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Migration Working Group: Migration governance narratives and migration practices on the ground

January 25, 2022
12:00 PM EST - 2:30 PM EST
Online via Zoom
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The January Migration Working Group addresses the themes migration governance narratives and migration practices on the ground.

The discussion will be moderated by Younes Ahouga, Research Fellow, CERC Migration, Ryerson University.

The Migration Working Group meets monthly to discuss the migration research of emerging and established scholars. Our meetings give researchers an opportunity to present their ongoing projects, learn about each other's work and share feedback.


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 Regional regulatory governance and migration in South America: Achievements and challenges in the context of the Venezuelan exodus

 Andrea C. Bianculli, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals 

 Juan Carloa Triviño-Salazar, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals

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 Caravans, microchips, organ trafficking, and Donald Trump: Circulation, use, and limitations of rumors among Central American youth during the migrant journeys

 Angel Escamilla García, Cornell University

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 Guiding through the maze: Federal MP district offices as IRCC outposts?

 Adèle Garnier, Université Laval

 Danièle Bélanger, Université Laval

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 Conceptualizing migration at the UN: A text analysis of the narratives produced by IOM and UNHCR on forced migration

 Brandon Green, London School of Economics

 Antoine Pécoud, University of Sorbonne Paris Nord

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 Migration policy during Ecuador’s turn to the left: Governing migration through the migration-development nexus and the migration-security nexus

 Mercedes Eguiguren, Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences/ San Francisco de Quito University