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MSc Migration Studies student Katryna Mahoney reflects on a recent study trip to Copenhagen and Malmö
MSc Migration Studies alumnus Faraz Shibli explores how rural-to-urban migration - and restriction around that movement - is changing a society previously defined by nomadism
MSc Migration Studies alumnus Yan Matusevich calls for a change to the diversity deficit that causes a critical absence of migrant voices in policymaking
MSc Migration Studies alumna Nina Swen wonders what lies behind the often uncontested distinctions drawn between 'migrants' and 'expats'
Researchers Marie Godin and Giulia Liberatore (COMPAS) reflect on a recent MSc Migration Studies panel discussion
MSc Migration Studies alumna Emine Yeter explores how contemporary art can universalise the migrant experience, and perhaps even help us to imagine possibilities otherwise abandoned in politics and law
MSc in Migration Studies alumna Bobbie Mills on perceptions of migration studies, including a preoccupation with the numbers: a view, she finds, that is shaped greatly by surrounding policy and media narratives
MSc Migration Studies alumnus Jonathan Paul Katz examines the role of plain language in communication and its importance in communicating with people with disabilities, including migrants with disabilities – especially in interactions with local government
MSc Migration Studies alumna Aliyyah Ahad analyses the increasingly important role played by tech solutions - including those (co)designed by refugees themselves - in responding to the needs of today's refugees