About

Welcome to Leeds Migration Research Network (LMRN), an interdisciplinary research network of academics and practitioners in the area of migration research based out of the University of Leeds. The network was founded in 2015. The group aims and objectives are:

-To develop a community of researchers with an interest in migration, bringing together University researchers with government, practitioner, business and civil society groups.

-To develop research around migration with an agenda focused on social change and social inclusion.

-To provide a contact point and source of expertise for policy makers, practitioners, migrant support groups and community organisations with an interest in migration-related issues.

-To develop collaboration between university migration researchers and external organisations.

-To promote migration research through the development of working papers, policy briefings, data summaries, case studies and other means.

 

LEEDS MIGRATION RESEARCH NETWORK ANNUAL LECTURE

1st Annual Lecture: Bridget Anderson (University of Bristol)

2nd Annual Lecture: Brenda Yeoh (National University of Singapore)

 

LMRN Launch Flyer

 

RESOURCES

THE FUTURE OF MIGRATION after BREXIT

http://migrationobservatory.ox.ac.uk/commentary/what-would-uk-immigration-policy-look-after-brexit

AND implications FOR MIGRANTS’ RIGHTS

http://www.migrantsrights.org.uk/blog/2016/06/referendum-vote-what-will-happen-rights-migrants