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Migration Conversations is a podcast that invites persons to share their migration stories. Hosted by Professor Jamie Liew, each episode is an in-depth conversation with people who have experienced the Canadian immigration system or other migration regimes up close. We talk to migrants, immigrants, lawyers, policy makers, advocates and experts. We hope that these conversations shed light on the challenges migrants face through their own voices. Please note this podcast is not legal advice.
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World of Migration

Migration Policy Institute

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Much has changed—and is changing—in the world of migration and integration policy. Migration management has become more complex as flows have diversified in types and origins; overtaxed humanitarian protection systems globally are facing record challenges; societies have become more polarized, with immigration often used as a wedge issue; climate migration is an ever-growing area of concern for the future; and key immigrant-destination countries are increasingly competing for the types of im ...
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The Migration Podcast

The Migration Podcast

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The field of migration and mobility studies is vast and has grown exponentially over the past decades. To make sense of the movement of people, this podcast explores migration and mobility research globally. Providing a platform for migration scholars to speak about their projects, ideas and insights, The IMISCOE Migration Podcast aims to publicize what happens inside universities around the world. This is a podcast by the research community for everyone interested in knowing more about acad ...
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For several decades, researchers based at the University of Oxford have been addressing one of the most compelling human stories; why and how people move. Combining the expertise of the Centre on Migration Policy and Society, the Refugee Studies Centre, Border Criminologies in the Department of Law, the Transport Studies Unit in the School of Geography and the Environment, and scholars working on migration and mobility from across divisions and departments, the University has one the largest ...
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Migrationsstadt Mannheim

Mannheimer Morgen & Joschka Moravek

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Nahezu die Hälfte aller Menschen, die in Mannheim leben, haben einen Migrationshintergrund. Damit liegt die Stadt deutlich über dem Bundesdurchschnitt. Wir wollen hinter die Statistik blicken: Was haben Menschen mit Migrationserfahrung in Mannheim erlebt? Was bewegt Gastarbeiterkinder und Geflüchtete? In "Migrationsstadt Mannheim" erzählt Joschka Moravek ihre Geschichten. Jeden Donnerstag eine neue Folge.
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Människor & Migration

Människor & Migration

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Människor & Migration är en podcast om människor på flykt och deras rättigheter. Podden har fram till och med 14 mars 2019 (avsnitt 58) ägts av Arena Idé, men drivs nu av Asylrättscentrum.
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「胡康邦移民顧問」多年來為客戶提供澳洲、加拿大、英國及歐盟國家等各類移民簽證服務,一直秉承「對客用心、令客安心、讓客開心」的服務理念,並致力為大眾提供最新、最快的移民資訊。 【It's passion. It's different】 We provide our clients with the best valued, reliable and professional migration services to Australia, UK, Canada, USA and Hong Kong.
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Dive into the world of Australian migration with Alexander King, a seasoned expert from Migration Consultant Ltd, as he unravels the intricacies of immigrating to Australia. Whether you're an individual dreaming of a fresh start, a family seeking new horizons, or a business eager to tap into expansive markets, Alex King's insights will guide you through every step of the journey. Migration Consultant Ltd boasts representatives from all corners of the globe. Each episode of "Migration Matters ...
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Migration Matters

Mark and Chris

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Migration Matters is a Salvation Army podcast about the global Office 365 migration. Expect to hear where things have progressed to, what is happening, how to get started, where to find resources, and what needs to be completed. Stories from migrations will feature guests from around the Army world.
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India Migration Now: Podcasts

India Migration Now

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India Migration Now (a South East Asia Migration Foundation venture) views migration as an opportunity. Through these podcasts we bring to you stories of migrants, their lives and experiences. We also talk to experts to understand the policy framework in place for internal migrants, emigrants and immigrants in India.
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Cloud migration offers numerous benefits, such as increased scalability, flexibility, and cost savings. However, it can be a daunting process for those who are unfamiliar with it. In this complete guide to cloud migration, we'll take you through everything you need to know about migrating your business operations to the cloud!
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Have you considered moving to Australia? “Making Australian Migration Easy” is your future pathway to the land down under. Join me, the host Rhea Fawole, Australian solicitor and Founder of SOLVi Migration — a law firm providing simple solutions for Australian migration. I spent over 12 years working in Australia’s Immigration Department and witnessed first hand just how complex and overwhelming immigration processes can be. My knowledge and real world experience makes me specially qualified ...
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We each live according to our own personal code of ethics but what moral principles guide our work? The 19 feature theme articles in this issue debate many of the ethical questions that confront us in programming, research, safeguarding and volunteering, and in our use of data, new technologies, messaging and images. Prepare to be enlightened, unsettled and challenged. This issue is being published in tribute to Barbara Harrell-Bond, founder of the Refugee Studies Centre and FMR, who died in ...
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In the 20 years since they were launched, the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement have been of assistance to many States responding to internal displacement, and have been incorporated into many national and regional policies and laws. However, the scale of internal displacement today remains vast, and the impact on those who are displaced is immense. This issue includes 19 articles on the main feature theme of Twenty Years of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement. See more ...
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This podcast that will take you on a journey across the world...without you having to go anywhere. You'll be hearing from the people leaving their countries and everything behind them, to the volunteers working alongside them. Those currently living in refugee camps, and people working on the front line. The humans behind the statistics and the headlines. The real heroes of today. Transcend borders, nationalities, religions and languages to hear from the people with which we share this world ...
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These American stories are not in your standard history book. History tends to be reduced to key moments and celebrated names, and what’s often overlooked are the stories of the ordinary people, both past and present, who have lived through journeys of immigration and migration...the people who have shaped what it means to be and to become American. How To Be American is a podcast by the Tenement Museum where from New York’s Lower East Side, we explore the history of immigration and migratio ...
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Voluntary return in safety and with dignity as a durable solution to displacement has long been a core tenet of the international refugee regime. In the 23 articles on Return in this issue of FMR, authors explore various obstacles to achieving sustainable return, some of which are common to diverse situations of displacement while others are specific to certain contexts. Many of the authors discuss the need to guard against premature or forced return, and the risks that such return may entai ...
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Meet Dr. Kyle Kajihiro who teaches at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa in Ethnic Studies and Geography and Environment. His research focuses on U.S. imperial formations, militarization, and Indigenous and decolonial social movements in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific region. He is also a founding member of Hawai'i Peace and Justice, an organization worki…
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In recent years, the Ethiopian government has pledged to increase access to education and employment for the more than 900,000 refugees living in Ethiopia, most in camps. There have been ups and downs along the way, but a few key trends have emerged. In this episode of our podcast, Migration Policy Institute Europe Associate Director Camille Le Coz…
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In recent years, the Ethiopian government has pledged to increase access to education and employment for the more than 900,000 refugees living in Ethiopia, most in camps. There have been ups and downs along the way, but a few key trends have emerged. In this episode of our podcast, Migration Policy Institute Europe Associate Director Camille Le Coz…
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“There's a total contradiction between irregularity and child protection…not doing anything, or rather the opposite, blocking the access to a resident permit is a children's rights violation, in my opinion, because it leads to vulnerability, it leads to some kind of protection issues, social exclusion, and so on.”In this episode, we hear Alexandra …
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How does housing relate to migration and asylum issues? Using the City of Oxford as a case study, we consider the affordability and accessibility of housing to newcomers and the impact this has on refugee and asylum seekers. In this episode of The Migration Oxford Podcast, we explore the ongoing housing affordability and accessibility crisis in the…
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Hello and welcome again to yet another episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, where we showcase projects and people from the field of migration and diaspora engagement. I’m your host Loksan Harley from Homelands Advisory, your independent migration and diaspora agency. Now, it’s been a while since we talked about Latin America on this podcast…
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Do countries that are major polluters have a moral responsibility to aid people displaced by hurricanes, sea-level rise, and other events driven or exacerbated by climate change? What form might that responsibility take? For this episode, we are joined by Jamie Draper, who focuses on political philosophy and ethics at Utrecht University. While he a…
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Meet Dr. Kyle Kajihiro who teaches at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa in Ethnic Studies and Geography and Environment. His research focuses on U.S. imperial formations, militarization, and Indigenous and decolonial social movements in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific region. He is also a founding member of Hawai'i Peace and Justice, an organization worki…
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Do countries that are major polluters have a moral responsibility to aid people displaced by hurricanes, sea-level rise, and other events driven or exacerbated by climate change? What form might that responsibility take? For this episode, we are joined by Jamie Draper, who focuses on political philosophy and ethics at Utrecht University. While he a…
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Hello and welcome to a very special episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, in which we have our first-ever repeat guest. Great friend of Homelands Advisory and star guest of episode 2, Dr Martin Russell, AKA Doctor Diaspora, is back on the show to talk about the state of the diaspora engagement sector now four years on from that first intervi…
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“Theoretical categories that we have had from this emphasis on South North have to be rethought, or maybe we need innovation and new categories to be introduced.”In this episode, Roos Derrix chats with Gerasimos Tsourapas and Kamal Sadiq about their latest project on the politics of South-South labour migration, and the development of a transnation…
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Hello and welcome to another episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, produced by Homelands Advisory, your independent migration agency. In case this is your first time tuning in, we spotlight projects, research and stories related to people on-the-move. Today, we’ve got a heavyweight of the migration world, Rob McNeil from the Migration Observ…
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The world is grappling with the idea of restitution for people who have been negatively affected by the impacts of climate change—potentially including displacement within a country or across international borders. World leaders are at the early stages of creating a global loss and damage fund to financially compensate these climate victims. Much r…
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The world is grappling with the idea of restitution for people who have been negatively affected by the impacts of climate change—potentially including displacement within a country or across international borders. World leaders are at the early stages of creating a global loss and damage fund to financially compensate these climate victims. Much r…
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What makes diaspora communities unique? We learn about the roles of diasporas, contributions to development and humanitarian initiatives across the globe and unpack how people living in diaspora drive change in their communities. In this episode of The Migration Oxford Podcast, we unpack how diaspora communities are partners in development and huma…
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Hello and you’re listening to the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, a show that shines light on some of the most impactful trends, projects and people working in the field of migration and diaspora engagement. And I’m your host, Loksan Harley, Executive Director of Homelands Advisory - your independent migration agency specialised in research, policy d…
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In the 4th episode of the Hawai'i series of the Migration Conversations Podcast, I speak with Dr. John Rosa, and associate professor of history at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Dr. Rosa’s research focuses on the social and cultural history of twentieth-century Hawai’i and the histories of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United St…
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Hello, and welcome to another episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, where we discuss topics, projects, ideas, and everything else related to migration and diaspora engagement. Today, we’ve got a podcast about, well, podcasting. We’ve got Ana Lucía Gutiérrez González on the show to share her wonderful story connecting with fellow Peruvian dia…
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”I think [it is important to] stress again that colonial legacies also really determine how South to South migration is being structured today.”In this episode, Mira Burmeister-Rudolph speaks with Liberty Chee about Kerala’s social protection policies for Indian migrants to the Gulf, the latter’s relationships with diasporic communities and how mig…
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In the third instalment of Migration Conversations' Hawai'i Series, I speak with Dr. Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller, a professor in political science at the College of Social Sciences, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. His research focuses on the mobilization of rights discourses in various contexts. We discuss his new book Law by Night, nocturnal legal th…
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Many people are leaving rural mountain areas around the globe because their livelihoods are becoming less profitable and the threat of landslides and other disasters is increasing. As the impacts of climate change grow, these mountain residents may face additional challenges dealing with environmental disruption. And by moving to urban areas, they …
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Many people are leaving rural mountain areas around the globe because their livelihoods are becoming less profitable and the threat of landslides and other disasters is increasing. As the impacts of climate change grow, these mountain residents may face additional challenges dealing with environmental disruption. And by moving to urban areas, they …
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Welcome to the second episode of a special series of Migration Conversations in Hawai'i. In this episode I am in conversation with Reece Jones, a professor at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa in the department of geography and environment. The author of four books in this episode, we talk about his book titled White Borders: The History of Race a…
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Welcome to the first episode of a special series of Migration Conversations in Hawai'i. In this episode I am in conversation with Noelani Goodyear-Ka’ōpua in an outdoor park with light rain tickling us. Born to young activists and UH graduates, Noelani grew up around Hawai’I communities and movements organizing around evictions, environmental degra…
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Intersections of art and activism are used as a tool to promote diversity, address human rights and make calls to action in contexts of migration. What is artivism and how can it support individuals to tell their own stories? In this episode of The Migration Oxford Podcast, we discuss the role of artivism as a tool to promote diversity in contexts …
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Hello, and welcome to another episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, where we discuss topics, projects, ideas, and everything else related to the movement of people. Today, I’m joined by David Martineau, Senior Programme Manager at the International Organization for Migration (IOM), who tells us all about the Migration Governance Indicators (…
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Hello and welcome to another episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, a show about all things migration hosted by yours truly, Loksan Harley from Homelands Advisory. Today, we’ve got a fascinating episode featuring my friend Salvatore Petronella from Labor Mobility Partnerships (LaMP). About Salvatore Salvatore Petronella is a migration governa…
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In this essential episode of "Immigrating to Australia as a Nurse," host Alexander King takes you through a comprehensive guide on how to successfully move to Australia as a nurse. From the initial steps of assessing your qualifications with ANMAC to obtaining registration with AHPRA, Alexander covers all the bases. We'll dive into the specifics of…
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“What does that [balancing research objectives and donor priorities] mean for us training the next generation and for people entering the field? I think what it requires….is that we all have to work in multiple registers.”In this episode we hear Silindile Mlilo interview Loren Landau about his latest research on African cities. He talks about how p…
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A landmark climate migration deal inked in late 2023 would allow hundreds of climate-vulnerable residents of the small island nation of Tuvalu to move to Australia. The pact is the latest step for a region that is at the leading edge globally in policy experimentation to address climate displacement. This Australia-Tuvalu deal, which is not uncontr…
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A landmark climate migration deal inked in late 2023 would allow hundreds of climate-vulnerable residents of the small island nation of Tuvalu to move to Australia. The pact is the latest step for a region that is at the leading edge globally in policy experimentation to address climate displacement. This Australia-Tuvalu deal, which is not uncontr…
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Hello and welcome to another episode of the Migration & Diaspora Podcast, a show about all things migration. Today, I’m delighted to welcome Elana Wong from the Civil Society Action Committee (CSAC) to the show to talk about multi-stakeholder engagement in global migration governance. About Elana Elana is a young advocate for migrant rights, and ci…
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For irregular migrants, the inability to provide proof of identity affects nearly every aspect of life. We explore cities that have introduced municipal ID cards to enhance social integration and enable access to key services. For irregular migrants, the inability to provide proof of identity affects nearly every aspect of their lives. Municipal ID…
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“Migrating is a very difficult and dangerous thing if you're doing it undocumented, but also it's a very beautiful thing because you're walking, you're meeting people, you're talking… I hope this is not romanticizing the pain they experience, but I think... my book tries to show that they experience both. They are people, they are complete people, …
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Are you considering a move to Australia as a working healthcare professional? What do you need to know before applying for the right visa, and who can you trust with the information you find online? Nanelle Griselda is a registered nurse and online content creator who is originally from Ghana and is now living in the UK. In today's informative epis…
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In this episode, Yixin Zhang interviews Biao Xiang, about how analyzing processes of control over mobility and immobility can help explain the different consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in Wuhan and Shanghai, in China. This research is from Professor Xiang’s latest paper, called, “Logistical Power and Logistical Violence”. It was recently publ…
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Secondary cities are increasingly gaining attention as homes to refugees and other migrants and, as result, they are targets of development programming and international support. In Africa, these secondary cities are seeing their overall populations swell even as migrant numbers also increase, placing pressure on services such as education, health …
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The U.S. government in 2021 recommitted to the U.S. refugee resettlement program following several years of dismantling and record-low admissions. This reconstruction is taking place even as the resettlement program has been tasked with scaling up to meet the needs of refugees admitted in the wake of emergency resettlement initiatives, Operation Al…
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Russell King has been teaching and researching the topic of migration for more than 50 years. In this episode, he is interviewed by Sara Hannafin about thinking beyond the dominate frameworks of how and why people migrate. This ambition has led him to study return migration, retirement migration, student migration, and most recently, migration moti…
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Migration is complex, and rarely is there only one single factor that prompts people to leave their homes. That is especially true when climate change is involved, since its impacts on internal and international migration are often indirect and hard to trace. So when we talk about climate migration, what exactly do we mean? And why is the distincti…
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Migration is complex, and rarely is there only one single factor that prompts people to leave their homes. That is especially true when climate change is involved, since its impacts on internal and international migration are often indirect and hard to trace. So when we talk about climate migration, what exactly do we mean? And why is the distincti…
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* Applications for the 2024 IMISCOE PhD School in Lancashire are open. Apply here before November 26th : https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/stages/6786/submitterMore information is available on the IMISCOE website: https://www.imiscoe.org/events/imiscoe-events/1875-2023-imiscoe-phd-school-2 *In this episode, Larisa Ozeryansky speaks to Dr. Bernadette …
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