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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.

New working paper published: "Migration and Social Transformation in Ethiopia"

New working paper by our researcher Kerilyn Schewel and Asmamaw Legass Bahir was just published.

Call for Applications: Calliope Prize for Practical Migration Research

Once again, the German Emigration Center Foundation and German Emigration Center Bremerhaven are jointly awarding the Calliope Prize for Practical Migration Research. The award is given every two years and includes 20,000 euros in prize money.

Minor in Global Migration

Are you interested in international migration patterns, policies and their impacts? Would you like to engage in discussions, debates and presentations on migration-related issues? Do you wish to engage with a real life policy challenge and present your possible solutions? Apply for a Minor in Global Migration today!

New working paper published: "Opening the floodgates? European migration under restrictive and liberal border regimes 1950-2010"

New working paper by our founders and fellow Hein de Haas, Simona Vezzoli and María Villares-Varela was just published.

Call for Papers: “Governing Migration outside ‘Fortress Europe’”

Centre for Global Human Movement, University of Cambridge 16-17 September 2019

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