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…

CfP: The Impacts of the Ukrainian Conflict in Europe and Beyond

IOM’s Migration Research Series (MRS), which focuses on policy- oriented research to increase the understanding of migration and inform policies and programmes, is welcoming abstracts on the impacts of the Ukrainian conflict in Europe and beyond. The abstracts should cover…

CfP: 5th Workshop in the series on “Migration, Globalization and the Knowledge Economy”

Following the successful previous editions of Paris (2018), Utrecht (2019), Milan (virtual-2020), and Bordeaux (2021), the Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), Social Sciences area, is pleased to announce the 5th Workshop in the series on “Migration, Globalization and the Knowledge Economy”, to be held in L’Aquila (Italy),…

CfP: Environmental Displacement and Migration

Climate change and environmental disasters drive and disproportionately impact displaced people, refugees and migrants. In 2020, environmental disasters were responsible for 30.7 million newly displaced persons worldwide (IDMC 2021), with the vast majority linked to climate-related issues. Despite a growing…

CfP: “Measuring Migration: Why? When? How?” hosted on June 9-10, 2022

The University of Oxford’s Migration and Mobility Network (MMN) and Nuffield College invite academics, early career researchers, postgraduate students, policy experts, activists, artists, practitioners, and other stakeholders to present original research during the conference “Measuring Migration” which will take place…

CfP: Forum for Global Challenges

In May 2022, the University of Birmingham’s Institute for Global Innovation will host the first conference of the Forum for Global Challenges. Taking place at Birmingham’s International Convention Centre, the conference will bring together academics, policy-makers, practitioners, business leaders and…

CfP: 4th conference of the German Network for Forced Migration Studies

The CfP ​for the 4th conference of the German Network for Forced Migration Studies at the University of Technology Chemnitz,  28-30 September 2022 is out. To view the call click here (in German). Submission deadline: 31 January 2022 The Conference…

Call for abstracts: Times and temporalities of migrant transnationalism

For a series of panels at the 2022 IMISCOE conference MITRA invites papers that address migrant transnationalism with analytical perspectives on time and temporalities. The conference will take place in Oslo, Norway, from 29 June to 1 July 2022 and…