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Nick Van Hear gives nuance to marriage migration

4 February 2013

Nick Van Hear has published a new article on marriage migration in the International Migration Review. More >

City level responses to migrants ineligible for public support

21 January 2013

Sarah Spencer has been awarded two grants that will enable Compas to explore city level responses to the welfare needs of migrants who, because of their immigration status, have 'no recourse to public funds'. More >

COMPAS Marie Curie Fellow talks about her new book

15 January 2013

On January 10, 2013, the Latvian weekly news magazine IR published an interview with COMPAS Senior Researcher and Marie Curie Fellow Dace Dzenovska on her recently published Latvian language monograph "Departure and Emptiness in the Latvian Countryside: Between Lost and Possible Futures" More >

COMPAS Virtual Open Session: Ask about applying for a Migration Studies course

10 January 2013

On Monday 14 January COMPAS is holding a virtual open session to answer any questions you might have about applying for a DPhil or MSc in Migration Studies. More >

University Lectureship in Demography now advertised

17 December 2012

The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, in association with Nuffield College, seek to appoint a University Lecturer in Demography More >

Turkish Migration conference a huge success

10 December 2012

From 6-9 December, Franck Düvell (COMPAS and Turkish Migration Studies group), the London Centre for Sociological Studies (LCSS) and Regents College London (RC) co-organised an international conference - Turkish Migration in Europe: the next 50 years.  More >

Contacts and Money: Menderes Candan on his DPhil project

5 December 2012

COMPAS Visiting Academic Menderes Candan was interviewed by the journal D+C about his DPhil project.  More >

New book by Bridget Anderson on deportation

26 November 2012

Bridget Anderson has co-authored the book "The Social, Political and Historical Contours of Deportation". More >

Is social capital fungible? Iain Walker asks

26 November 2012

Iain Walker has published the article "Is social capital fungible? The rise and fall of the Sanduk microcredit project in Ngazidja" in the Journal of Eastern African Studies.  More >

Funding success and new Director for the Migration Observatory

15 November 2012

We are pleased to announce that the Migration Observatory, one of the flagships projects of COMPAS, has been successful in raising £420,000 in external funds to help secure its work beyond June 2013, when the current round of external core funding will come to an end. More >

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