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A tribute to our colleague and friend, Professor John Oucho

17 August 2017

Tribute to Prof John Oucho, partner of Migrating out of Poverty, and director of the African Migration & Development Policy Centre in Nairobi, Kenya

Storify - Global Forum on Migration and Development - Berlin - June 2017

17 July 2017

Migrating out of Poverty represented at the Global Forum on Migration and Development by Ansar Anas, Kuda Vanyoro, and Kellynn Wee.

Semantics in migration policy making and why they (should) matter

13 July 2017

Reflections on the recent GFMD. A new blog from Kuda Vanyoro, the Migrating out of Poverty communications officer at ACMS, Wits University.

Do Indonesian women want to be ‘rescued’ from ‘trafficking’?

12 July 2017

A new blog our from our partners at the Asia Research Institute in Singapore

Migrating out of Poverty newsletter - Summer 2017 - out now!

1 July 2017

Read Migrating out of Poverty's latest newsletter - Summer 2017

Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy conference - Report out now!

1 July 2017

Check out our recent publication of the full proceedings on what happened at our international conference in London this past March.

Cambodia Comic Exhibition in the DHABA cafe - for the next 6 weeks

2 February 2017

Precarious Migration: Voices of Undocumented Cambodian Migrants

Sharing the results of our Cambodia research project - our comic NOW in a Thai language version

12 January 2017

Our recently published comic on Precarious Migration of Undocumented Cambodian Migrants now available in Thai language version

Sharing the results of our Cambodia research project - our comic NOW in a Khmer language version

3 January 2017

Our recently published comic on Precarious Migration of Undocumented Cambodian Migrants now available in Khmer language version

What could go wrong at this year's GFMD? Open Democracy publishes our blog...

8 December 2016

What could go wrong at this year's GFMD? Ask two of our communications officers, and they'll tell you...

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