The social relations of care are subject to increasing pressures, indeed some have claimed that there is a ‘care crisis’ in some parts of the world. Migration can be regarded as both a source of and solution to pressures such as the global increase in women’s waged labour, the continuing gendered imbalance of domestic/care responsibilities, ageing societies, youthful societies, restructuring of welfare states, structural adjustment etc. Migration is also creating new social divisions within care work, both paid and unpaid.


Balancing Citizenship of Insiders and Outsiders

Bridget Anderson and Sarah Walker | September 2013 – April 2017

Migration Services in Wales

Jonathan Price, Sarah Spencer, Carlos Vargas-Silva and Yvonni Markaki | January 2015 – March 2017

Social Contexts of Education and Learning in Retirement Migration

Caroline Oliver | March 2012 – October 2013

The employment and working conditions of migrant domestic workers in South East Asia

Bridget Anderson and Emma Newcombe | August 2015 - June 2016

The role of Migrant Health and Social Care Workers in Ageing Societies

Sarah Spencer, Isabel Shutes, Vanessa Hughes and Bridget Anderson | 2007 - 2009

Who Cares? Researching and Meeting the Needs of Migrant Care Workers

Bridget Anderson | June 2007 – September 2009