The 18th Migration Summer School will provide an opportunity for participants to be able to evaluate continuities and change in global migration, including, but not only, the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. To achieve its objectives, high-level scientific expertise will be blended with extensive scope for participants to discuss their own ideas and to develop an enhanced perspective on their own professional and career development.
The Summer School will follow a problem-oriented approach to encourage critical engagement. Participants will be supported by extensive background material, debates, group work, individual drop-in sessions with tutors plus sessions during which participants can present their own projects.
The Summer School will have a global focus, addressing the following eight substantive topics through the inputs of professors and researchers from the Migration Policy Centre supplemented by distinguished keynote speakers.
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