Eight EuMIGS double degree students presented their master thesis at the IMISCOE Annual Conference in Oslo, the largest hub for migration research in Europe.
Two panels at the conference were dedicated exclusively to the EuMIGS master theses. In an environment where many established researchers come together to share their work, the critical perspectives of these young migration scholars highlighted current and future challenges related to migration and the role that research can play in addressing them.
The EuMIGS students who presented their theses are currently finishing their EuMIGS double degree journey, which has taken them to study at two different European universities over the last two years and during the duration of their master programme.
Congratulations to Agnes, Beatriz, Gesa, Kaya, Lea, Marielena, Silja and Tobias! Hopefully, some of you will pursue your promissing research further, or otherwise continue to contribute to public debates linked to migration, equality and social justice.