Human mobility is accompanied by processes of inclusion and exclusion. Whether in large-scale economic processes or face-to-face encounters, navigating ethnic, cultural, religious, economic, or linguistic differences resulting from migration and mobility can be challenging for states, societies, and individuals alike. What are the various scales and moments at which processes of inclusion and exclusion come to the fore? Who includes and who excludes? Where do processes of inclusion and exclusion take place? What effects do they have at the individual, regional, national or international levels?
This conference aims to draw together Oxford researchers of migration and mobility of all academic stages from across the disciplines to generate new inter- and multi-disciplinary insights and ideas on the theme of inclusion/exclusion.
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For more information about the Migration and Mobility Network, please email Lena Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website. This conference is organised by the TORCH Migration and Mobility Network and the Oxford Migration Studies Society.