Rethinking migration systems through a multi-dimensional approach
MEMO is a large-scale comparative study that brings together researchers and community partners to deepen understanding of regional migration systems and to help improve international migration governance. The project is led by the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration program at the Toronto Metropolitan University and made possible with the support of a Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
(PDF file) Complex Migration Flows and Multiple Drivers: What Do We Know? (2023) by Anna Triandafyllidou, Daniela Ghio, Luisa Veronis & Robert McLeman.
The global governance of migration: Towards a ‘messy’ approach (external link) by Anna Triandafyllidou in International Migration.The ‘in-between’ role of linguistic minority sites in immigrants’ integration: The Francophone community as third space (external link) by Anne-Cecile Delaisse, Luisa Veronis and Suzanne Huot in Metro Vancouver, Social & Cultural Geography.International migration and climate adaptation in an era of hardening borders (external link) by Robert McLeman in Nature Climate Change.