The Society’s Field Research Programme, Migrants on the margins, is a five year project involving researchers from UK universities and international research partners. It focuses on the vulnerability and opportunities of migrants in some of the world’s most pressured cities, including Colombo (Sri Lanka), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Harare (Zimbabwe) and Hargeisa (Somaliland).
The Migrants on the margins final report outlines the results and outcomes of this five year research project.
What is the 'Migrants on the margins' project?
Meet the project team behind 'Migrants on the margins', coordinated by Professor Michael Collyer from the University of Sussex.
Find out more about the research methods and techniques used in the project.
'Migrants on the margins' is taking a comparative approach in four of the world’s most pressured cities. Find out more about the cities of focus.
The latest updates and news from the project.
In addition to support from the Society, the project has received funding from numerous sources.
Why do people move? Our educational video resources explore case studies based on the Society's Field Research Programme.
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