20 July 2020
The winner of the 2020 IMISCOE Maria Ioannis Baganha Dissertation Award is Dr. Gerhild Perl. Her dissertation, entitled: "Traces of death. Exploring affective responsiveness across the Spanish- Moroccan Sea" was defended on 28 February, 2019.

16 April 2020
While evidence-based approaches to asylum, integration and migration issues are increasing, synergies among different groups of experts remains underdeveloped. Researchers and stakeholders are well-connected within their own communities but, despite an...

16 April 2020
IMISCOE’s Interactive research database brings publications, datasets and projects together under one roof. Here you can find relevant literature, data and other information structured according to the taxonomy of migration studies, which helps...

05 June 2019
The winner of the 2019 Maria Ioannis Baganha Dissertation Award is Dr. Kristina Bakkær Simonsen. Her dissertation entitled: “Do They Belong? Host National Boundary Drawing and Immigrants’ Identificational Integration” was defended at Aarhus University...

10 July 2018
The Rinus Penninx Best Paper Award 2018 has been awarded to Sarah Nimführ and Buba Sesay for their paper entitled: “Lost in Limbo? Moving Contours and Practices of Settlements of Non-Deportable Refugees in the Mediterranean Area.”

01 September 2017
The winner was René Kreichauf's paper, ‘From Forced Migration to Forced Arrival: The Campisation of Refugee Accommodation Centres in European Cities’.

10 July 2018
The Rinus Penninx Best Paper Award was awarded to Ali Chaudhary at the 13th Annual IMISCOE Conference, held in Prague on 30 June-2 July 2016 for his paper entitled: 'Voting "Here" and "There": Interrogating Immigrant Political Integration and...

10 July 2018
The researcher from the University of Manchester received the award for his paper “When Numbers Count: Community Ethnic Composition, Prejudice, and the Moderating Role of Inter-Ethnic Segregation for the Contact and Threat Hypotheses.”

10 July 2018
The first Rinus Penninx Best Paper Award has been awarded to Marie-Laurence Flahaux and Hein de Haas for their paper “Migration from, to and within Africa: the role of development and states.”

30 May 2018
The winner of the 2018 Maria Ioannis Baganha Dissertation Award is Dr. Apostolos Andrikopoulos. His dissertation entitled “Argonauts of West Africa: Migration, Citizenship and Kinship Dynamics in a Changing Europe", was defended at the University of...