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3-7 June 2024, Preston- University of Central Lancashire & Online

2024 IMISCOE PhD School

Migration, Race and Inclusivity
PhD School

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Fully funded PhD opportunity for forced migrants to the UK (University of Leeds, ERC AdG Project MIGMOBS 2024-2028)

We are inviting applications for a fully funded PhD studentship on “MIGMOBS refuge: Global inequalities, mobility struggles and contested...

Episode number 7 of Voices of Lancashire is out now. Lhen: The journey of a Filipino woman from a breadwinner to mother and entrepreneur

In this episode, Lhen, a Filipino woman who arrived in Buckshaw Village in 2021, shares her story as the main breadwinner of a big family...

GLOBALCIT – Rainer Bauböck 2024 Essay Award on the Global State of Citizenship

The Global Citizenship Observatory ( GLOBALCIT ), a global research network committed to fact-based and non-partisan analysis of...

Cultural Change in Post-Migrant Societies: Re-Imagining Communities Through Arts and Cultural Activities. Chams: Springer.

New publication edited by Wiebke Sievers. This open access book puts cultural change on the migration studies agenda. It discusses...

Special issue on (inter)cultural heritage and migrants' inclusion

Newly published Special Issue edited by Karolina Nikielska-Sekula and Amandine Desille, and entitled “(Inter)Cultural Heritage and...

EduSocial is support grants for IMISCOE Annual Conference Lisbon

In our ongoing commitment to assist researchers facing financial constraints with conference attendance, we are introducing a travel grant...

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Comparative Migration Studies, Volume 11
Comparative Migration Studies, Volume 11
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