The discourse currently dominating international migration privileges a Northern agenda and obfuscates the real causes and consequences of why people move. A greater focus on the Global South is essential.
We are looking for highly experienced professionals to fill two senior posts leading the programme management.
Heaven CrawleyNew Year, new challenge? We are looking for highly experienced, talented professionals to support our new #GCRF South-South Migration, Inequality and Development Hub based at @CTPSR_Coventry & working with12 countries in Global South. Deadline 14th January
The migration advisers’ report shows free movement has been good for the UK, says the academic Jonathan Portes
Heaven Crawley“Free movement has been good for the UK economy and public finances, and when it ends there will be consequences... politicians should remember that immigration may be just as big a problem when it is falling as when it is rising”. @jdportes is spot on
Heaven CrawleyWe're looking for a Research Fellow for our new MiFriendly City project which aims to increase recognition of refugee and migrants' contribution our civic, economic and social fabric and build solidarity between migrant/non-migrant groups. Check it out!
(2017). Refugees, migrants, neither, both: categorical fetishism and the politics of bounding in Europe’s ‘migration crisis’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Ahead of Print. doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1348224
Heaven CrawleyI’ve argued repeatedly that it’s not possible to easily differentiate between refugees and migrants - see for example my @scmrjems article with Dimitris Skleparis. I’m not sure how @JC_Hathaway’s proposed model would solve this issue