IMISCOE (International Migration Research Network) wants to express its deep concern about lives in Ukraine. The Russian invasion of a sovereign country – contravening values of international law, human rights and global justice – has triggered a...
16 March, 2022
Registration is open for the IMISCOE Spring Conference 2022 PhD activities!
08 March 2022
Shanthi Robertson spoke to podcast co- producer Jolynna Sinanan about the intersection of temporality and movement. Listen to the entire interview on The Migration Podcast.
Deadline: 1 March, 2022
Are you a PhD candidate or early career researcher that works on developing, critiquing, or renewing migration research methods? Or do you have a recent experience doing migration research that highlights challenges or benefits of certain methods and...
Kasia Grabska speaks to The Migration Podcast about her experiences with collaborative research.
23 December, 2021
The IMISCOE Conference 2021 is supporting reforestation in Costa Rica and planting in the Saar/Lux Region. With the donation of 6175€, 343 native trees will be planted in the Cobiga-Corridor-Project. This precious participation will sequestrate 171 t of...
Deadline: 31 January, 2022
IMISCOE has opened the call for nominations for its 2022 Maria Ioannis Baganha Dissertation Award. The Network has awarded this prize annually since 2010 to stimulate and recognise excellent PhD research in the field of international migration research.
29 June – 1 July 2022 (Hybrid)
We are delighted to confirm the topics and speakers of the opening and closing plenary, as well as further information about the semi-plenaries! Submit your panel, workshop, and paper proposals until 10 January 2022 (23:59 CET).
16 November, 2021
Dear all, we virtually sat down with IMISCOE’s new vice-chair of the Board of Directors Wiebke Sievers (Austrian Academy of Sciences). We talked about her IMISCOE history, conference memories, research and goals for the future. Enjoy this insightful read!
08 November 2021
Milena Belloni speaks to Valentina Mazzucato about how she explores the minute details of everyday migrant transnationalism. Click here to listen to the episode.