CfP: Symposium and PhD Training Lived transnationalism in times of violent conflict

Violent conflicts set people into motion and change existing social relations. More specifically, large-scale wars and localised conflicts not only force people to flee from violence but transform pre-existing mobility patterns, often rupturing the rhythms and routes of movement. As…

CfP: Global Transformations and Governance Challenges (GTGC) Conference 2023

How are major world-scale changes in contemporary society governed? How might global matters such as geopolitical shifts, ecological changes, economic restructuring, technological innovations, and pandemics be better governed? Addressing these complex questions requires innovative, interdisciplinary approaches and an open conversation…

CfP: Legal Responses to Forced Mass Migration – Regional Approaches and Perspectives

Since 2015, the European Union has twice faced a significant influx of migrants and refugees, leading to what many denoted as migration/refugee crises. Most recently, the Russian aggression against Ukraine caused the largest migration flows in Europe since World War…

CfP: Integrating Reflexivities into Survey Research

The IMISCOE Standing Committees Reflexivities in Migration Studies and Methodological Approaches and Tools in Migration Research (Meth@Mig) are inviting submissions for the (migration research focussed) online workshop Integrating Reflexivities into Survey Research This event will be held online on January 30, 2023….

CfP: Identifying and Mitigating Bias in Migration Research

This event will be held at the Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA-CSIC), Córdoba (Spain) on March 30-31st, 2023. Submission deadline: December 15th, 2022 Undistorted observation is one of the defining ambitions of scientific research. Different methodological approaches address this…

CfP: Peer Writing Workshop for Displaced PhD and Early Career Researchers

The Citizenship and Migration Research Network (CMRN) at the University of Edinburgh will be hosting a one-day hybrid writing workshop for displaced PhD and Early Career Researchers looking to publish an article on themes related to forced migration. The Writing…

CfP: Special issue on Pandemic Urban Citizenship: Cities, Migrants, and Covid-19 Crisis

The proposed special issue examines the pandemic’s impact on migrants in cities through the concept of urban (migrant) citizenship. We find the concept ongoingly productive thanks to both, the ongoing urbanization of citizenship (Fogelman 2018), and the persistence of the…

13-14/10/2022: CfP – The Values of Remittances in Times of Upheaval: Methods, Theories, and Approaches

What are the values of remittances in times of global upheaval? For remitters and receivers, the answer to this question may seem self-evident and visceral. Upheaval in one’s family, community, or region of origin often drive remittances, shaping the volume…

CfP: MACIMIDE Annual Work Conference 2022

The Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE) invites you to submit a proposal for a workshop or paper for the MACIMIDE Annual Work Conference 2022. MACIMIDE is Maastricht University’s interdisciplinary research platform for interfaculty collaboration in the fields…

CfP: Digitized Migrants

The two Global Compacts on migration have advocated the increased use of digital technologies to enhance the protection, welfare, and development of refugees and migrants. The use of new technologies of surveillance that identify, track, and control the people crossing…