Our research and knowledge clusters provide emerging scholars, researchers, practitioners, and newcomers with a space to present their experiences, insights from the field, and research on policy issues in the field of migration.
The Migration Initiative identifies the production of accessible policy-relevant research as an important element in shaping policy-decisions, reconstructing narratives, and catalyzing change.
We also recognize that publishing outside of academic journals can be a significant method of
engaging, disseminating, and communicating relevant policy issues to a broader audience including policy-makers, governmental and non-governmental organizations, migrants and refugees, and the general public.
Our goal is to enrich our knowledge network with research on migration policy. By disseminating written pieces in a language that is accessible to non-academic audiences, we aim to facilitate intersectoral knowledge exchanges between emerging scholars, policy-makers, and stakeholders.
Ongoing submissions from graduate students, researchers, practitioners in the field of migration, and
refugees are welcome.