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Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) Director, at the University of Birmingham, selected for prestigious Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Programme

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Professor Phillimore to visit the University of Melbourne as a Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow
Date:
16/08/2019

Self Care: A Part of Ethical Research Practice

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By Jeanine Hourani, Research Associate at Centre for Health Equality, Gender and Women's Health Unit, University of Melbourne.
Date:
14/08/2019

The SEREDA Project: A reflection on time and stories

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Professor Jenny Phillimore, Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity and Project Lead, writes fifteen months into the SEREDA project.
Date:
05/08/2019

New Special Issue of Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies published

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Special Issue: Rethinking integration. New perspectives on adaptation and settlement in the era of super-diversity is available from the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (jems).
Date:
01/08/2019

Lack of trust in UK government's 'settled status' scheme pushes EU citizens to apply for naturalisation

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Research conducted from the Eurochildren study, led by Dr Nando Sigona, released three new reports today covering the legal, statistical and soiciological aspects of the impact of Brexit on EU families.
Date:
05/06/2019

IRiS Director provides expertise for the new UK Home Office Indicators of Integration Framework

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Professor Jenny Phillimore helps develop UK Home Office Indicators of Integration Framework and its supporting documents, including an interactive toolkit and a guide to 'what works in integrating refugees.'
Date:
03/06/2019

International Symposium announced for 'Old and new diversifications in Japan and the UK'

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The Institute for Research into Superdiversity, in partnership with the Institute of Asian Migrations (IAM), Waseda University, have been awarded funding from the Japan Foundation to hold an international symposium.
Date:
11/04/2019

Home-Land: Romanian Roma, Domestic Spaces and the State

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In her acclaimed new book, Dr Rachel Humphris seeks to open up new questions for academic and political debates about citizenship, migration and belonging.
Date:
01/04/2019
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