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.

10 February 2020
This month we had the pleasure of talking to Dr Lucy Mayblin, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Sheffield about her new book ‘Impoverishment and Asylum: Social Policy as Slow Violence’ and the importance of history in contemporary...

17 January 2020
It is hard to avoid the temptation of writing a balance of the previous decade when you are given the opportunity of being the author of the first blog post of 2020, and I will indeed not be able to escape it.

23 December 2019
Young Afghans who have had their asylum claim rejected in Norway, have been disappearing from reception centres and absconding from Norwegian authorities in large numbers in recent years.

25 November 2019
Interdisciplinary PhDs are becoming increasingly common, particularly those which are based on a topic that spans many research fields. For example, PhDs in migration studies often span multiple disciplines, such as sociology, geography, demography,...

23 October 2019
Thirty years after the fall of the Iron Curtain, differences between the East and West of Europe still exist which often disqualify the “Easterners.” Discrepancies are structural and economical, with consequences for doctoral students.

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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