Melissa Siegel’s examines the Netherlands in her New Series on Migration Snapshots

Prof. Siegel looks into the Netherlands using the EU’s Atlas of Migration in her Migration Snapshot series. In doing this she looks at the migration stocks and flows in the Netherlands as well as indicators of irregular migration. Later on…

Melissa Siegel publishes next video in the Migration Snapshot Series on Germany

Again using the EU’s Atlas of Migration, Prof. Siegel looks into Germany. In doing this she looks at immigrants and emigrants as well as the number of visas issued. Later on in the video she looks at naturalisation as well…

12/05/2021 – Decolonizing Forced Migration Studies: Lessons from Borderlands

The Seminar Series on Forced Migration which will be given by Prof. Nergis Canefe (York University), titled “Decolonizing Forced Migration Studies: Lessons from Borderlands”. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, May 12, 2021 starting at 5pm CET (Vienna time)/11am CST (Toronto time) and will be held online. Everyone is welcome and…

11-13/05/2021 – WORLD MIGRATION & DISPLACEMENT SYMPOSIUM

The agenda for the Symposium is as follows: May 11, 2021: Opening Ceremony The symposium will commence with welcome remarks from HDSR Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Xiao Li Meng, USA for IOM CEO, Luca Dall’oglio, and USA for UNHCR CEO, Anne-Marie Grey….

IOM Launches New Dynamic World Migration Report Interactive Platform

The International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) flagship publication has launched a dynamic new webpage that connects fact-based narratives on migration with interactive data visualizations on some of the latest global migration data and information. It is the first microsite of…

CfP – Ethics and Privacy of Big Data Use for Migration Research

We invite contributions for the joint online workshop “Ethics of Big Data for Migration Research” organised by the HumMingBird consortium (Enhanced Migration Measures from a Multidimensional Perspective, H2020 project – GA 870661), the SoBigData++ consortium (European Integrated Infrastructure for Social…

20/05/2021 – Launch of University of London Refugee Law Clinic

This online event celebrates the launch of the University of London intercollegiate Refugee Law Clinic, recognising our partnerships, networks and the work of the clinic. The event will present a number of introductory comments from the University’s Vice Chancellor, project…

19/05/2021- GTD Colloquium: Dr. Sara de Wit

Title of Presentation How climate change travels to sub-Saharan Africa: The anthropology of forecasting, future-making and anticipation in humanitarianism?   Contemporary discourse on climate change and the Global South largely unfolds through the tropes of vulnerability and crisis. Sub-Sahara Africa…

18/05/2021 – MGSoG/UNU-MERIT Migration Seminar: ‘Philosophies of Migration Governance in a Globalizing World’

International migration is a key feature of globalization. Yet there is no international migration regime that would support cooperation and governance at the global level. This makes for enduring and worldwide migration crises. This article identifies five distinct patterns of…

Vacancy: IOM Data Analysis Consultant (Bangkok)

The conflict in Myanmar has forced roughly 850,000 Rohingya refugees to flee across the border into Bangladesh. Many now live in a series of sprawling refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, there has been an increase…