- Migration policy
- Legal mobilsation
- Citizenship deprivation
- Border activism
Friday, 10 Nov 2023 08:30–10:00 UTC+01
In this seminar we draw on examples from cities in Africa and Asia to discuss how these emerging realities challenge current notions of ‘development’.
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2022
In this talk given at PRIO on 11 November 2022, Jonathan Rigg draws on work across rural areas of Southeast Asia (Thailand, Laos and Vietnam) and South Asia (Sri Lanka and Nepal), and sheds light on the mixed developmental origins, effects and impacts of migration on people, communities and environments.
Friday, 11 Nov 2022 08:30–10:00 UTC+01
Welcome to a seminar on development impacts of migration in Asia, and how we can make sense of them, with professor Jonathan Rigg (University of Bristol).
Friday, 10 Dec 2021
The online workshop 'Migrating from Pakistan today: Interrogating the regular/irregular divide' brought together close to twenty researchers and practitioners working in the field of migration from and in Pakistan, centre-staging knowledge-production with local and origin context grounding.
Report – external series
MIGNEX Background Paper
Tuesday, 31 May 2022
Successful MIGNEX consortium meeting in Istanbul, with inspiring discussion as the project members continue to build new knowledge on migration, development and policy.
Wednesday, 15 Sep 2021
What about conflict drives some people to move, while others stay behind? Proposed session for the Annual Meeting of American Geographers 2022, on the geographies of migration during conflict and the dynamics of migration-decision making in conflict settings.
May 2021 – Apr 2026
Led by Marta Bivand Erdal. Funder: European Research Council.