Research Hub

IMISCOE's Migration Research Hub brings experts, publications, datasets, and projects together under one roof.

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and the taxonomy, for the benefit of the migration
research community.


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the Hub

Our short video tutorials
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  • Database

    Find migration data and information, from literature to projects to topical experts, all in one place.
  • Output

    Methodological issues in migration studies, Migration Policy Indicators, Migration Scenarios and other CrossMigration project outputs
  • Taxonomy

    A system to help knowledge users and producers find the most relevant information for them.
  • Experts

    A directory of experts
    in the field of migration.


On Interviews
18 November 2019

Video: Ann Singleton shares her views on CrossMigration

Ann Singleton shares her views on how CrossMigration adds value to efforts at data collection and dissemination. The time is ripe for bringing all different communities of knowledge together! Visit our YouTube channel...
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On News & Updates
28 October 2019

Migration Infrastructures: Pinning down an emerging field of research

How do people migrate? Which routes do they take? How do they organise their journeys? Which organisations, institutions and technologies support them in doing so? Migration Infrastructures represent a relatively youn...
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On News & Updates
24 September 2019

Migration food for thought: Studying ethnic identities through the lens of Bourdieu

#migrationfoodforthought from Fiona Seiger, on ethnic identities and the creation of economic, cultural and social capital. When it comes to migration, ethnicity is a crucial aspect that needs to be fully understood a...
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On Food for thought
17 September 2019

Migration Food for Thought: Multiple migrations: Overlooked element of the migratory world

Literature on migration tends to focus on a sedentarised understanding of migration, when migrants move from place A to place B and settle there. This focus often overlooks the so-called multiple migrants, people who eng...
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