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Showcasing the Global Migration MSc

New Migration Research Unit working papers

Showcasing the Global Migration MSc

The UCL Geography Migration Research Unit (MRU) has published a new set of six working papers.

They showcase the best work done by students on the MSc Global Migration programme, and can be found here.

The papers are:

  • 2014/1 The impact of male out-migration on left-behind women’s marital and reproductive strategies: a case-study in Kebemer, Senegal.
    Melissa Alice Paintoux
  • 2014/2 From the Front Page to the Town Hall: Representations of Irish Travellers and local resistance to sites.
    Joanna Moore
  • 2014/3 Queer, Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Refugee Experiences of ‘Passing’ into ‘Membership of a Particular Social Group’
    Elizabeth Connely
  • 2014/4 Family Reunification Rules in the UK: Protecting or Redefining Citizenship through Immigration Control?
    Ana Macouzet
  • 2014/5 Citizenship and Geographies of Belonging: The Experience of Portuguese-Angolan and Indo-Mozambican Communities “Returning Home”.
    Jessica Vilela Hansraj
  • 2014/6 No ‘Place’ For Home: Stories of Discomfort and Depoliticisation in the Privatisation of Dispersal Accommodation in Yorkshire and Humberside.
    Lorna Kate Gledhill

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