|Artivism and Migration
|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?
|Salma Zulfiqar, Natalia Federenko, Ruth Nyabuto, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead, Delphine Boagey
|20 February, 2024
|Municipal IDs and Local Citizenship
|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.
|Myriam Cherti, Albert Gamarra, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead, Delphine Boagey
|18 January, 2024
|Emptiness, War and Migration
|In the UK, migration debates tend to be about the idea of fullness – concepts of arrivals, overcrowding, competition for resources – but what about emptiness? We learn why it is such an important part of understanding migration.
|Maria Gunko, Volodymyr Artiukh, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead, Delphine Boagey
|7 November, 2023
|Automating Immigration in the Digital Age
|What do advancements in AI mean for immigration? We discuss the current and emerging practices of new technologies in the field, and explore developments in the use of predictive analytics, automated risk assessment and profiling.
|Derya Ozkul, Caterina Rodelli, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead
|29 September, 2023
|The Aftermath of Forced Return
|With the help of our panel, we discuss forced return migration and the different power dynamics at play. What are the difficulties of forced returnees to home countries and what are the differences between the wealth and influence of certain states?
|Matthew Gibney, Guadalupe Chavez, Maggie Loredo
|27 June, 2023
| We often think of migration in binary terms of regular or irregular migration; legal or illegal, but often people move in between these states and are left in an insecure status. How does this precarity effect a migrant’s access to services in cities?
|Marie Mallet-Garcia, Shams Asadi, Wanjiku Ngotho-Mbugua
|19 May, 2023
|Politics of Emigration
|In this episode of The Migration Oxford Podcast, we are discussing the politics of emigration. All countries are countries of immigration and of emigration, yet the politics of emigration are often less obsessed over as attitudes toward immigration.
|Anna Kyriazi, Julia Rone, Madeleine Reeves, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead
|21 February, 2023
|Who Counts? Data and Migration
|We discuss the role of data science in migration studies, joined by Dr. Emre Korkmaz, lecturer in migration and co-author of Data Science for Migration and Mobility and Christina Pao, PhD student and co-organiser of the Measuring Migration Conference 2022
|Emre Korkmaz, Christina Pao, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead
|19 January, 2023
|How does gender affect experiences of migration and communities left behind? In the age of a controversial Nationality and Borders Bill, we ask how current policies interact with gender and find out what happens when a gender lens on migration is ignored.
|Jacqui Broadhead, Rob McNeil, Melissa Siegel, Alphonsine Kabagabo
|5 October, 2022
|BONUS- Immigration to Innovation
|Aditi Anand (Artistic Director, Migration Museum) takes us on an extended tour of the immersive Taking Care of Business exhibition and introduces us to the stories behind migrant businesses we often don't get to hear.
|13 September, 2022
|Immigration to Innovation
|We take a tour round the Taking Care of Business exhibition at the Migration Museum and hear about new research into refugee entrepreneurialism.
|Aditi Anand, Gilda Borriello
|6 September, 2022
|Movement of Money
|As we enter a period of global instability, we ask what role remittances will play and how we can improve data collection on remittances to better understand their vital importance on a local and global scale.
|Carlos Vargas-Silva, Dilip Ratha
|8 August, 2022
|Rwanda and refoulement: Can the 1951 Refugee Convention survive?
|In this episode of the Migration Oxford Podcast, we ask if the 1951 Refugee Convention is under attack.
|Catherine Briddick, Sabir Zazai
|16 May, 2022
|As the controversial Nationality and Borders Bill works its way through parliament in the UK, we investigate Clause 9 which focuses on citizenship deprivation and the rights of the Home Secretary to take somebody's citizenship away.
|Abhishek Saha, Rob McNeil, Jacqui Broadhead, Zoe Gardner
|8 April, 2022
|We discuss the war on Ukraine and the almost unprecedented speed and size of the movement of people fleeing the country. We discuss the displacement taking place, how refugees are being received in Europe, and the impact this will have on post-EU Britain.
|Roxana Barbulescu, Emma Rimpiläinen, Volodymyr Artiukh, Rob McNeil, Jacqueline Broadhead
|23 March, 2022