This conference is hosted by the International Migration Institute, IMI, an Oxford Martin School Institute
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of IMI, this conference seeks both to review the progress made in reaching the aim of developing a long-term and forward-looking perspective on international migration as an intrinsic part of global change, and to explore new conceptual horizons for understanding migration processes and their impacts for origin and destination societies.
In January 2006 the International Migration Institute (IMI) was founded at Oxford University by Stephen Castles and Steven Vertovec with the aim of developing a long-term and forward-looking perspective on international migration as an intrinsic part of global change. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of IMI, this conference seeks both to review the progress made in reaching these aims and to explore new conceptual horizons for understanding migration processes and their impacts for origin and destination societies.
Keynote speakers and Panellists
- Dr Oliver Bakewell, Director, International Migration Institute
- Professor Stephen Castles, Research Chair in Sociology, University of Sydney
- Professor Robin Cohen, Emeritus Professor of Development Studies and former Director of IMI
- Professor Hein de Haas, Professor of Sociology, University of Amsterdam, and former co-director of IMI
- Dr Filiz Garip, Associate Professor of Sociology, Harvard University
- Professor Tim Hatton, Department of Economics, University of Essex
- Dr Leander Kandilige, Visiting Lecturer at University of Northampton, Lecturer at University of Ghana and Research Associate, University of Oxford
- Professor Uma Kothari, Professor of Migration and Postcolonial Studies, University of Manchester
- Professor Loren Landau, South African Research Chair in Mobility and the Politics of Difference, African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand
- ProfessorTakyiwaa Manuh, Director, Social Development Policy Division, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
- Dr Ça?lar Özden, Senior economist in the Development Research Group's Trade and Integration team, World Bank
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- Standard fee with Conference dinner - £220
- Standard fee without the Conference dinner - £180
Discounted fee for full-time students and those based in a developing country
- Standard fee with Conference dinner - £190
- Standard fee without the Conference dinner - £150
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