This international workshop explored the relationship between migration policies in both regions and the responses of immigrants to these policies in the urban areas. The workshop covered a wide range of themes, including: housing, health, employment, language, community relations, citizenship, education, subjective well-being relating to migrants in the UK and Latin America.
Along with the growth of diversity in cosmopolitan cities all over the world, there has been a rapidly heating debate about migration policies and regulations. We want to consider the ways in which the urban is a site for integration.
Early Career Researchers from the UK and Brazil attended this workshop in Brasilia, Brazil, covered by the Newton Fund Researcher Links programme.
See more details and results on the event website.
- View details of the Call for Participants / Application form.
- Participants should be Early Career Researchers: this is defined as holding a PhD (or having equivalent research experience; workshop organisers define the prerequisites according to field of research / discipline) and having up to 10 years post-PhD research experience. They are equivalent to the ‘Recognised Researcher’ and sometimes ‘Experienced Researcher’ categories in the EU framework for researchers’ careers. PhD students in their final year are also welcome.
- Participants must have a research or academic position (a permanent post, research contract, or fellowship etc.) at a recognised research institution in either the UK or in Brazil