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Melanie Griffiths tackles temporal uncertainties

26 April 2013

A new working paper by Melanie Griffiths considers how a recognition of time can provide insights into understanding mobility and experiences of being deportable. More >

Düvell on the facts of Romanian and Bulgarian migration to the UK

25 April 2013

In an article for Open Democracy's "Our Kingdom" Franck Düvell explores the facts behind the fear of Romanian and Bulgarian migration to the UK. More >

New COMPAS Working Papers in 2013

19 April 2013

Two new COMPAS Working Papers have been published so far in 2013.  More >

Spencer examines human rights and equality bodies

18 April 2013

A new article by Sarah Spencer and Colin Harvey compares six statutory human rights and equality bodies in the UK and Ireland, exploring the range of factors that shape their performance.  More >

Ruhs calls for global migrant rights database

12 April 2013

Martin Ruhs has written a background paper on "Towards a post-2015 development agenda: What role for migrant rights and international labour migration?" for the new European Development Report 2013 published this week. More >

Xiang Biao is awarded William L. Holland Prize

11 April 2013

Xiang Biao won the eleventh William L. Holland Prize for best article published in Volume 85 (2012) of Pacific Affairs.  More >

A new journal of Migration Studies

4 April 2013

Migration Studies, a new journal from Oxford University Press is now available.  More >

New paper on Migration, Time and Temporalities

2 April 2013

A new research paper by Melanie Griffiths, Bridget Anderson and Ali Rogers on migration and time is now available. More >

Us & Them: New book by Bridget Anderson

27 March 2013

Us and Them? The Dangerous Politics of Immigration Control, a new book by Bridget Anderson, examines migration within a long history of control over the mobility of the unsettled poor. More >

Nick Van Hear gives keynote on shifting powers

12 March 2013

Nick Van Hear gave they keynote "Shifting powers: two decades of migration and global turbulence" at an international conference at LSE. More >

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