Legal invisibility was the best thing to happen to me
25 May 2017
Senior Research Officer Robtel Neajai Pailey shares her experience of living as an undocumented migrant in the US for 14 years in a remarkable piece for Al Jazeera
‘Silver bullet’ wall-building to deter migrants counterproductive and dangerous | Ruben Andersson
8 September 2016
Professor Andersson explains to Radio 4’s PM that barriers built to deal specifically with migration are rarely successful and instead create more dangerous entry routes
Birthplace, bloodline and beyond: How 'Liberian citizenship' is currently constructed in Liberia and abroad
25 April 2016
IMI seminar series starts 27 April with presentation from Senior Research Officer Robtel Neajai Pailey
Inside Europe's refugee deal with Turkey – is it legal and can it work?
11 March 2016
Emeritus professor Robin Cohen explores the legality and practicality of the recent deal
Online activism and the refugee crisis | Julien Brachet
14 September 2015
Julien Brachet talks to The Verge about how grassroots activism can provide life-saving solutions in the short-term as well as help to integrate displaced people over the long term
Marieke van Houte reacts to Dutch plans for extra investment in migrant-sending developing countries
28 May 2015
Opinion piece 'In a real development perspective on migration, mobility should be promoted rather than constrained' from IMI's Marieke van Houte published in leading Dutch newspaper de Volksrant
IMI staff among signatories of open letter response to advocates of military force against Mediterranean migrants
26 May 2015
Members of IMI joined more than 300 signatories of 20 May open letter denouncing EU proposal for use of force to subdue Libyan migrant smuggling 'networks'
IMI featured in Oxford Today
24 April 2014
The work of the International Migration Institute is highlighted in an article published in Oxford Today.
Hein de Haas comments on Lithuanian immigrants and the economy
10 November 2013
Hein de Haas and other experts have spoken to Lithuanian press about the position of Lithuanian immigrants in the UK and their effect on the British economy.
Dispersing the myths surrounding climate induced migration
20 September 2013
Media coverage Podcast Publication Research Video
In a recent BBC World Service broadcast, Tim Harford and Hannah Barnes investigate recent claims by politicians and environmentalists that environmental problems will create 200 million migrants.
de Haas on changing migration trends between Spain and Morocco
15 September 2013
In a recent article in the Washington Post, International Migration Institute co-director Hein de Haas comments on changing migration trends between Spain and Morocco.
de Haas on the 'decline in UK immigration'
20 June 2013
In this latest blog post, IMI director Hein de Haas states that the latest government celebrations over the fall in net UK immigration has been exaggerated and signals a broader crisis
Hein de Haas interviewed by Yabiladi about Moroccan migration
4 June 2013
During a recent trip to Morocco, IMI co-director Hein de Haas was interviewed by local magazine 'Yabiladi' about Moroccan migration to Europe.
Hein de Haas quoted in New York Times
29 November 2012
On 28 November, IMI's Hein de Haas was quoted in the New York Times about the treatment of Sub-Saharan African migrants in Morocco
GMF's Horn of Africa and Yemen project featured in IRIN, a UN humanitarian news service
26 November 2012
On 21 November, IRIN, an online humanitarian news and analysis service of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, carried an article featuring some recent pioneering IMI work
Stephen Castles speaks on climate refugees
8 May 2011
Radio 4's 'More or Less' programme interviews IMI Associate Director
IMI cited in New Scientist magazine
2 May 2011
New Scientist quotes Gunvor Jónsson's work on the environment and migration
IMI quoted in Time Magazine
23 February 2011
IMI is mentioned in a piece about Berlusconi and Gaddafi
Research Officer misquoted by Italian newspaper
22 February 2011
Today IMI Research Officer Emanuela Paoletti has been mis-quoted by the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero as saying that there are 'two million desperate clandestine people' ready to land on Italian shores. This is not only factually wrong but also very dangerous
IMI researcher quoted in Telegraph newspaper
19 October 2010
Research Officer Emanuela Paoletti comments on Libya's coastal surveillance system