Migration Research @ Lunchtime Seminars

Migration research @ Lunchtime seminars are organized by the Migration Research Division. Migration researchers and experts working on a range of subjects, particularly those relevant to migration policy and practice, are invited to present their work at IOM Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Through these seminars, IOM aims to further glean from rigorous academic research on migration to inform its work, while at the same time strengthening collaboration between the organization and migration researchers. 

Videos of some of the past seminar presentations can be found below:

Dr Emre Korkmaz: Digital and Transformative Technologies and People on the Move

22 Jul 2019

Nicola Piper: Governance of Migration in Southeast Asia. A perspective from the bottom up

18 Jun 2019

Jennifer Gordon: Refugees and the Trade-Migration Nexus

28 May 2019

Ahmet Icduygu: Towards Pseudo-Integration

05 Apr 2019

Matthias Lücke and Mauro Lanati: Presentation of the MEDAM Report

11 Oct 2018

Martin Ruhs: Labour Immigration Programmes in High-Income Countries

09 Mar 2017

Douglas Howard and Lahra Smith: Environmental Impact of Refugee Camps. Lessons from Ethiopia and Djibouti

03 May 2017

Etienne Piguet: The “migratory crisis”. A geo-historical interpretation

01 Jun 2017

Maria Koinova: Diasporas and contested sovereignty. Academic findings and policy implications

30 Oct 2017

Binod Khadria: The trinity of migration conflicts

26 Sep 2017