​​​​​​​The Migration research group addresses central theoretical aspects of migration and transnationalism, and the ways in which these phenomena are connected with peace and conflict. We seek to understand migration processes, the transnational ties created after migration, and their consequences for individuals and societies.

Survey Methods in Migration Research: Design, Implementation, and Analysis

​PhD-Level Course now open for applications.

In Search of the Radicalized Mainstream: Mobilizing, Normalizing and Normativizing Far-Right Ideologies from the Centre

​Call for Papers for an international symposium & workshop, 9-10 November 2023. PRIO is co-hosting this event.

HumBORDER project wrap-up: Humanitarian borders from 2015 to 2022

The HumBORDER project held its closing seminar on 1-2 December 2022 at PRIO. Looking back at the humanitarian borders of Europe from 2015-2022 the first part of the seminar assessed different manifestations and dynamics of these borders. 

Case Study Briefs and other MIGNEX publications

​Following the completion of data collection in 26 research areas, across 10 countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, the MIGNEX project has published one Case Study Brief for each of the research areas.

FUMI Survey Data Collection Completed in The Gambia

​Since the end of August, a thousand young adults in Serekunda, The Gambia, have been interviewed about their lives and dreams.

Successful PhD Defence by Rojan Tordhol Ezzati

​Rojan Tordhol Ezzati defended her PhD successfully on 10 October 2022 at the University of Oslo. The title of her thesis is: Debating diversity, affirming unity: Contestations over we-hood in post-terror Norway.

Congratulations from all at PRIO!

Lise Endregard Hemat Successfully Defends Master's Thesis

Lise Endegard Hemat has succesfully defended her thesis ‘Just’ Research: A Case Study of EU-funded Research with Experimental Artificial Intelligence Technology for Border Control at the University of Oslo. 

Next Steps toward New Insights on Migration, Development and Policy from MIGNEX

​Successful MIGNEX consortium meeting in Istanbul, with inspiring discussion as the project members continue to build new knowledge on migration, development and policy.

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