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This track is open to all topics in migration studies covering all disciplines from Economics to Anthropology, Health to Political Science, Psychology, Arts and Literature.
Topics include but not limited to:
|Migration Policy and Law
|Gender and sexuality
|Cultures of migration
|Arts and Literature
|Conflict and insecurity
|Brexit and migration
|Russia and Central Asia
|Germany and Central Europe
|Boats and migrants
|China and Chinese migrations
|High skilled movers
|Data and methods
|Populism(s) and migration
|“High value” migrants
Entrepreneurship and Migration
This special track invites papers focusing on migration and entrepreneurship relationships from agency or structural perspectives.
Migration Law and Policy
You are kindly invited to join us in the special track of Migration Law and Policy at The Migration Conference (TMC). The Conference is again dedicating a special track for Law and Policy debates and covering, inter alia, the following topics:
- Digitalisation and Migration
- Climate Change and Migration
- International Protection
- Gender and Migration
- War and Migration
- Migration on the High Sea
- Human Trafficking
- Border Management
- Fundamental Rights and Migration
- Migration Governance
- Role and Challenges of Refugee Law Clinics
We would like to see as many of you to join the debate with scholars, experts, researchers, students, practitioners, media, and policy makers.
TMC is one of the largest and most prestigious international events for migration scholars, practitioners and policy makers and well attended by world class researchers from over 60 countries worldwide, the conference provides a friendly, supportive environment to receive feedback, share ideas, find inspiration and network.
Authors retain all rights to their submitted work. TPLondon, and the organising partners of the conference are authorised to publish and disseminate the abstracts, presentations, and papers submitted.
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