The IMI in the Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) is seeking to recruit a Research Assistant to work on a major research project on “The determinants of international migration: A theoretical and empirical assessment of policy, origin and destination effects” (DEMIG).
Hilary Term 2013 Seminar Room 2, QEH, 3 Mansfield Road, 1-2pm
'African Migrations Research: Innovative Methods and Methodologies' will be published by Africa World Press at the end of May 2012
This paper formed the inaugural lecture at the launch of the Oxford Diasporas Programme in June 2011.
We have been developing our two online tools: a database of African migrations references and a directory of researchers working on African migrations.
Katherine Flynn (Migration Studies 2011/12) talks about her experiences of the Oxford course.
The International Migration Institute (IMI) is seeking to appoint a Data Processing Assistant to work on the DEMIG project, funded by the European Research Council, and the new research project on the “Drivers and Dynamics of High-Skilled International Migration”, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Carlos Vargas-Silva, formerly of the International Migration Institute and now working at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, has edited an interdisciplinary handbook on using qualitative and quantitative research methods to study international migration.
Our March newsletter is now available to read online.
Professor William Safran of the University of Colorado Boulder was visiting the Oxford Diasporas Programme in February 2012. He has written a paper on the relationship between Israel and the diaspora.
The deadline for abstract submission for the session on 'Times of Change in the Arab World: Causes, Manifestations, and Consequences' at the 11th Belgian-Dutch Political Science Conference (Politicologenetmaal) 31 May - 1 June 2012 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has been extended to 16 March 2012.
The International Migration Institute begins a series of e-lectures with a talk from Professor Ronald Skeldon of the University of Sussex.
A report on Pacific migration, prepared for New Zealand's Department of Labour and Australia's Department of Immigration and Citizenship, recommends working with the International Migration Institute's Global Migration Futures Project.
A short document detailing the objectives and work plan for this extension of the GMF project is now available to read.
We are pleased to welcome Dominique Jolivet to the International Migration Institute.
IMI's Mathias Czaika has written a paper on the role of uncertainty and risk perceptions in the decision-making process about migration.
The Global Migration Futures (GMF) project at the International Migration Institute (IMI) is extending its reach into the Horn of Africa and Yemen through an innovative partnership with the Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat (RMMS), funded by the Danish Refugee Council.