Global Migration Futures
IMI, the Oxford Martin School, and the Dutch Foundation The Hague Process on Refugees and Migration (THP) have joined together to develop a project on future migration scenarios entitled Global Migration Futures: Towards a Comprehensive Perspective. Drawing on the views of a range of academic and non-academic stakeholders, the purpose of the project is to elaborate scenarios for the future of global migration, in which innovative thinking about unexpected changes in the structural factors driving migration occupies a central place.
The GMF team has developed scenarios for North Africa, Europe, the Horn of Africa and Yemen, and the Pacific. Follow the links below to find out more about scenario building in each of the regions and read a selection of the associated publications.
|Project Briefing||Policy Briefing
|Policy Briefing||Final Report
Main research group
- Hein de Haas (Principal Investigator)
- Ayla Bonfiglio (Research Officer)
- Simona Vezzoli (Research Officer)
Extended research group
IMI is grateful for the support from Boeing's Global Corporate Citizenship Program; the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office; the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Danish Refugee Council; University of Waikato; New Zealand Department of Business, Innovation, and Employment; Australia Department of Immigration and Citizenship; New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO; and the Oxford Martin School. If your organization is interested in exploring future international migration issues and can be one of the sponsors to this project please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org