WUN Summer School at the University of Ghana: 2-11 July 2023
Photo via the University of Ghana The Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Summer School, hosted by the University of Ghana, is now accepting applications. The Summer School will be held in
The UK National Health Service’s migration infrastructure in times of Brexit and COVID-19: Disjunctures, continuities and innovations
Photo by Rusty Watson on Unsplash This new paper, published in International Migration, is looking at ‘migration infrastructures’ in the UK National Health Service (NHS) following Brexit and during the
Where do climate migrants go?
As climate change renders populated areas uninhabitable, what does justice look like for those who must relocate? A forthcoming collection of papers in the journal Regional Environmental Change will address
Collaborative storytelling project demonstrates resilience of women in migration
A new website will educate visitors about women’s experiences of migration, including episodes of violence and stories of resilience. One in three women around the world experience violence during their
No climate justice without migration justice
Small Pacific Island nations like Tuvalu have been feeling severe impacts of climate change and will eventually become uninhabitable – despite all small island developing countries in the Pacific combined
Research to support vulnerable migrant children
The WUN research group ‘African Child and Youth Wellbeing in the Context of Migration and Displacement’ is investigating African child and youth health in the context of migration and displacement.
Pandemic worsens inequality for migrant workers
The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the challenges facing migrant workers in Australia, China, and the United Kingdom, say researchers. “In each of the three countries, COVID has worsened existing inequalities
African Child and Youth Wellbeing in the Context of Migration and Displacement
A global research group supported by WUN is working to boost the wellbeing of African children and young people who have migrated or been displaced. Many African communities have high
New consortium to bring interdisciplinary insights on climate-induced migration
While disasters and environmental factors have always been important drivers of migration, even more people are expected to move as they face the projected impacts of climate change, including more extreme weather events, changes in water quality and availability, and interactions with conflict.
A recent ruling of the UN Human Rights Committee, which stated that people cannot be sent back to countries where climate change impacts place them in immediate danger, was treated by many commentators as a landmark protection for environmental migrants. As Professor Andreas Neef (University of Auckland) explains in this feature, the reality is more complex. Recipient of a 2020 WUN Research Development Fund award, a WUN member consortium will advance interdisciplinary research into climate-induced migration. It aims to help improve policies through a better understanding of the complex drivers of migration and displacement associated with climatic changes. Click through for the full story.
University of Bergen awarded large EU project on migration
University of Bergen researcher Hakan G. Sicakkan will lead a new EU-backed project on migration. The PROTECT project has been awarded EUR 3.3 mill from EU´s Horizon 2020 programme for the next 5 years. The project, which will closely follow the United Nations’ two new global compacts on migration and refugees, includes 11 partner institutions from Europe, Canada and South-Africa and will start 1 February 2020.
WUN-IOM PhD Student Research Internship
WUN is pleased to announce an internship opportunity for a doctoral researcher at IOM GMDAC in Berlin.
Cultures in flux: Migration and cultural dynamics in the past and present
WUN Understanding Cultures Global Challenge Workshop: how heritage can help people deal with trauma of forced and unsafe migration
Five key recommendations for improving data on missing migrants
Migration Data Portal Blog
Migration Data for Policy Summer School
Monday 9 – Thursday 12 July 2018, Bristol Marriott Hotel
Migration Data for Policy Summer School hosted by the University of Bristol and the IOM’s GMDAC
Details of the Migration Data for Policy Summer School hosted by the University of Bristol and the IOM’s GMDAC
IOM launches Migration Data Portal
First stage of ongoing progress to develop a “one-stop-shop” for international data