24 September 2020
With Black Lives Matter gaining new momentum in the past months, movements to decolonise education and the academy have also become more visible. Several academics have lamented that decolonising has become a buzzword which, if not given the correct...

24 September 2020
Social distancing measures introduced around the world have pushed all of us into isolation to some extent. UK schools were closed on 20 March 2020 to help decrease the spread of Covid-19. School closures and social distancing, while necessary measures,...

08 August 2020
Take-Aways from this Year’s IMISCOE PhD Network Interactive Discussion Forum at IMISCOE’s First Online Conference 2020 has thrown a lot of curve balls at us, forcing us to rethink how we manage our personal and professional lives during a pandemic....

08 August 2020
GenSeM is organising an online writing retreat day on Thursday 20 August to support PhD researchers and Early Career Researchers particularly, although scholars at any level are welcome to attend. In this blog post, our GenSeM PhD/ECR representatives...

06 July 2020
Change of Plans: Participatory Migration Research during a Global Crisis I planned to start recruiting participants for my dissertation research, a critical ethnography (Carspecken, 1996) of Syrian refugees’ experiences pursing higher education during...

23 June 2020
Could Covid-19 lead to increased access to healthcare for irregular migrants in Norway? With the outbreak of the pandemic, health workers in Norway have seen slight changes in the authorities’ willingness to provide access to healthcare for irregular...

18 June 2020
The IMISCOE PhD Network is pleased to invite you to the PhD Activities of the 17th IMISCOE Annual Conference. As this year the 17 th IMISCOE Annual Conference will take place online, the IMISCOE PhD Network has organised a series of online activities...

25 March 2020
Brazil and Europe’s control of refugee’s family migration

09 March 2020
Studying nationalism and national identity has become an academic discipline in its own right. That is no surprise. Nationalism and national identity remain among the most relevant categories for organising daily life and therefore lend themselves to...

24 February 2020
I found out about the IMISCOE PhD Network during the 15th annual IMISCOE conference in Barcelona. It wasn’t really clear to me what it was about.

PhD Network

The IMISCOE PhD Network aims to strengthen research and network opportunities for doctoral researchers in the field of migration. The Network has several dedicated working groups, each with active members who plan and carry out activities relevant for PhD migration scholars.

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