Contemporary migration research often revolves around one particular aspect of migratory processes, such as the movement of a particular group of people, the core motives to migrate, the expectations of migrants prior to, whilst or after migrating, or issues surrounding the integration in receiving societies. This international conference aims to stimulate an interdisciplinary discussion on a more encompassing perspective to labour migration by approaching the phenomenon from different points of view, with a special focus on internal as well as international labour mobility.
Latest news from members
- CfP: Navigating forced displacement: the influence of everyday informal practices on forced migrants’ human security
- CfP: Participatory Methods in Migration Research Special Issue in Migration Letters
- Call for papers: Does migration make for better homes?
- Call for papers - Migrant transnationalism: Implications for emigration contexts
- Research panel proposal - Everyday micro-economies of migrant reception
- CfP: for a Special Issue on Participatory Methods in Migration Research
- Job vacancy: Researcher 1A at Glasgow Caledonian University
- CfP: Conceptualizing dynamics in the politics of urban diversity: changing actors, practices and interactions
- Job vacancies: four (4) open positions for new Professors in Migration and Integration Research at the InZentIM-University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
- Request for expression of interest - Research Consultant(s) on “safe reporting of crime” for migrants with irregular status