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Sally Khallash from the Copenhagen Business School is visiting IMI for three months and will contribute to the work of the Global Migration Futures project

Sally’s PhD research complements the work IMI is doing on the Global Migration Futures (GMF) project. Her purpose is – as in the GMF project – to analyse the global megatrends that affect migration and develop scenarios for the movement patterns of the migrants in the future.

Sally has already provided valuable advice to the Global Migration Futures project on the scenario methodology, based on her experience at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies.  She will use her time at IMI to develop her knowledge on migration theories and the determinants of migration.

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