24/11: Webinar: Migration and mobility after the 2020 pandemic?
Tuesday, November 24, 2020.
7-8pm/19.00-20.00hrs Australian Eastern Standard Time | 8-9am/08.00-09.00hrs GMT
Does the COVID-19 lockdown represent a temporary trough in global population movements, or the beginning of the end of the most recent age of migration? This webinar sets an agenda for research on the future of human migration and mobility after the 2020 Pandemic, posing ten key questions for migration and mobility researchers in the coming months and years.
Host: Alan Gamlen, Associate Professor of Geography at Monash University and senior member MMIC
- Marie McAuliffe, Head of Migration Research and Editor of the World Migration Report at the International Organization for Migration. Senior Fellow at the Graduate Institute’s Global Migration Centre (Geneva) and the Australian National University’s School of Demography.
- Alexander Betts, University of Oxford, Leopold Muller Professor of Forced Migration and International Affairs
- Thomas Lacroix, CNRS senior researcher in political geography at the Maison Française of Oxford, associate researcher at Migrinter (University of Poitiers) and fellow of the Institut Convergences Migrations in Paris
- Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham, Chair of International Migration and Forced Displacement, Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity
- Carlos Vargas-Silva, University of Oxford, Director of the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) and Professor in Migration Studies at the University of Oxford
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