, the first of the Hilary term IMI Seminar Series on migration, politics and political change

This seminar 'Migration, politics and political change: Introduction to the seminar series and preliminary TRANSMIC findings' was presented by Ali R Chaudhary and Marieke van Houte.

Duration: 46:26

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Read more about the TRANSMIC project, which seeks to contribute to the understanding of the concept of transnational migration by examining how it has emerged and developed in policy and scholarly debates, and the ways in which transnational migration are best put into practice promoting a ‘rights-based mobility’.

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