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Introducing the International Migration Institute Network

 

The International Migration Institute network – IMIn – was launched recently. As an offshoot and international continuation of the International Migration Institute, the IMIn will continue the work and mission of the International Migration Institute (IMI), which was established in 2006 at the University of Oxford. Due to Oxford University’s decision to close IMI’s doors in 2017, researchers decided to continue IMI as an international research network to allow research collaboration to flourish more freely across the many countries and institutions in which former and current IMI collaborators are now based. Initially, IMIn focuses on consolidating existing initiatives such as the working paper series, information on current and past research projects IMIn fellows are involved in, and the archive of databases and project materials that they have built up. But the network also has ambitious plans for the future.

 

For more information on The International Migration Institute network please click here: https://migrantsrights.org.uk/blog/2018/01/23/introducing-international-migration-institute-network/

 

You can also keep up to date with its activities on the new IMI network website, www.imi-n.org