Middlesex University has an outstanding reputation in conducting local, national and international research on migration, asylum and ethnic diversity, using interdisciplinary and innovative approaches. Many of our academics work as consultants and advisors for international organisations, community groups and the public and private sector, as well as contributing to the academic debate with cutting-edge publications and regular events.
The university’s School of Law – which includes the departments of Law and Policy and Criminology and Sociology – is a member of IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion), the largest European network of researchers on migration and integration.
This ‘Migration at Middlesex’ webpage offers and overview of our work and activities in this area and provides updates on events, publications, research projects, courses and other activities.
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