CERC migration is looking for expressions of interest from qualified production companies and/or documentary/filmmakers to produce a short film of approx. 30-minute duration on highly skilled migrants’ and international students’ decision to migrate to Canada and the impacts of the pandemic on their migration decision-making processes.
Call for papers for the international conference on migration at Ca' Foscari University
30 June 2023
International conference 28-29 November 2023 Ca’ Foscari University of Venice INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: POLICIES, GENDER, CITIES, IDENTITY, CLIMATE Contemporary international migration is shaped by an ever-growing number...
Call for a PhD Candidate in the Economics and Politics of Migration (0.8-1.0 fte)
The Department of Economics of Leiden Law School at Leiden University has a vacancy for a: PhD Candidate in the Economics and Politics of Migration (0.8-1.0 fte) Research project: The Economics and Politics of Migration Migration is a hot topic. We...
Call for Papers — Migration temporalities and migrants’ experience of time in rural and remote places
Deadline for abstracts is 9th June 2023
You are warmly invited to submit an abstract for a Special issue focusing on time and temporalities of migration in rural and remote places. Migration is often understood as a spatial process where time is implicit (Baby-Collin et al., 2017; Griffiths...
UCLan-MIDEX Webinar: Challenges of support for children and families with no recourse to public funds (NRPF) in policy and practice during Covid-19 pandemic, by Bozena Sojka and Dr Andrew Jolly
7 June 2023
No recourse to public funds (NRPF) is a provision in the Immigration Rules, and Section 115 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 that applies to a range of different people, including undocumented migrants or those with temporary leave to enter or...
UCLan-MIDEX Webinar: Civil Society and International Students in Japan: The Making of Social Capital, by Dr Polina Ivanova
24 May 2023
Polina Ivanova’s forthcoming monograph (available for pre-order at Routledge on 23 June 2023) explores encounters and interactions between international students and local civil society organisations (CSOs) in Japan. Based on the results of a cross-case...