These events are now finished. Please see our events section for details of upcoming Migration and Refugee network events.
Migration, enterprise and value creation public lecture
Symposium: The Zero-sum game of economic migration: Integration through Rights?
The symposium brings together academics and practioners to explore the wide-ranging micro and macro structures that feed into perceived tensions between mobility, social and labour rights and legal guarantees of full integration.
Convened on 12 September 2022
Work together, create impact
All colleagues are invited to register their interest in a one-day networking event to explore how we can work together to make a greater impact on society.
Convened on: 15 September 2022
The role of the state in international labour migration
In this session, Dr Roderick Galam, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, focused on the role played by the state in labour migration. We examined both the sending or labour-supply country and the receiving or destination country.
Convened on: 30 March 2022
Economics of Mutuality
Siamack Salari, Senior Fellow, Qualitative Research Expert, discussed mobile ethnography, migrants and contradictions.
Convened on: 23 March 2022
Rethinking the border in times of crisis
Computer Science: Big data and cloud for migration/refugees data
Dr Mohammed Younas, Oxford Brookes Reader in Computer Science, gave an overview of the big data and cloud technologies in relation to migration and refugees data.
Convened on: 9 March 2022
Status of Immigrants in Britain: A Historical Perspective
In this lecture, Professor Andrew Spicer, Professor of Early Modern European History, will reflect on the rich history of immigration to Britain in the late medieval and early modern periods.
Convened on: 23 February 2022
Migration, enterprise and value creation
26 January 2022
Migrants and refugees often struggle to access labour markets, especially during the early stages of their settlement. Consequently, they pursue alternative entrepreneurial routes to facilitate their adjustment. This session by Professor Peter Lugosi (Deputy Director of the Centre for Business, Society and Global Challenges) explores:
a) how diverse migrants engage in enterprises;
b) how their business and organisational practises intersect with ‘identity work’; and
c) how they and stakeholders are embroiled in practises of value creation.